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Table 2 Comparison of force handgrip and vertical jump between the groups at different time points

From: Hydrotherapy as a recovery strategy after exercise: a pragmatic controlled trial

Variable Hydrotherapy (experimental group) n=17 Supine rest (control group) n=17
Vertical jump test (cm)   
Baseline 22.94 ± 5.74 (95% CI 19.98 – 25.89) 26.96 ± 7.01 (95% CI 23.35 – 30.57)
Post-spinning session 23.55 ± 6.12 (95% CI 20.40 – 26.70) 28.60 ± 7.59 (95% CI 24.70 –30.52)
Post-recovery 23.06 ± 5.6 (95% CI 20.11 – 26.02) 27.88 ± 7.13 (95%CI 24.21 – 31.25)
Force handgrip dominant side (Kg)   
Baseline 36.63 ± 10.36 (95% CI 31.30 – 40.96) 38.83 ± 11.86 (95% CI 32.73 – 44.93)
Post-spinning session 37.16 ± 11.12 (95% CI 31.44 – 42.88) 38.96 ± 12.33 (95% CI 32.62 – 45.30)
Post-recovery 36.83 ± 12.08 (95% CI 30.62 – 43.04) 38.44 ± 12.89 (95% CI 31.81 – 45.07)
Force handgrip non dominant side (Kg)   
Baseline 34.32 ± 9.73 (95% CI 29.72 – 39.33) 35.54 ± 10.84 (95% CI 29.96 – 41.11)
Post-spinning session 34.72 ± 9.40 (95% CI 29.88 – 39.55) 35.81 ± 11.28 (95% CI 30.00 – 41.61)
Post-recovery 34.06 ±9.86 (95% CI 28.99 – 39.14) 34.82 ± 11.20 (95% CI 29.06 – 40.58)
  1. Data are expressed as mean ± standard deviation (95% confidence interval).