Comparison of the effect of repeated-sprint training combined with two different methods of strengt training on young soccer players
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Autor/esCampos Vázquez, M. A.; Romero Boza, Sergio; Toscano Bendala, F. J.; León Prados, J. A.; Suarez Arrones, L. J.; [et al.]
Disciplina/sActividad Física y Deporte
Repeated sprint ability
yo-yo intermittent recovery test
Comparison of the effect of repeated-sprint training combined with two different methods of strength training on young soccer players. J Strength Cond Res 29(3): 744–751, 2015—The aim of this study was to assess the effect of combining repeated-sprint training with 2 different methods of muscle strength training on physical performance variables in young players. Twenty-one soccer players with mean (±SD) age of 18.1 (±0.8) years, weight 69.9 (±6.5) kg, and height 177.1 (±5.7) cm, and competing in U-19 category, were randomly assigned to 2 experimental groups: squat group (SG: n = 10) and take-off group (TG: n = 11). Intervention in both groups consisted of the combination of a weekly session of repeated-sprint training (the same for both groups), with 2 weekly sessions of strength training (different for each group), for 8 weeks in the final period of the season. The strength sessions for the SG consisted of conducting a series of full squats executed at maximum velocity in the concent...