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Percept Mot Skills. 2010 Jun;110(3 Pt 2):1015-28.

Anthropometric, flexibility, strength-power, and sport-specific correlates in elite fencing.
Tsolakis C, Kostaki E, Vagenas G.
Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, University of Athens. Greece. tsolakis@phed.uoa.gr
Abstract
This study investigated selected structural correlates of fencing performance. 33 elite fencers were tested on (a) selected anthropometric, flexibility, and strength-power related parameters, and (b) specific lower extremity functional fencing tests. Multiple regression showed that drop jump and thigh cross-sectional area were best predictors of lunge time and distance of squat jump on the shuttle test. When the two performance variables were expressed per Lean Body Mass, lunge time was significantly predicted only by the performance on the arm-driven counter-movement jump, while time on the shuttle test was best predicted by three noncollinear significant predictors: squat jump performance, thigh circumference, and percent body fat. Lunge time and time on the shuttle test were predicted by explosive power, while none of the nontrainable anthropometric measures or years of training seemed to be important in performance of fencing-related skills.

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