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Title: Comparison of Functional Training, Weight Training, and Traditional Physical Education Activities Among High School Students


1
Comparison of Functional Training, Weight
Training, and Traditional Physical Education
Activities Among High School Students
  • Dale F. Blair, MS, ATC, CSCS
  • Allen Noble
  • Adam Noble
  • Andrew Behler
  • Wenatchee High School
  • Wenatchee, Washington

2
The Study
  • Three advanced high school sports medicine
    students undertook this research project.
  • Goal of study To compare the effects of
    functional training, weight training, and
    traditional physical education activities on
    freshman physical education students.

3
Methods
  • 43 freshman were randomly divided into three
    groups
  • Six males and six females participated in
    functional training
  • Nine males and eight females comprised the weight
    training group.
  • Seven males and seven females were in a
    traditional physical education program.

4
Methods
  • Pre-testing for upper body power (3 kg. medicine
    ball toss), agility (20 yard shuttle run, and
    speed (40 yd. dash)
  • Groups worked out three days a week for 40
    minutes (traditional physical education
    activities the other two days of the week).
  • Post-testing on same three measures followed an
    eight week program.

5
Functional Training
  • Definition A series of exercises that
    incorporate functional movements (multi-planar
    sagittal, frontal, transverse).

6
Functional Training Exercise Examples
  • Multi-plane plyometrics

7
Functional Training Exercises
  • Squats with punches

8
Functional Training Exercises
  • Multi-plane partner-ball tosses (frontal,
    sagittal, and transverse)

9
Functional Training Exercises
  • Plyometric pushups with medicine ball

10
Functional Training Exercises
  • Sit-ups with medicine ball toss

11
Functional Training Exercises
  • Lunges with medicine ball press

12
Traditional Weight Training
  • Squats
  • Hip sled
  • Quad extensions
  • Hamstring curls
  • Bench press
  • Upper body free weight exercises

13
Traditional Physical Education Activities
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer

14
Results--- (Percent improvement)
15
Discussion of Results
  • The 3 kg. overhead ball toss showed statistically
    significant improvement on one-way ANOVA (p.05).
  • Other tests did not show significant differences
    among the various workout programs.

16
Limitations of Study
  • High school freshmen
  • Physical and mental maturity
  • Lack of Interest
  • Exercise Technique
  • Absences
  • Injuries

17
Further Study Regarding Functional Training
  • Older athletes
  • Functional training in conjunction with weight
    lifting
  • Evaluate aerobic endurance, flexibility, vertical
    jump, long jump, subjective compliance, etc.

18
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