Resisted sprint training revealed positive and negative effects on
sprint performance across multiple loading conditions [1, 2].
This variation to performance may be due to that some of the
heavier players may not be as strong as some of the lighter
players and vice versa .
Further, it is unclear whether heavy loading negatively impacts
sprint kinematics for stronger athletes in the same manner as for
Aims: Examining the relationships between:
• change in kinematics and back squat and hip thrust strength
• strength and sprint performance,
• strength and vertical jump performance,
• sprint performance and vertical jump performance.