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Ronald D. Williams Jr ; Jeremy Thomas Barnes ;Journal of Human Sport and Exercise 2014, 9 3

Author: Jason Daniel Wagganer

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Journal of Human Sport and Exercise E-ISSN: 1988-5202 jhse@ua.es Universidad de Alicante España Wagganer, Jason Daniel; Williams (Jr), Ronald D.; Barnes, Jeremy Thomas The effects of a four week primary and secondary speed training protocol on 40 yard sprint times in female college soccer players Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, vol.
9, núm.
3, julio-septiembre, 2014, pp.
713-726 Universidad de Alicante Alicante, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=301037984004 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Original Article The effects of a four week primary and secondary speed training protocol on 40 yard sprint times in female college soccer players JASON DANIEL WAGGANER 1 , RONALD D.
WILLIAMS (JR) 2, JEREMY THOMAS BARNES 1 1 Southeast Missouri State University, United States 2 Texas State University, United States ABSTRACT Wagganer, J.D., Williams, R.D.
& Barnes, J.T.
(2014).
The effects of a four week primary and secondary speed training protocol on 40 yard sprint times in female college soccer players.
J.
Hum.
Sport Exerc., 9(3), pp.713-726.
Improvements in running speed have been attributed to both primary and secondary speed training techniques.
Primary techniques involve attention to running mechanics and form, and secondary techniques involve resisted or assisted sprinting.
The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of combining both primary and secondary speed training techniques on 40 yard sprint speed in young soccer players.
To compare the effects of pre- and post- four week speed training protocol on 40-yard sprint times in female collegiate soccer players.
Twelve (19.5 1.5y) normal weight (BMI: 22.7 3.4 kg·m-2) and body composition (BF: 27.75 3.8%) active white female c...





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