Porovnání vertikálního výsoku z místa a z rozběhu u elitních basketbalistů

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Title translated into German:Vergleich des Vertikalsprungs aus dem Stand und mit Anlauf bei Elitebasketballspielern
Title translated into English:Comparison of vertical jump of elite basketball players performed from the static position and two-step run up approach
Author:Hank, Mikuláš; Zahálka, František; Malý, Tomáš
Published in:Česká kinantropologie
Published:16 (2012), 3, S. 101-109, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
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Identification number:PU201304002431

Author's abstract

The aim of this study was to compare the performance of vertical jump from the
standing static position and step run up jump of the elite basketball players. Observated was group of elite basketball players (n = 26, age 25 ± 3.9 years, height 195 ± 9.3 cm, weight 91.8 kg ± 13.3 kg). Vertical jumps were performed by players from the static position (countermovement jump, CMJ) and dynamic two-step approach (step run up, SRU). Motion analysis was performed using players kinematic video analysis, jump height was measured by optometric system OptoJump Next (MicroGate, Italy). Absolute vertical jump height was calculated from the flight time. Jump from a static position reached CMJ 47.81 ± 4.85 cm, and jump-SRU with 53.26 ± 5.87 cm. The difference between the average values achieved leaps was 5.7 cm, which represents 12%. Measurements showed the assumption, that the height of the SRU jump is higher for all players than the CMJ (from static position), but the results of the difference of the average height of 5.72 ± 3.13 cm indicating high inter-individual differences between players. Verf.-Referat