Do differences between the training load perceived by elite beach volleyball players and that planned by coaches affect neuromuscular function? (¿Las diferencias entre la carga de entrenamiento percibida por los jugadores de voleibol de playa de élite y

  • Ana Denise Andrade Federal University of Paraíba
  • Mário Simim Federal University of Ceara
  • Witalo Kassiano Londrina State University
  • José Manuel Palao University of Wisconsin (Parkside)
  • Karla de Jesus Federal University of Amazonas
  • Nycaelle Maia Federal University of Ceara
  • Cláudio Assumpção Federal University of Ceara
  • Alexandre Igor Araripe Medeiros Federal University of Ceara http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0447-353X

Resumen

Summary. This study aimed to verify the differences between the training load planned by coaches and that perceived by Beach Volleyball (BV) players and observe the effects on athletes’ neuromuscular function. Three female BV players and well-known coaches participated in the research and were accompanied for three training weeks in the preseason phase. Rating of perceived exertion (RPE) was collected through the 0-10 scale during a previous training session. Strength, physical fitness and tactical-technical training have been assessed with coaches and athletes’ responses 30 minutes after the end of the session. RPE Session was calculated by the product between the training duration in minutes and RPE, to estimate Internal Training Load (ITL). Neuromuscular function was assessed through Countermovement Jump (CMJ). To verify differences between coaches and athletes’ responses and vertical jump performance were used either the magnitude of differences and clinical inference. Athletes experienced lower RPE and ITL as planned by coaches in the first week of training. CMJ increased substantially from the first to the third week (with likely differences (93/03/04), standardized difference = 1.60 and 90% confidence intervals = 0.00; 3.21). We suggest that training load planned by coaches similar to that perceived by athletes have a concomitant improvement with neuromuscular performance.


Resumen. Este estudio tuvo como objetivo verificar las diferencias entre la carga de entrenamiento planificada por los entrenadores y la percibida por los jugadores de voleibol de playa (VP) y observar los efectos sobre la función neuromuscular de los atletas. Tres jugadoras de VP y entrenadores conocidos participaron en la investigación y fueron acompañadas durante tres semanas de entrenamiento en la fase de pretemporada. El valor nominal del esfuerzo percibido (NEP) se recolectó a través de la escala 0-10 durante una sesión de entrenamiento anterior. La fuerza, la forma física y el entrenamiento táctico-técnico se evaluaron con las respuestas de los entrenadores y atletas 30 minutos después del final de la sesión. El producto calculó la sesión de NEP entre la duración del entrenamiento en minutos y el NEP, para estimar la carga interna de entrenamiento (CIE). La función neuromuscular se evaluó mediante salto contramovimiento (SCM). Para verificar las diferencias entre los entrenadores y las respuestas de los atletas y el rendimiento del salto vertical, se utilizó la magnitud de las diferencias y la inferencia clínica. Los atletas experimentaron menos NEP e CIE que fueron planificados por los entrenadores en la primera semana de entrenamiento. SCM aumentó sustancialmente de la primera a la tercera semana (con diferencias probables (93/03/04), diferencia estandarizada = 1.60 e intervalos de confianza del 90% = 0.00; 3.21). Sugerimos que la carga de entrenamiento planificada por entrenadores similar a la percibida por los atletas tenga una mejora concomitante con el rendimiento neuromuscular.

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2020-04-15
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Andrade, A. D., Simim, M., Kassiano, W., Palao, J. M., de Jesus, K., Maia, N., Assumpção, C., & Medeiros, A. I. (2020). Do differences between the training load perceived by elite beach volleyball players and that planned by coaches affect neuromuscular function? (¿Las diferencias entre la carga de entrenamiento percibida por los jugadores de voleibol de playa de élite y. Retos, 38(38), 632-636. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v38i38.77625
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