July 11, 2020
Dalton Deprez, BSc. Kinesiology (Hons), MPT Student
College of Kinesiology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
This article relates to Dalton’s honours thesis, where he studied the effects of a cluster set configuration on measures of power in sprint athletes under the supervision of Dr. Phil Chilibeck. Dalton will continue his education in the Fall of 2020 at the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan, beginning his Masters of Physical Therapy.
What the researchers found
Reference: Tufano, J. J., Omcirk, D., Malecek, J., Pisz, A., Halaj, M., & Scott, B. R. (2020).
Traditional sets versus rest-redistribution: a laboratory-controlled study of a specific cluster set configuration at fast and slow velocities.Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 45(4), 421-430.