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The Effects of Aquatic Plyometric Training on Lower Limb Power and Agility of University Rugby and Soccer Athletes S Roopchand-Martin1, B Gayle1, D Evelyn2, S Creary-Yan1

This study examined the effects of a six week aquatic plyometric training program on speed, agility and anaerobic power on soccer and rugby athletes at The University of the West Indies. Outcome measures utilized included the Illinois Agility, Vertical Jump and Running Anaerobic Sprint Tests.



Objective: To determine the effects of aquatic plyometric training on lower limb power and agility of rugby and soccer players at The University of the West Indies.

07 Aug, 2018
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e-Published: 08 Mar, 2019


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