Os efeitos da resistência da pirâmide dupla e do treinamento de velocidade da pirâmide em algumas adaptações fisiológicas de jovens jogadores de futebol de elite

  • Mohammad Mohammadi Department of Physical Education, Faculty of Literature and Humanities, Malayer University, Malayer, Iran.
  • Azadeh Naderi Master of Sport Physiology, Iran.
  • Farah Asadi Master of Sport Physiology, Iran.
Palavras-chave: Treinamento de resistência, Hipertrofia, Variáveis de sprint, Jovens jogadores de futebol de elite


Este estudo teve como objetivo investigar os efeitos do treinamento resistido em pirâmide dupla (DPRT) e do treinamento de velocidade em pirâmide (PST) sobre algumas adaptações fisiológicas de jovens jogadores de futebol de elite. 30 jogadores de futebol (idade 18,31 ±2,5 anos; estatura 177,2 ±4,6 cm; peso 74,25 kg e% GC 14,60 ±5,03) foram divididos aleatoriamente em três grupos de DPRT (n=10), PST (n=10) e controle (n=10). Os sujeitos treinaram por 40 minutos, 3 sessões por semana, 8 semanas usando dois padrões de exercício. Após a garantia da distribuição normal dos dados (teste de Kolmogorov-Smirnov), o teste MANCOVA e o teste sidak post-hoc mostraram melhora significativa no peso corporal, IMC, massa de gordura corporal, força muscular da parte inferior do corpo, potência de pico e potência média para DPRT comparar para PST e grupos de controle (p≤0,05). Por outro lado, o grupo PST apresentou resultados significativamente melhores no recorde de corrida de 30 metros, tempo de corrida de 400 metros e queda do sprint em comparação aos grupos DPRT e controle (p≤0,05). A resistência muscular e flexibilidade fazem mais melhorias por DPRT e PST em comparação com o grupo de controle (p≤0,05). Em conclusão, parece que ambos os modelos de treinamento foram adequados para aumentar as variáveis ​​fisiológicas, embora o DPRT provavelmente melhore a força muscular e a hipertrofia, enquanto o PST pode ser mais eficaz na melhoria das variáveis ​​de sprint de jovens jogadores de futebol de elite.


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Mohammadi, M., Naderi, A., & Asadi, F. (2021). Os efeitos da resistência da pirâmide dupla e do treinamento de velocidade da pirâmide em algumas adaptações fisiológicas de jovens jogadores de futebol de elite. RBFF - Revista Brasileira De Futsal E Futebol, 13(53), 266-274. Recuperado de http://www.rbff.com.br/index.php/rbff/article/view/1109
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