Vol. 20 Núm. 78 (2020)
Área 17. OTRAS (Actividad Física y Salud) / OTHERS (Physical activity and health)

ANTROPOMETRÍA Y FUERZA, SU INFLUENCIA SOBRE EL TEST SIT AND REACH

Delgado-Martín J.L.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Biografía
I. Garoz-Puerta
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Biografía
F. Miguel-Tobal
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Biografía
V. Martínez-de-Haro
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Biografía
Publicado junio 1, 2020

Palabras clave:

condición física relacionada con la salud, antropometría, pruebas de flexibilidad, dinamómetro, pruebas de fuerza

Resumen

Se analiza la influencia que tienen las variables cineantropométricas y dinamométricas sobre el test Sit and Reach en deportistas amateur. Se tomaron veinte variables antropométricas, cuatro pruebas de dinamometría, el test Sit and Reach y la actividad física realizada. Encontramos diferencias significativas en los valores de flexibilidad entre hombres y mujeres. Las ecuaciones de predicción fueron diferentes en hombres y en mujeres (30.6% y 32.5%), en las mujeres apareció la talla como factor influyente. La ecuación general de predicción calculada se obtiene un 39,1% (moderada). Hombres y mujeres se diferencian significativamente en todas las variables antropométricas excepto en pliegue subescapular y suprailiaco. ¿Qué otros factores influirían sobre una posible predicción del resultado? Los valores de flexibilidad no se consideran influenciados por las variables antropométricas, dinamométricas y la tipología de actividad física realizada. El índice de fuerza no correlaciona con el valor del test Sit and Reach.

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