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Revista Internacional de Deportes Colectivos

CHANGES IN SPRINT PERFORMANCE AFTER A STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM IN YOUNG SOCCER PLAYERS

  • Posted on:  Domingo, 01 Abril 2018 12:03
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Rodrigo Aranda Malavés,1 Andrés Tudela Desantes1, Jorge Alarcón Rodrigo1

1Universidad de Valencia, España. E-mail: Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

Fecha de recepción: 23/02/2018 - Fecha de aceptación: 08/03/2018

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study is to know the effect of a unilateral and bilateral strength training program has on sprint performance of young footballers. 56 subjects distributed into 3 groups: unilateral (GEU), bilateral (GEB) and control (GC) were evaluated in sprint (10 and 20 m) before (pre-test) and after (post-test) of a training period. GEB performed strength training with bilateral exercises, GEU with unilateral exercises and GC did not train. Results show that GEU improved sprint performance in 0-10m (p <0.05) and 0-20m (p <0.01) distances, while GEB only improved in 0-10m (P <0.05) and GC didn´t change. Therefore, the unilateral training program was effective to improve 10 and 20m sprint performance, while the bilateral training program was effective only to improve performance in 10m.

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