The effects of functional isometric and dynamic training programs on dynamic and static strength Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of this study was to compare two progressive weight training programs-- functional isometric and dynamic-- to determine their effects on dynamic and static strength. Sixteen health male college subjects were randomly divided into two training groups. Group A utilized the progressive dynamic weigh training program, and group B used the progressive functional isometric weight training program. Both groups trained two times per week for eight weeks on the squat and bench press exercises. Two dynamic and two static strength tests were administered at the beginning, middle, and end of the experimental training period. The test data were statistically treated using a paired t test and groups by trial analysis of variance. The .05 level of significance was chosen for accepting or rejecting the null hypotheses. The results of this study indicate that both progressive dynamic weight training and progressive functional isometric weight training for eight weeks increased dynamic and static strength. Neither training program increased strength at a greater rate than the other program.
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