Originally posted by 5280High:
Thats a much better indicator, still impossible to test upper body explosiveness and reaction times with these measurements.... sounds like something "Sports science" should take up as a project and get the combine to adopt.
That new under armour indicator some players were wearing through drills will undoubtedly be used in the future of measurements as well.
It sounds like you understand math.
Terron Armstead had an explosion number of 1.06
He is 6'4 3/8 and weighs 306 lbs. He had a VJ of 34.5 inches. He had a broad jump of 9'4.
The formula is Explosive Power= (VERT+3.5*BROAD)*(WEIGHT/HEIGHT)/3000
.How do you use the above numbers to get this result?
Does anyone know?