Values of the resistance of the university football player in special conditions, of the city of Manizales (Colombia) (Valores de la resistencia del jugador de futbol universitario en condiciones especiales, de la ciudad de Manizales (Colombia))

Jose Armando Vidarte Claros, Hector David Castiblanco, Jose William Villa Barco, Arles Javier Ortega Parra

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Summary. One of the great interests that has emerged in recent times is that of assessing athletes in the levels related to fitness; to make such assessments have been used conventional tests, which is why it is necessary to carry out a study that evaluates and allows to determine the level of classification of resistance of the football player. In our case, university footballers, using for this the test for the control of the physical condition of the soccer player in special conditions, which clearly and precisely demonstrates the particular characteristics of the athlete, assumed from the sport itself. Method: The target population was 101 male players representing each of the universities in the city and were competing in the phase established by Ascundeportes. (Colombian Association of Universities). Sampling was established for convenience using a non-probabilistic design and for this; the voluntary participation of athletes was obtained. Results: mean age was 21.78 +/- 2636 years. In the highest percentage between 21 and 24 years, they are in the first four semesters of undergraduate. The vast majority refers to having practiced the sport of football for 10 years or more, the practice frequency is 3 times a week. As for the game positions, there is a greater number of fliers. Conclusions: The aerobic and anaerobic glycolytic resistance of the evaluated ones shows that the athletes are in a normal level according to the established classification, being found correlations between the aerobic resistance and the age, the frequency of practice and play position and the anaerobic resistance and age. 

Resumen. Uno de los grandes intereses que ha surgido en los últimos tiempos, es el de valorar a los deportistas en los niveles relacionados con la condición física; para realizar dichas valoraciones se han utilizado pruebas convencionales, por lo cual es necesario realizar un estudio que evalúe y permita determinar el nivel de clasificación de la resistencia del jugador de fútbol. En nuestro caso, futbolistas universitarios; utilizando para ello el test para el control de la condición física del jugador de fútbol en condiciones especiales el cual evidencia de forma clara y precisa las características particulares del deportista, asumidas desde el propio deporte. Método: La población objeto, fueron 101 futbolistas de género masculino que representaban a cada una de las universidades de la ciudad y que se encontraban compitiendo en la fase establecida por Ascundeportes. (Asociación Colombiana de Universidades). El muestreo se estableció por conveniencia empleando un diseño no probabilístico y para ello se obtuvo la participación voluntaria de los deportistas. Resultados: La media de la edad fue de 21,78 +/ 2,636 años. En mayor porcentaje entre 21 y 24 años, se encuentran en los primeros cuatro semestres de pregrado. La gran mayoría refiere haber practicado el deporte del fútbol por 10 años o más, la frecuencia de práctica es de 3 veces a la semana. En cuanto a las posiciones de juego se observa un mayor número de volantes. Conclusiones: La resistencia aeróbica y anaeróbica glicolítica de los evaluados, muestra que los deportistas se encuentran en un nivel normal acorde a la clasificación establecida, encontrándose correlaciones entre la resistencia aeróbica y la edad, la frecuencia de práctica y posición de juego y la resistencia anaeróbica y la edad.


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Soccer, Physical Fitness, Classification (Fútbol, Aptitud Física, Clasificación)

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