Student Research

Level of Sports Arousal Needed to be an Effective Hitter

June 29, 2010 / By: Samantha Rudesill

Results suggest that it is effective as a hitter to have a low sports arousal. A slow deep respiration rate before hitting will contribute to achieving low sports arousal level.

Influence of shoulder range of motion on 50-yard freestyle times of division III female collegiate s

June 29, 2010 / By: Kristina Henshue

It has been proven that swimmers traditionally have greater glenohumeral joint laxity compared to a normalized group.

A Biomechanical Analysis of the Lacrosse Shot: Long-stick Vs. Short-stick

June 29, 2010 / By: Eric Tiffany

Data suggests that there is a significant difference between the shot speeds generated by the short stick vs. the long stick.

The Relationship between Abdominal Strength and the Speed of a Cross Jab.

June 29, 2010 / By: Heather DeVinny

Is there a relationship between the speed of a cross jab and the strength of the rectus abdominis or the external oblique's?

Leg joint flexibility and velocity of kicked soccer ball in college age males.

June 29, 2010 / By: Meghan Grathen

The use of stretching prior to athletic performance to reduce injury and enhance athletic performance has been controversial.