alexa Effect of Supramaximal Spinning on Running Performance of Male Collegiate Soccer Players

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Effect of Supramaximal Spinning on Running Performance of Male Collegiate Soccer Players

Change of direction, first-step-quickness, acceleration, and sprinting are general components of athletes’ performances in many sports. Sport specific training of those abilities is necessary to ensure competency and success of players. However, nonspecific training forms such as resistance training and cycling are also used in the training process with different purposes. As a result, the purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of a non-specific training form (supramaximal Spinning®) on (soccerspecific) running performance in Division I collegiate male soccer players. Performance variables were determined via a 23.65-meter sprint and a change of direction test. The fifteen soccer players of the team were randomly selected into a training (N=8) or a control group (N=7).

Effect of Supramaximal Spinning on Running Performance of Male Collegiate Soccer Players
 
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