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Postactivation Potentiation: How does it work?

by Yann Le Meur, PhD
Other May 2017

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Learn about how a potentiating stimulus can induce a postactivation potentiation (PAP) response in vertical jump, sprint, and upper-body performance, as well as the optimal structure of a strength-power potentiating complex.

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Yann Le Meur is a French sport scientist with research interests in performance analysis, training methodology, prevention of overreaching, and recove ...

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