Repeated sprint ability in professional soccer vs. professioal futsal players

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Repeated sprint ability in professional soccer vs. professioal futsal players

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Title: Repeated sprint ability in professional soccer vs. professioal futsal players
Author: Cuadrado-Peñafiel, V.; Párraga-Montilla, J.; Ortega-Becerra, Manuel Alejandro; Jiménez-Reyes, P.
Abstract: Objetivo: Investigar los cambios producidos ante acciones de esprines repetidos (20+20 metros con cambio de dirección ), el CMJ, la respuesta metabólica (lactato) , y la relación entre estas variables y la fuerza y resistencia en jugadores profesionales de fútbol y fútbol sala. Métodos: Jugadores profesionales (n=30, doce de fútbol sala y veinte de fútbol) completaron tres sesiones de evaluación; VO2max en tapiz rodante, el salto CMJ y la RM en sentadilla completa y finalmente, se realizó el test de RSA (6 x 40 (20+20)). Resultados: Se obtuvieron valores similares de fuerza en sentadilla, en CMJ, de LAC después de la prueba RSA y de VO2max ( 95,12 kg vs 94,73 kg ; 34,5 cm vs 35,9 cm ; 13,65 mmol vs 14,33 mmol ; 62,78 ml·kg·min-1 vs . 62,95 ml·kg·min-1 fútbol vs. fútbol sala, respectivamente). Se obtuvieron diferencias significativas cuando se analizó la pérdida de rendimiento en velocidad (total y entre los tres primeros y tres últimos bloques de esprines) y en salto (2,67% vs 4,4%**; 1,28% vs 2,1%*; 2,88% vs 6,1%**; 9,71% vs 14,3%* de fútbol vs. fútbol sala, respectivamente). Conclusiones: Ambos deportes presentan diferencias significativas en las pérdidas de rendimiento en velocidad y salto a pesar de tener valores similares de fuerza, de VO2max, de lactato tras RSA y de CMJ. Podría atribuirse a los esfuerzos propios de cada deporte y puede sugerir que debería incrementarse el volumen de entrenamiento orientado a la capacidad de realizar esfuerzos repetidos frente a otro tipo de objetivo como la mejora de la capacidad aeróbica, sobre todo a nivel profesional.To investigate the changes through repeated explosive effort sequences (20+20-m sprint with change of direction), jumping, metabolic response (lactate), as well as the relationship between these variables and fitness qualities (strength and endurance) in professional futsal and soccer players. Methods: Male players (n =30, Twelve futsal and twenty soccer players) completed three testing sessions. In the first session was measured VO2max on a motorized treadmill. In the second session was measured counter movement jump (CMJ) and full squat RM in Smith Machine. Finally, in the third session six repeated-explosive effort sequences (RES) was performed. Results: Similar values of lower limbs strength, CMJ height, LAC after RSA test and VO2max (95,12 vs. 94,73; 34,5 vs. 35,9; 13,65 vs. 14,33; 62,78 vs. 62,95 soccer vs. futsal respectively) and significant differences when are analysed the loss of performance in velocity (total and between three first and three last) and vertical jump height (2,67 vs. 4,4**; 1,28 vs. 2,1*; 2,88 vs. 6,1**; 9,71 vs. 14,3* soccer vs. futsal respectively). Conclusions: Professional futsal and soccer obtain significant differences in speed and vertical jump height (CMJ) loss despite having similar values in squat, oxygen consumption, lactate after RSA test and CMJ height. Issue that could be attributed to the characteristics of the sport. This suggests that the volume should be increased oriented ability to perform repeated sprint actions over other type of training aimed at improving aerobic capacity especially at professional level.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10662/7309
Date: 2014


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