Effects of low-moderate load high-velocity resistance training on physical performance of under-20 futsal players
|Title translated into German:||Auswirkungen von Krafttraining mit geringer bis mittlerer Last und hoher Geschwindigkeit auf die körperliche Leistungsfähigkeit von U20-Futsalspielern|
|Author:||Marques, Diogo Luís; Travassos, Bruno; Sousa, António Carlos; Gil, Maria Helena; Ribeiro, João Nuno; Cardoso Marques, Mário|
|Published:||7 (2019), 3, Art.-ID 69, [15 S.], Lit.|
|Format:||Publications (Database SPOLIT)|
|Publication Type:||Journal article|
|Media type:||Electronic resource (online)|
Resistance training (RT) is an effective methodology to improve physical performance of athletes. However, up to now, no studies have addressed the RT benefits in under-20 futsal players. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of six weeks of RT with high-velocity movements, low-to-moderate loads, and low volume on physical performance of under-20 futsal players. A total of 21 players were divided into two groups: A control group (CG, n = 10) and a RT group (RTG, n = 11). The RTG performed two weekly training sessions constituted by leg-press, jumps, and sprints, along with three futsal training sessions, while the CG only performed the futsal training. Before and after the intervention, the sprint time in 0–10 m (T10), 10–20 m (T10–20), and 0–20 m (T20), the countermovement jump (CMJ) height, the T-Test time, the kicking ball speed (KBS), and the maximum dynamic strength in the leg-press, were assessed. In post-test, significant improvements in CMJ, T-Test, KBS, and leg-press were found for the RTG, whilst a significant decrease in T10–20 was evidenced in the CG. The present results suggested that RT based on high velocity movements, low-to-moderate loads, and low volume produce positive effects on physical performance of under-20 futsal players.