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The purpose of this study was to compare three methods of plyometric training on muscles power among female students. Thirty three participants (age, 16.8 ± 3.7 yrs; weight, 56.26 ± 6.9; height, 155.96 ± 7.2) selected for this study. The subjects were randomize in three groups included over handle jump (N=11), drop jump (N=11) and high jump groups (N=11). All of the groups performed plyometric training in separate protocols for 18 sessions, 3 times per week and at least 30 minutes activity after warm up. The subjects measured in two sessions before and after training sessions. The result of the study revealed that a significantly improvement in pretest and posttest in three methods of groups. The finding of the study provided evidence that no significant difference between three methods of plyometric (OJ, DJ and HJ groups) on muscles power is detected. Therefore, the plyometric training can use to improvement in muscles power in female students.
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Author(s): Fatemeh Hossini Masoud Jourablou Rozita Rezaei Monire Masuodinezhad
Plyometric Training, Muscles Power, Female Students, Plyometric Training, Muscles Power, Female Students