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“…However, after body mass and height inclusion to the model, a small correlation coeicient increase was evidenced, demonstrating that skeletal age is able to explain the greater variance in upper and lower limbs explosive strength, with lower variance shared for vertical jump. Previous studies of our group 10,25 showed similar relation between lower limbs explosive strength and biological development has presented lower coeicients when compared to upper limbs explosive strength. Till et al 5 did not verify interaction efect for maturational group x time efect for vertical jump when they compared annually young rugby players performance in respective categories (under 13, under 14 and under 15) according to maturational stage.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 59%
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“…However, after body mass and height inclusion to the model, a small correlation coeicient increase was evidenced, demonstrating that skeletal age is able to explain the greater variance in upper and lower limbs explosive strength, with lower variance shared for vertical jump. Previous studies of our group 10,25 showed similar relation between lower limbs explosive strength and biological development has presented lower coeicients when compared to upper limbs explosive strength. Till et al 5 did not verify interaction efect for maturational group x time efect for vertical jump when they compared annually young rugby players performance in respective categories (under 13, under 14 and under 15) according to maturational stage.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 59%
“…Previous studies have reported similar data indicating a linear increase in explosive strength for young people with accelerated> normal> delayed maturational stage 5,7 . During adolescence, physical performance is correlated with biological development 1,6,10,11 . In this way, our indings predict that during biological development, there is an increase in upper and lower limbs explosive strength.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Several studies have investigated the correlations between anthropometric variables and physical fitness and specific skill tests in various sports, such as handball [1], basketball [11], volleyball [6], and soccer [31]. Also in this context, Koley et al [16], Singh et al [32] and Keogh et al [15], with the goal of quantifying the performance of hockey athletes, evaluated the anthropometric variables, such as body height, body weight, and body mass index (BMI), and their association with specific tests and physical fitness parameters.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%