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- 18.3m shuttle and 3-cone drill
- 102.1kg (225lb) bench press for repetitions
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Moreover, there doesn’t appear to be any point in doing more than one jump test, as the score in one can be used to predict the other.
Finally, there doesn’t appear to be any point in doing more than one change-of-direction test, because the score in the one can predict the other.
However, there was no strong correlation between the change-of-direction tests and the sprint and jump tests. So sprint ability and jumping ability cannot be used to predict change-of-direction ability.
Interestingly, horizontal jump score was better correlated with sprint speed than vertical jump score, which is in conflict with previous research. The horizontal jump was also better correlated with change-of-direction ability than the vertical jump. Robbins suggests that this may be because similar motor skills are involved in horizontal jumping and sprinting and that vertical jumping involves other motor skills.
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Robbins suggests switching one of the sprint tests for a flying start so that it measures top speed rather than acceleration, as all three do at present.
Robbins also notes that irrespective of the NFL combine, the horizontal jump may be a better test for coaches to assess explosive power for sprinting than the vertical jump.
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