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The aim of this study was to examine the effects of an 8-week in-season plyometric training (PT) program on the physical performance and neuromuscular adaptations of female basketball players. Twenty-seven elite female basketball players (aged 21.0 2.6 years) were assigned between an experimental group (n = 15) who substituted a part of their usual training with biweekly PT, and a control group (n = 12) who maintained their standard basketball training. Analyses of variance and co-variance assessed changes in 10, 20, and 30 m sprint times, ability to change direction (T-test) and jumping ability [squat jump (SJ) and countermovement jump (CMJ)] with electromyographic assessment of the vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, and rectus femoris muscles during jumping and meassurement of the isokinetic strength of the knee muscles. After 8 weeks of the plyometric program the experimental group enhanced change of direction performance (Δ = -3.90%, d = 0.67) and showed a greater thigh cross sectional area (Δ = 9.89%, d = 0.95) relative to controls. Neural adaptations included significant improvements of EMG parameters for the vastus medialis muscle during Squat Jumping (Δ = 109.3%, d = 0.59). However, trends to improvements of sprinting times and jumping performances did not reach statistical significance. In addition, there were no gains in the peak torque and the average power of the quadriceps and hamstring muscles at either slow or moderate test speeds. We conclude that 8-weeks of PT (72-126 jumps) was insufficient to improve many of the variables associated with basketball performance in our subject-group. Further studies of female basketball players, extending the program period and increasing the intensity and speed of jumps are recommended in the search for more significant results.
The Sanford Pentagon hosts a variety of programs, special events, concerts, and competitions. From national tournaments such as the Crossover Classic to basketball and volleyball academy programs, the Pentagon is the cornerstone of the Sanford Sports Complex.
Ron Howard is originally from Moreno Valley CA and played his entire College Career at Mayville State University in North Dakota. After college, he played in the NBA developmental league with the Bakersfield Jam, Utah Flash and in China. Ron then launched his nine year European Basketball Career as a top point guard in Romania, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Germany. After retiring from pro basketball, Ron has become one of the top trainers in the U.S and Germany. Ron currently serves as the Head Coach for MWHS Girls program
The Georgia Tech women's basketball program committed practice and coaching limit violations, according to a decision released by a Division I Committee on Infractions hearing panel. Additionally, the former women's basketball head coach violated head coach responsibility rules and a former women's basketball assistant coach failed to meet his obligation to participate in an investigation.
The panel concluded that over the course of three academic years, the women's basketball program routinely required student-athletes to participate in countable athletically related activities that exceeded daily and weekly limits. Further, the women's basketball staff did not provide student-athletes with required days off.
The reports to compliance also reflected that each student-athlete practiced an identical amount of time. However, multiple student-athletes reported that additional practice time was required for some players. For example, one player was required to attend additional morning workouts multiple times per week as a punishment for being late, but those workouts were not counted in the reports provided to compliance. Women's basketball student-athletes reported that they approved practice logs before they were sent to compliance, even though they knew the logs were incorrect, because they feared the head coach would retaliate if they did not.
According to the decision, the former head coach also allowed graduate assistants to provide skills instruction to student-athletes during extra workout sessions, regular practices and occasional competitions. This resulted in the program exceeding the maximum number of allowable countable coaches. Though the former head coach denied instructing the graduate managers to engage in coaching activities, she acknowledged she was aware that they provided skills instruction.
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