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Journal of Human Sport and Exercise 2013, 8 4

Autor: Álvaro Molinos Domene

Fuente: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=301030569012


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Journal of Human Sport and Exercise E-ISSN: 1988-5202 jhse@ua.es Universidad de Alicante España Molinos Domene, Álvaro Evaluation of movement and physiological demands of full-back and center-back soccer players using global positioning systems Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, vol.
8, núm.
4, octubre-diciembre, 2013, pp.
1015-1028 Universidad de Alicante Alicante, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=301030569012 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Original Article Evaluation of movement and physiological demands of full-back and center-back soccer players using global positioning systems ÁLVARO MOLINOS DOMENE 1 Spanish Olimpic Committee ABSTRACT Molinos, A.
(2013).
Evaluation of movement and physiological demands of full-back and center-back soccer players using global positioning systems.
J.
Hum.
Sport Exerc., 8(4), pp.1015-1028.
Purpose: This study investigated the physiological demands between Full-back and Center-Back soccer players during official matches and using Global Positioning System (GPS) devices.
Methods: Four Full-back (FB) and four Center-back (CB) semi-professional soccer players (mean ± SD age 21,33 ± 2.07 y, height 179.53 ± 4,37 cm, and weight 76.62 ± 3.32 Kg) participated in this study during 2012.
Match performance was reported as total distance, speed categories (stationary–walking (0–3.9 km-h), jogging (4.0–6.9 km-h), quick running (7.0–12.9 km-h), high-intensity running (13.0–17.9 km-h) and sprint ( 18 km-h)), maximum speed, workload, high-intensity running distance (HIR: Sprint and High-intensity running), rest time and high-low intensity ratio.
Data were expressed per 15-min period of game time, separate into positions roles.
Results: in all pe...





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