Efeito da dominância de membros sobre o desempenho em testes funcionais – Um estudo piloto

Ana Isabela Teruyu, Caio de Paula Martins, Carla Paola Ferreira Felipe, Juliana Moraes Santos, Mayara Yamamoto, Rafael Mian da Silva, Rawane Karyn Oliveira Cardozo, Cristiane Soncino Silva, Daniel Ferreira Moreira Lobato

Resumo


Objetivo: Investigar a influência da dominância de membros sobre o desempenho dos membros inferiores em testes funcionais. Métodos: Oito atletas recreacionais (20,70 ± 2,19 anos; 75,90 ± 15,30 kg; 1,73 ± 0,07 m), de ambos os sexos, fizeram parte deste estudo-piloto. O desempenho funcional dos membros inferiores foi avaliado por meio de três testes de salto unipodal: hop test (HP), six-meter timed hop test (STHT) e square hop test (SHT), sendo considerado, em cada teste, o desempenho médio de três tentativas válidas, para a análise dos dados. Resultados: De acordo com o teste t-Student para amostras dependentes (a = 5%), não houve diferença significativa entre o desempenho dos membros dominante e não-dominante, nos três testes funcionais: HT (p = 0,27), STHT (p = 0,70) e SHT (p = 0,23). Conclusão: A dominância de membros inferiores parece não influenciar de forma decisiva o desempenho funcional de atletas recreacionais.


Palavras-chave


dominância cerebral, membros inferiores, avaliação do desempenho

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17648/aces.v7n1.3465

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