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At present, a compelling body of scientific evidence supports participation in appropriately designed youth resistance training programmes that are supervised and instructed by qualified professionals.
Tactical strength and conditioning is the application of strength and conditioning principles in a tactical (e.g. military, law enforcement, etc.) training environment.
Force-velocity profiling is a simple and inexpensive way to assess an athlete’s force and velocity production capabilities during ballistic tasks such as jumping and sprinting.
The force-vector theory allows coaches to identify training exercises (e.g. back squat) which may have greater specificity to the competition movements (e.g. sprinting).
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BASIC MOVEMENT PATTERNS
DYNAMIC STRENGTH INDEX
POST-ACTIVATION POTENTIATION (PAP)
RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT (RFD)
REACTIVE STRENGTH INDEX
TACTICAL STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
VELOCITY BASED TRAINING
YOUTH STRENGTH TRAINING
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