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...every race depends on how fast the swimmer reacts. For analysis, we can break the start into two phases: reaction time and block time (the analysis will be almost identical...

...Reference Tønnessen E, Haugen T, Shalfawi SA. Reaction Time Aspects of Elite Sprinters In Athletics World Championships. J Strength Cond Res. 2012 Jun 26. [Epub ahead of print]...

...most reaction time studies which solely measure the time to move one body part (hand to target). The researcher's were not interested in the comparison between these two variables, but...

...Take Home Message: How to estimate the 8th qualifying time to go through from the semis to the final and set target times for the finalists at the men’s...

...Take Home Points: The aim of this post is to analyze the reaction time and the anaerobic alactic power over the Men´s 50m Freestyle final at the Doha 2014...

...dog to start, have the corn whiskey ready, you're in for a long day). Starting ability is tough to quantify. Many feel reaction time is an adequate measure of starting...

...race strategy provides insight into where the race was won. Start Florent Manaudou had a faster reaction time by 0.05 seconds. Now, this reaction time isn't too important as no...

...of time, due to “overcompensation”; however, this is not the case, since the pathway of central adaptation is more rapid than that of the peripheral, due to capillary density and...

...degree looking at the relationship between time-trial performance and competition performance in swimming using a number of different competition analysis methods. 2. You recently published an article comparing time trial...

...difference in reaction time between elite and trained swimmers (Vantorre 2010). Novice and trained swimmers typically generally start stroking too early and are inefficient in terms of performance and energy...

   
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