Relationship Between Physiological Indices In Specific Test For Futsal With The Physical Performance In The Match

Por: B. L. S. Bedo, F. Milioni, J. W. dos Santos, L. H. V. Palucci, M. Papoti, P. R. P. Santiago, R. A. Barbieri e V. L. Andrade.

IX Congresso Internacional de Educação Física e Motricidade Humana XV Simpósio Paulista de Educação Física

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To assess the aerobic and anaerobic profile of athletes there are a lot different protocols. However, sometimes these protocols do not respect the specificity of the modality and your indices not reflect the physical performance during a match. Because this, the aim of the study was to compare the physiological indices accessed from a specific test for futsal with the physical performance during official match. Thirteen male Brazilian professional futsal players (23.2±2.25 years, 73.6±8.28 kg, 173.1±6.17 cm) were assessed before (between 48h until 72h) of an official match, where the aerobic capacity (AT), maximum aerobic velocity (MAV) and peak lactate (Plac) were obtained by lactate minimum test in the specific circuit to futsal that include the ball and takes into consideration the technical movements, and the match was monitored by three cameras (30 Hz) where players trajectories were assessed by means of automatic tracking method in DVideo environment. T-Student test and Pearson Correlation were performed to compare the results. Total distance covered and the distance per minute were 2967.2±1439.1m and 102.6±12.8m.min-1 respectively. Although, 70.8±6.8% of the distance covered was in the velocity between 0 to 12km.h-1 with 27.1±14.2 sprints (28.1±3.4km.h-1 of peak speed - PS) and average speed (AS) of 6.2±0.8km.h-1. The AT was 7.8±0.7km.h-1 (27% less than the average speed), and the MAV and Plac were 9.2±0.8km.h- 1 and 10.0±3.1nmol.L-1, respectively. The AT had a positive correlation with distance per minute, sprints, PS and AS (r=0.59, 0.78, 0.70 and 0.59, respectively, p<0.05). The MAV was positive correlated with distance per minute, sprints and AS (r=0.58, 0.70 and 0.58 respectively, p<0.05), while the Plac was negative correlated with total distance covered (r=0.58) and sprints (r=0.78) (p<0.05). Based in these results, we could conclude that the physiological profile could affect direct the performance in the game, once the AT and VM was positively correlated with the physical performance in the match, however, the lactate accumulation could affect negative the performance during the match. Also, the specific test for futsal seems to reflect the physical performance of the match and to train in the specific circuit for futsal could be a good strategy to improve the aerobic performance in the specific way



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