Date of Award
Cathy J Roy, PhD, Associate Professor of Exercise Science
Blain Harrison, PhD, CSCS, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
Mr. John Hark, Director of Strength and Conditioning
The purpose of this study is twofold: 1) to determine the effect of land-based plyometric training on selected acute swim performance measures; and 2) to determine the effect of timing on acute swim performance measures when incorporating plyometric training into a single training session. The guiding hypothesis for this project is that the land-based plyometric training will have a positive impact on acute swim performance, in particular when the plyometrics are performed pre-training session (compared to mid-training session).
Beard, Joshua R., "The effects of land-based plyometric training and timing of plyometrics fusion on selected acute swim performance measures" (2014). Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers. 1.