Change-of-direction speed and aerobic fitness could influence academy graduation in law enforcement recruit

Robert G. Lockie, Katherine Balfany, Ashley M. Bloodgood, Michael Stierli, Joe Dulla, Jay Dawes, Rob Marc Orr

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Abstract

Law enforcement recruits who separate from academy due to personal reasons, training failure or injuries, or academic failures, tend to demonstrate slower change-of-direction speed measured by the 75-yard pursuit run and poorer aerobic fitness measured by the multistage fitness test.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Nov 2018
EventAustralian Strength Conditioning Association International Conference - ANZ Standium, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 9 Nov 201811 Nov 2018

Conference

ConferenceAustralian Strength Conditioning Association International Conference
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period9/11/1811/11/18

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    Lockie, R. G., Balfany, K., Bloodgood, A. M., Stierli, M., Dulla, J., Dawes, J., & Orr, R. M. (2018). Change-of-direction speed and aerobic fitness could influence academy graduation in law enforcement recruit. Poster session presented at Australian Strength Conditioning Association International Conference, Sydney, Australia.