Date of Degree Completion
Master of Arts in Education (MEd)
Robert N. Irving, Jr.
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
John A. Green
Fourth Committee Member
Richard G. Thompson, Jr.
This study utilized 90 college women from Central Washington University to determine if there are significant differences in strength scores between Rowney Knees-on Push-up Method and three body position variations and cadences. The main outcome of this research reflected two significant differences between Rowney's method and body position and cadences. No significant differences were found between experimental body position variations and cadences. The results of this study confirm the hypothesis that changes in push-up technique may produce significant differences in strength scores.
Mito, Clifford T., "Analysis of Some Variations in Method of Performing the Push-Up among College Women" (1986). All Master's Theses. 1825.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Exercise Science Commons, Health and Physical Education Commons, Higher Education Commons