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The role of the lower leg in determining vertical jump height by Bryan K. McCoy.
McCoy, Bryan K.
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Effects of training utilizing two isotonic weight resisted exercises on modified vertical jump performance by Les B. Troczynski.
by: Troczynski, Les B.
A correlation of power tests vertical jump, Margaria power test, and Cybex leg power test / by Elaine M. Olson.
by: Olson, Elaine M.
Optimal drop height prediction from lower body strength for plyometric jump training by Melissa Moody.
by: Moody, Melissa.
The effects of weight training and plyometric training on vertical jump, standing long jump and forty-meter sprint by James A. Gemar.
by: Gemar, James A.
Evaluation of stretch load capacity and utilization of stored elastic energy in leg extensor muscles during vertical jumps by Qin He.
by: He, Qin, 1957-
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