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Acta Medica Medianae
With the aim to investigate the relationship between the body composition of adolescents and their vertical jump performance, this research was carried out on a sample of seventh grade elementary school students (47 male students). The sample of measuring instruments for body composition assessment included: body height, body mass, sum of five skinfolds thicknesses (biceps, triceps, subscapularis, suprailiac, and calf), body fat percentage, and muscle mass percentage. The SJ and CMJ tests weredoi:10.5633/amm.2020.0109 fatcat:lorvruntxveenon36m7a6tyqne