Examination of Lower and Upper Limb Reaction Characteristics of Elite Racquet Athletes after Strength Training
Muzaffer DOĞGÜN

In this study, the reaction characteristics of elite racquet athletes in the lower and upper limb strength and strength parameters were examined and interpreted. 8 Men, 8 women, 4 Athletes from each branch (tennis, table tennis and badminton) participated in the study. Lower and upper ectremite wingate measurements were made and tested by each volunteer participating in the study. Isokinetic measurements were performed in such a way that the dominant leg and arm were. Statistical analysis of the data was carried out in the SPSS 22 package program. T test in binary variables, Tukey analysis with LSD was performed from post hoc tests to determine which groups the differences were caused by a one-way analysis of variance (Anova) in comparisons made with branches.Pearson correlation matrix was used in intergroup decoupling. Statistically, the significance level was taken as 0.05. In our study, it was determined that there is a relationship between Force parameters and wingate levels, but this relationship is stronger in the lower extremity than in the upper extremity Dec. Both Isokinetic arm strength and arm wingate levels were found to be significantly higher in the branches where the upper limb was dominant (p<0.05), but this difference in the upper limb was not observed in the lower limb. It is believed that the lower extremities are actually active in branches where the upper extremity is dominant (tennis and table tennis), but the same activity does not apply to the upper extremities in branches where the lower extremity is dominant (badminton).

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