EFFECT OF WARMING-UP UPON PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE

to their effects on the time required for seven athletes in a 440-yd

Peter V. Karpovich

2011

Scholarcy highlights

  • to their effects on the time required for seven athletes in a 440-yd
  • The means were obtained from 20 runs after five minutes
  • The differences found among these three methods
  • without warming-up exercise was compared with their performance after superficial massage
  • The warming-up exercise consisted of 60 pedal revolutions per minute
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