Vol. 22 Núm. 87 (2022): Revista Internacional de Medicina y Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte
Área 11. MEDICINA DEL DEPORTE

LA PUNCIÓN SECA AUMENTA EL RENDIMIENTO DE SALTO EN JUGADORES ÉLITE DE VÓLEY PLAYA

J.M. Jiménez-Olmedo
Universidad de Alicante (España)
Biografía
A. Grau-Aracil
Clínica Campos Fisioterapia, Alicante (España)
A. Penichet-Tomás
Universidad de Alicante (España)
Biografía
B. Pueo
Universidad de Alicante (España)
Biografía
Publicado septiembre 20, 2022

Palabras clave:

puntos gatillo miofasciales, efectos a largo plazo, intervención, músculo, inferencia basada en magnitudes, MBI
Cómo citar
Jiménez-Olmedo, J., Grau-Aracil, A., Penichet-Tomás, A., & Pueo, B. (2022). LA PUNCIÓN SECA AUMENTA EL RENDIMIENTO DE SALTO EN JUGADORES ÉLITE DE VÓLEY PLAYA. Revista Internacional De Medicina Y Ciencias De La Actividad Física Y Del Deporte, 22(87), 523–534. https://doi.org/10.15366/rimcafd2022.87.006

Resumen

El objetivo del presente estudio es evaluar si la aplicación de la punción seca en los puntos gatillo miofasciales latentes se asocia con cambios en el rendimiento de salto. Seis jugadores internacionales de vóley playa sub-21 recibieron tratamiento en el vasto lateral y medial. Se midió la altura de salto SJ y CMJ en cuatro sesiones: antes y después de la intervención (efecto agudo), 48 h y 7 días tras la intervención (efectos a largo plazo). Los jugadores mostraron una pequeña disminución post-intervención seguida de un aumento no significativo a las 48 h. Sin embargo, ambos tipos de salto dieron lugar a un aumento con efecto moderado muy probable tras una semana: 4,13 cm (+10,8%) y 3,54 cm (+8,9%) para SJ y CMJ, respectivamente. A pesar de este aumento significativo, la disminución del rendimiento post-test desalienta su uso inmediatamente antes de una competición.

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