Perfil de força máxima de jovens atletas de futebol

  • William Tomaz Coelho Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas-RS, Brasil.
  • Rousseau Veiga Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas-RS, Brasil.
  • Marcos Paulo de Oliveira da Silva Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas-RS, Brasil.
  • Gustavo Dias Ferreira Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas-RS, Brasil.
  • Eraldo dos Santos Pinheiro Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas-RS, Brasil.
Palavras-chave: Treinamento de Força, Futebol, Performance, Avaliação Física

Resumo

A força máxima tem uma importante contribuição no desempenho de atletas de futebol, pois auxilia no incremento da velocidade linear e com troca de direção, na potência muscular, além de minimizar o risco de lesões musculoesqueléticas. Esse estudo tem como objetivo descrever o perfil de força máxima de (jovens) atletas de futebol. Com uma amostra composta por 39 jogadores de futebol masculino com idade entre 18 e 22 anos (massa corporal em kg 72,28 ±8,54; estatura em cm 176,46 ±7,57, foram medidos os valores de 1RM nos exercícios supino reto, agachamento e levantamento terra, e apresentados categorizados pelas posições em campo. Também foi calculado o coeficiente de força relativa (1RM/massa corporal) dos atletas. Os goleiros se mostraram os atletas mais altos e mais pesados (186,9 ±5,59 cm; 82,14 ±5,79 Kg), e com maiores valores de 1RM no levantamento terra (135,68 ±19,41 Kg), porém nos exercícios supino reto e agachamento, foram os zagueiros que se mostraram os mais fortes (73,24 ±10,7 Kg e 111,48 ±9,97 Kg, respectivamente). Quando verificados os coeficientes de força relativa os achados vão de encontro a outros encontrados na literatura, parecendo haver uma relação proeminente entre a massa corporal e a força máxima.

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Publicado
2022-03-24
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Coelho, W. T., Veiga, R., Silva, M. P. de O. da, Ferreira, G. D., & Pinheiro, E. dos S. (2022). Perfil de força máxima de jovens atletas de futebol. RBFF - Revista Brasileira De Futsal E Futebol, 13(54), 493-499. Recuperado de http://www.rbff.com.br/index.php/rbff/article/view/1160
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