The effect of initial strength levels on the training response to heavy resistance training and ballistic training on upper body pressing strength
Australian Strength and Conditioning Association
Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science
School of Exercise and Health Sciences/Centre for Exercise and Sports Science Research
The paper discusses a study which examines the effects of initial strength levels on the training response to two different training methodologies such as the heavy resistance training and the ballistic training on upper body pressing strength. It highlights the application of strength training and ballistic training to improve the maximal strength of an athlete. An overview of the study is presented.