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04-07-2004, 05:28 AM
Dear collegues:
I am making my M.Sc.tesis. It is related to cinematic and
dynamic quantification of leg plyometry.
My problem is that in both cases the optim drop height shows
quantities significately different.
So, I will be so glad if you send me any information related to
methods about these topics for me to be able to get a
unique criteria, and then to make the two methods be eqivalent.
Let me tell I use a strenght plataform to quantify the cinematic
and dynamic variables. These variables are Space, Velocity,
Strength and Power, all of them vs Time.
According to the bibliography I have got, the two methods are
not coincidents in the quantification.
I will be waiting for your answer

Lic. Gustavo Daniel Represas Lobeto
MSc. (Candidato)
Asesoramiento profesional en deportología y
Entrenamiento de Alto rendimiento.
Ce.N.A.R.D. (Centro Nacional de Alto Rendimiento Deportivo)
Crisólogo Larralde 1050,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
gusrep@yahoo.com ó gustavorepresas@yahoo.com.ar
tel (54) 4704 1919
Movil (54) 11 15 5456 6028

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