Effects of Different Half-Time Re-Warm Up on Vertical Jump During Simulated Basketball Game

Authors

  • Rėjus Pociūnas
  • Vytautas Pliauga
  • Inga Lukonaitienė
  • Dominykas Bartusevičius
  • Tomas Urbonavičius
  • Algirdas Stuknys
  • Jūratė Stanislovaitienė

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33607/bjshs.v2i109.195

Abstract

Background. This study investigated the acute effects of different half–time re–warm ups on vertical jump height during simulated basketball games. Methods. Ten college level males (age (mean ± standard deviation (SD)), 22.0 ± 5.0 years; weight, 86.0 ± 5.5 kg; height, 193 ± 1 cm.) were divided into two teams, who played three simulated basketball games with three different type half-time re-warm ups: aerobic; aerobic + post-activation potentiation exercises and aerobic + post-activation potentiation + stabilization exercises. Counter-movement jump was measured before and during the simulated basketball game at seven time points: before and after warm up, after the 1st, the 2nd quarters, after re-warm up and after the 3rd and the 4th quarters. Simulated basketball games were separated at least by 72 hours. Results. The non-signifcant decrease in Counter-movement jump height during simulated basketball games was observed after executing all three different types of half-time re-warm ups. However, Counter-movement jump signifcantly (p < .05) decreased during simulated basketball game only in aerobic type half-time re-warm up game. Conclusion. During simulated basketball game, the least decrease in Counter-movement jump height was observed after aerobic type re-warm up with post-activation potentiation exercises performed at half-time.

Keywords: basketball, half-time re-warm up, power, post activation potentiation.

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Published

2018-06-25

How to Cite

Pociūnas, R., Pliauga, V., Lukonaitienė, I., Bartusevičius, D., Urbonavičius, T., Stuknys, A., & Stanislovaitienė, J. (2018). Effects of Different Half-Time Re-Warm Up on Vertical Jump During Simulated Basketball Game. Baltic Journal of Sport and Health Sciences, 2(109). https://doi.org/10.33607/bjshs.v2i109.195

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Sports Coaching