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Strength & Conditioning Journal:
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0b013e3181a62960
COLUMNS: Bridging the Gap

The Application of Postactivation Potentiation to the Track and Field Thrower

Judge, Lawrence W PhD, CSCS

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Abstract

THE USAGE OF POSTACTIVATION POTENTIATION (PAP) TO IMPROVE STRENGTH HAS RECENTLY GENERATED INTEREST WITHIN THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COMMUNITY. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT THE ABILITY TO DEVELOP FORCE CAN BE IMPROVED FOR A SHORT PERIOD AFTER REPEATED MAXIMAL STRENGTH EXERCISE. THIS COLUMN WILL EXAMINE THE APPLICABILITY OF PAP AS PART OF A PREACTIVITY WARM-UP FOR A TRACK AND FIELD THROWER.

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