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Ablakov test

Ablakov test  

A power test in which an athlete jumps as high as possible from a half-squat position. An automatic stop-tape, one-end attached to the athlete's waist and the other fixed to the floor, records the ...
action

action  

1 Any unit or sequence of social activity or behaviour. The term is sometimes restricted to social activities, which are intentional and involve conscious deliberation, rather than merely being the ...
energy

energy  

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Usable power, or the capacity to do work, measured by the capability to do work (potential energy) or the conversion of this capability into motion (kinetic energy).
generating capacity

generating capacity  

The capacity of a power plant to generate electricity, which is usually expressed in megawatts (MW).
hydropower

hydropower  

Electricity or power that is generated from the movement of water; a renewable source of energy that emits no greenhouse gases. Examples include water mills, hydroelectric power schemes, and tidal ...
influence system

influence system  

An approach to leadership in which influence or power between coach and athlete flows both ways. Coaches adopting such a system recognize the importance of interaction between themselves, the team, ...
motor fitness

motor fitness  

The neuromuscular components of fitness, which enable a person to perform successfully at a particular motor skill, game, or activity. Specific motor fitness components include agility, balance, ...
muscular power

muscular power  

The ability of a muscle or muscle group to exert a maximum amount of force in the shortest period of time. See also power, sargent jump.
nuclear energy

nuclear energy  

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All forms of energy released in the course of nuclear fission or nuclear transformation.
physical fitness

physical fitness  

The ability to function efficiently and effectively, to enjoy leisure, to be healthy, to resist disease, and to cope with emergency situations. Health-related components of physical fitness include ...
standing broad jump

standing broad jump  

Test of muscular power in which the subject toes a line and jumps forward with both feet simultaneously. The jump is measured from the take-off line to the nearest point touched by any part of the ...

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