April 2009
Journal of Pure Power;Apr2009, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p26
The article presents a study which compared different off-season resistance training programs administered to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III college football players in the U.S. This study was conducted during a 15-week spring semester off-season weight training program. It is noted that the non-periodized group of players utilized the same training intensity throughout the duration of the program. The study showed that the type of periodization does not matter.


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