Algumas variações de desempenho anaeróbico da manhã à noite: a massagem afeta o desempenho e a variação diurna

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15914

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Variação diurna, Massagem desportiva, Salto vertical, Potência anaeróbia, Potência média

Resumo

Este estudo foi realizado para determinar os efeitos da massagem no desempenho anaeróbio e na variação diurna. Doze atletas do sexo masculino com idades entre 18-25 anos, que se exercitavam regularmente três dias por semana (idade, 18,00 ± 2,17 anos; altura, 168,1 ± 3,15 cm; 65 ± 2,63 kg; IMC 22,49 ± 0,44 anos) participaram do estudo. Enquanto o protocolo sem massagem consistia em apenas 15 minutos de corrida (NM), o protocolo com massagem esportiva consistia em 5 minutos de corrida e 10 minutos de massagem esportiva (SM). Os protocolos foram aplicados em dois períodos do dia (manhã: 09h00 às 11h00, tarde: 16h00 às 18h00). Foi relatado que SM afeta positivamente a potência de pico e a potência média devido ao desempenho do salto vertical em comparação com o protocolo NM. Além disso, determinou-se que o protocolo SM aplicado à noite foi mais eficaz do que o protocolo SM aplicado pela manhã.

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Biografia do Autor

Ramazan Bayer, Malatya Turgut University (MTÜ), Malatya – Turkey

Dr. Lecturer in Rectorate. Phd in Physical Education and Sport.

Özgür Eken, Inonu University (İNONU), Malatya – Turkey

Dr. Research Assistant in Faculty of Sport Sciences, Department of Physical Education and Sport Teaching. Phd in Physical Education and Sport.

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08/12/2021

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BAYER, R.; EKEN, Özgür. Algumas variações de desempenho anaeróbico da manhã à noite: a massagem afeta o desempenho e a variação diurna. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. 3, p. 2459–2474, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15914. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15914. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2022.