Match analysis heart-rate and CMJ of beach soccer players during amateur competition
The aim was to examine the physiological responses and activity patterns of a Beach soccer friendly match, involving varsity ten male players (age: 23.6±4.4 yrs; height: 177±0.05 cm; body mass: 71.8±3.8 kg). The match was arranged to evaluate heart rates, blood lactate, lower limbs power performance and time motion analysis (TMA), considering: standing, walking, jogging, running and sprinting, and technical and tactical aspects. The match imposed a mean HR of 166±16 beat·min-1, corresponding to an overall mean of 85.3±8% of the maximum heart rate (HRmax). The mean value of blood lactate (La) was 6.20 mM. The TMA results showed that for 51% of the match the players performed very low intensity activities. The notational analysis (NA) showed that during the 60.8% of the offensive actions 2 players were involved and the 54.1% of the offensive actions was performed by one pass. The beach soccer is an intermittent high intensity sport with a significant involvement of anaerobic metabolism. The results of TMA and NA underscored that the sand does not support the movements of players overall the high intensity running. Team work is difficult to implement due to irregular rebounds doesn't consent precise passes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2015