Análisis de la percepción subjetiva del esfuerzo diferenciado y de la fatiga en distintos formatos de juegos reducidos en fútbol

J Muñoz, D Castillo, J Yanci

Resumen


El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar la percepción subjetiva del esfuerzo diferenciado (dRPE) en distintos formatos de juegos reducidos (JR) de 4 vs. 4 variando tanto el tamaño del terreno de juego como la duración de los descansos entre repeticiones en fútbol. También se analizó la pérdida de rendimiento en sprint de 5 y 15 m y la capacidad de cambio de dirección (CODA) con y sin balón.

En el estudio participaron 46 jugadores de fútbol que competía en las categorías de División de Honor, Tercera Regional y Segunda Regional juvenil. Se observó una pérdida de rendimiento en el sprint 5 m (p < 0,05, Dif. = 3,88%, TE = 0,82, alto) y, aunque no significativa, en el test 505 sin balón tras la realización del JR1 (p > 0,05, TE = 0,8 alto). Posiblemente un menor espacio con poco tiempo de recuperación pueda provocar una mayor pérdida de rendimiento en el sprint de 5 m y en el test 505 sin balón.


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Palabras clave


esfuerzo percibido; aceleración; cambio de dirección; rendimiento

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24310/riccafd.2018.v7i2.5086

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