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INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT RELATIVE INTENSITIES ON POWER OUTPUT DURING THE HANG POWER CLEAN: IDENTIFICATION OF THE OPTIMAL LOAD.

KAWAMORI, NAOKI; CRUM, AARON J.; BLUMERT, PETER A.; KULIK, JUSTIN R.; CHILDERS, JAMES T.; WOOD, JULIE A.; STONE, MICHAEL H.; HAFF, G. GREGORY

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Abstract

The influence of different relative intensities on power output was investigated in the present study in order to identify the optimal load that maximizes power output during the hang power clean. Fifteen men (age: 22.1 +/- 2.0 years, height: 180.1 +/- 6.3 cm, and body mass: 89.4 +/- 14.7 kg) performed the hang power cleans on a forceplate at 30-90% of one repetition maximum (1RM). Peak power was maximized at 70% 1RM, which was, however, not significantly different from peak power at 50, 60, 80, and 90% 1RM. Average power also was maximized at 70% 1RM, which was not significantly different from average power at 40, 50, 60, 80, and 90% 1RM. It was concluded that (a) the relative intensity had a significant influence on power output, and (b) power output can be maximized at a submaximal load during the hang power clean.

(C) 2005 National Strength and Conditioning Association

 

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