Effect of running load on jerk performance

PhD A.S. Zukhov1
S.P. Strelnikov2
1Siberian State Automobile and Highway University, Omsk
2University College of Agribusiness, Omsk State Agrarian University n.a. P.A. Stolypin, Omsk

Keywords: kettlebell lifting, push of weights, reaction force of support.

Performing a running load reduces the vertical component of the reaction force of the support F (CP) when lifting weights. This decrease is greater the higher the amount of fatigue caused by the load.

References

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  2. Falatic, J.A. Effects of kettlebell training on aerobic capacity / Falatic, J.A. [et al.] //Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. – 2015. – Vol. 29. – Issue 7. – P. 1943– 1947.

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