Correlação entre altura do salto e composição corporal em atletas profissionais de voleibol

Vitor Xavier Crivelin, Alexandre Moreira, Ronaldo Luiz Finotti, Charles Ricardo Lopes, Mayara Ramos, Marcelo Saldanha Aoki, Caroline Dário Capitani

Resumo


Objetivo: O presente estudo teve como objetivo descrever o comportamento dos parâmetros antropométricos de jogadores profissionais de voleibol ao longo do período competitivo e investigar a existência de correlação entre o perfil antropométrico e a altura do salto vertical nesses jogadores. Métodos: A composição corporal nos jogadores (n=13) foi determinada por meio da mensuração de 7 dobras cutâneas, utilizando adipômetro. A altura do salto contra movimento foi feita por meio do tapete de contato em 3 tentativas, obtendo a média entre os resultados. A coleta dos dados foi realizada em 3 momentos da temporada competitiva (C1, C2, C3). Foi utilizado a ANOVA one-way e post hoc com Tukey. Posteriormente, foi determinado o coeficiente de correlação de Pearson. O nível de significância adotado foi de p<0,05. Resultados: Não houve diferença estatística em função do tempo para todas as medidas corporais e a altura do salto (p>0.05). Foi observada correlação (C1: r=0,75; C2: r=0,76; C3: r=0,75, p<0.01) entre a massa magra (kg) e a altura do salto (cm). Também, foi detectada correlação (C1: r= 0,92; C2: r=0,92; C3: r=0,93, p<0.001) entre a massa magra (%) e a altura do salto (cm). Conclusão: A massa magra apresentou correlação com a altura do salto em jogadores de voleibol profissional. Os resultados sugerem que a massa magra deve ser monitorada ao longo da temporada competitiva, considerando sua relação com o desempenho de saltos.


Palavras-chave


voleibol, perfil antropométrico, altura do salto, atletas, desempenho

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17648/aces.v6n1.2362

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