F2009_Lect2 - Lab 1 Wrap Up Results Calculate power (in...

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Unformatted text preview: Lab 1 Wrap Up Results Calculate power (in Watts) for VJ test, treadmill anaerobic test, and Want. Create a bar graph displaying gender differences in power output for the vertical jump. Create a scatter-plot of VJxWAnT, VJxWAnT, and TMxWAnT. Show trend line and correlation (r-value). Be sure to correctly label all parts of your graph (include units) Include text in your results section where you describe each of your graphs without interpreting them. Interpreting comes in your discussion. Make your graphs large enough so they are easy to read (no more than 2 per page, ideally put each graph on a separate page). Discussion Describe the role of each of the three energy systems in fueling the movement during the VJ, treadmill anaerobic test, and WAnT. Cite sources for this information. According to your correlations, does each test equally predict power? Explain why you believe this based on statistics (r- values) and physiology (cite your sources). WAnT, VJ, Treadmill Discussion How should an outside hitter/blocker (v-ball) train to improve his/her power? Provide a brief physiological explanation. Cite your source....
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course KIN 352 taught by Professor Pence during the Spring '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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