Vol. 20 Núm. 77 (2020)
Área 17. OTRAS (Rendimiento Deportivo) / OTHER (Sports Performance)

RENDIMIENTO DEL SALTO TRAS VARIOS PARTIDOS DE FÚTBOL DISPUTADOS EN DÍAS CONSECUTIVOS

A. Benítez-Jiménez
Fundación Marcet
Biografía
M. Falces-Prieto
Fundación Marcet
Biografía
A. García-Ramos
Universidad de Granada
Biografía
Publicado marzo 11, 2020

Palabras clave:

fatiga, CMJ, RPE, fútbol

Resumen

Los objetivos del estudio fueron determinar el cambio en la altura alcanzada en el salto con contramovimiento (CMJ) tras tres partidos amistosos jugados en días consecutivos, y evaluar si existe una asociación significativa entre los cambios en la altura del CMJ respecto a los minutos disputados y los valores de percepción subjetiva del esfuerzo (RPE). La altura de salto de 22 jóvenes futbolistas varones (edad: 16,6±0,8 años) fue determinada en 5 ocasiones: Pre-viaje, Pre-partido 1, Pre-partido 2, Pre-partido 3, y Post-viaje. Los resultados mostraron una reducción de la altura de salto respecto al pre-viaje (P<0,001; tamaño de efecto ? 1.47), mientras que el cambio en la altura de salto no estuvo significativamente correlacionado con los minutos disputados (r=-0.02; P=0.464) ni con la RPE (r=0.15; P=0.249). La sucesión de partidos de fútbol provoca una disminución en la altura de salto que no está relacionada con los minutos disputados ni la RPE.

 

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