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Table 2 Median (interquartile range) in the traditional warm-up (TWU) and PAPE condition, effect size (r) and p-value (p) for 5, 10 and 36.6 m sprinting distance of the 40-yard dash calculated for all participants and without wide receivers.

From: Does one heavy load back squat set lead to postactivation performance enhancement of three-point explosion and sprint in third division American football players?

Sprinting section All participants (n = 18) Without wide receivers (n = 12)
TWU
Time (s)
PAPE
Time (s)
r p TWU
Time (s)
PAPE
Time (s)
r p
5 m 1.20
(0.16)
1.15
(0.15)*
0.45 0.007 1.22
(0.22)
1.15
(0.15)*
0.63 0.002
10 m 1.96
(0.26)
1.96
(0.25)*
0.39 0.020 2.03
(0.26)
1.96
(0.31)*
0.63 0.002
36.6 m 5.44
(0.87)
5.36
(0.72)
0.29 0.084 5.63
(0.95)
5.44
(0.92)*
0.57 0.005
  1. * p < 0.05 (from Wilcoxon signed-rank test)