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Given the relationship between explosive-type training and power adaptation, tracking movement velocity has become popular. However, unlike previous variables, tracking velocity necessitates the use of a valid and reliable tool to monitor adaptation over time. Therefore, the primary purpose of this research was to assess the validity and reliability of a commercially-available linear position transducer (LPT). Nine resistance-trained men completed four sessions consisting of a single set ofdoi:10.3390/sports6040170 pmid:30544687 pmcid:PMC6316018 fatcat:ieqywgeievfh7fr6kutr77mehi