FVP Course: Module 2 – Theory – Part 1 - Complementary Training

Force-Velocity Profiling and Training Optimization Course:

MODULE 2: Theory – Part 1

In the second module of the Force-Velocity Profiling and Training Optimization Course, I will walk you through the necessary theoretical background that is needed to understand the (1) squat jump model, (2) profiling, and (3) optimization ideas. This module contains three videos, each covering one of the three aforementioned topics.

Squat Jump Model

In this video, I will refresh your biomechanical knowledge and provide you with a very simple mechanical model of the squat jump. This video will introduce jargon and biomechanical concepts necessary to understand all later videos and this course in general.

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  1. Jovanović M. 2020. vjsim: Vertical jump simulator. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3740291.
  2. Samozino P. 2018a. A Simple Method for Measuring Lower Limb Force, Velocity and Power Capabilities During Jumping. In: Morin J-B, Samozino P eds. Biomechanics of Training and Testing. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 65–96. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05633-34.
  3. Samozino P, Morin J-B, Hintzy F, Belli A. 2008. A simple method for measuring force, velocity and power output during squat jump. Journal of Biomechanics 41:2940–2945. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2008.07.028.
  4. Samozino P, Morin J-B, Hintzy F, Belli A. 2010. Jumping ability: A theoretical integrative approach. Journal of Theoretical Biology 264:11–18. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.01.021.

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Module 1: Installation

Module 2: Theory

Module 3: Measurement

Module 4: Analysis