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Use of SSWU after SS in our study reduced negative effects of stretching on the vertical jump height, which was already confirmed in some previous studies (Taylor et al., 2009; Youngand Behm, 2003) but [H.sub.max]/[M.sub.max] ratio continued to decrease.
Probably, SSWU caused increase in muscle temperature, nerve conduction velocity, and reduction in muscle viscosity (Bishop, 2003).
Another explanation why height of vertical jump came back to same values is that effects of SS disappeared because of elapsed time between stretching and testing after SSWU (approximately 18 minutes).