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Title A Comparison of Four Strength Maintenance Programs for the In-Season Football Program
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University/Publisher Texas Tech University
Subjects/Keywords Muscle strength; Football
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Record ID handle:2346/21999
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Date Indexed 2020-04-11

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…only one study that had been done in the area of strength maintenance of football players during the in-season program (22). Another study (21) was conducted in similar conditions except it was done during the spring training period…

…of a AAAA high school football team in Lubbock, Texas. Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study was to detemiine which one of four programs was most effective in the maintenance of strength during the in-season football program. The four…

…programs consisted of (1) a weight training program, in addition to football activity, performed twice weekly on Monday and Wednesday consisting of two sets, three repetitions maximum for each set, with a thirty second rest between sets, (2…

…x29; a weight training program, in addition to football activity. perfoimed twice weekly on Monday and Wednesday consisting of one set, one repetition maximum per set, (3) an Exer-Genie program, in addition to football activity, performed…

…twice weekly on Monday and Wednesday, consisting of one set of the Big Four exercise, and (4) a control group consisting of participants in football activity only. Definition of Terms Muscle Strength. The pulling force or tension that a muscle…

…study conducted was restricted to forty-six varsity and junior varsity football players at Snyder High School, Snyder, Texas. The ago range of the subjects was frc.n fiftsen to rAnsteen years of age. CHAPTER II Y(E^im OF REUTED LITERATURE Muscle…

…x28;45), in discussing the merits of an in-season training program, recommends such a program for all football players. Hettinger and Muller (28) were the first to study strength decline x r i t h cessation of training. T ^ > f h i l e…

…each training session. CHAPTER III PROCEDURES FOR COLLECTING DATA This study was conducted during the in-season football program of a class AAA high school. Four programs were employed to maintain the increased muscular strength of the forty-six…

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