Diferencias en la capacidad de aceleración, cambio de dirección y resistencia cardiovascular entre jugadores de fútbol amateur de distinta categoría competitiva

  • Unai Azcárate Jiménez Facultad de Educación y Deporte, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU. Vitoria-Gasteiz, España.
  • Asier Los Arcos Larumbe Facultad de Educación y Deporte, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU. Vitoria-Gasteiz, España.
  • Javier Yanci Irigoyen Facultad de Educación y Deporte, Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU. Vitoria-Gasteiz, España.
Palabras clave: promoción, aceleración, agilidad, resistencia, rendimiento, condición física

Resumen

Los objetivos del presente estudio fueron, por un lado, evaluar la capacidad de aceleración en línea recta, la capacidad de cambio de dirección (CODA) y la capacidad cardiovascular en jugadores de fútbol amateur, y por otro, analizar las diferencias en estas capacidades entre jugadores amateurs de diferente categoría (TD, Tercera División vs. RP, Regional Preferente). En este estudio participaron 36 jugadores de fútbol amateur (20,10 ± 1,47 años, 75,67 ± 8,38 kg, 1,80 ± 0,07 m, 23,41 ± 1,74 kg/m2) pertenecientes a dos equipos de un mismo club que competían en las categorías de TD y RP. No se encontraron diferencias significativas (p > 0,05) entre el grupo TD y el RP en el test de aceleración en línea recta (SP20m y SP30m), CODA (505 agility Test) y test de resistencia (UMT, test de la Universidad de Montreal). Sin embargo, a efectos prácticos, el grupo TD obtuvo mejores resultados (TE, tamaño del efecto = 0,67, moderado) que el RP en el 505 agility Test. La ausencia de diferencias significativas entre ambos grupos, puede poner de manifiesto que la condición física no es el aspecto más relevante para la selección de jugadores que promocionan a tercera división.

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2016-11-30
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Azcárate Jiménez, U., Los Arcos Larumbe, A., & Yanci Irigoyen, J. (2016). Diferencias en la capacidad de aceleración, cambio de dirección y resistencia cardiovascular entre jugadores de fútbol amateur de distinta categoría competitiva. Revista Universitaria De La Educación Física Y El Deporte, 9(9), 6-14. Recuperado a partir de http://revistasiuacj.edu.uy/index.php/rev1/article/view/98
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