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Date of Award

1975

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Department

Graduate Studies

First Advisor

J. Connor Sutton

First Committee Member

S. Thomas Stubbs

Second Committee Member

James P. Santomier, Jr.

Abstract

The purposes of this study were (1) to determine the possible effects of spring football practice on strength retention among the varsity football players at the University of the Pacific as measured by the four strength tests from Edwin A. Fleishman’s Basic Fitness Test Battery for Evaluation of Physical Fitness Factors; the one repetition maximum scores from five weight training exercises; and the maximum number of bar dips performed for one set: (2) to determine whether weight training during spring football practice is beneficial for strength retention for the duration of spring football practice: and (3) to determine the effectiveness of two weight training programs in the development of strength.

Pages

79

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