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Resumo de artigo sobre avaliação psicológica e fisiológica de atletas de TKD


Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2012 Jun 13. [Epub ahead of print]

Physiological vs Psychological Evaluation in Taekwondo Elite Athletes.

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Department of Human Movement and Sport Sciences, University of Rome "Foro Italico", Rome, Italy.

Abstract

PURPOSE:

To anticipate outstanding athletic outcomes the selection process of elite athletes simultaneously considers psycho-physiological and technical parameters. This study aimed to investigate whether Selected and Not Selected athletes for the Italian National taekwondo team could be discriminated by means of sport-specific performances, and psycho-physiological responses to training.

METHODS:

Five established Italian National athletes and 20 elite Italian taekwondo black belt athletes (9 females, 16 males; age: 23.0±3.1yrs; body mass: 67.0±12.1kg) participated in this study. To update the Italian National team roster, the 20 elite athletes participated in a 1-week selection camp (7 training sessions). Selected athletes (n=10) joined Established National athletes during the following 3-week National training period (7 training sessions.week-1). During the 1-week selection camp, differences (p<0.05) between Selected and Not Selected athletes in performances, heart rate responses, blood lactate accumulation [La], subjective ratings of perceived exertion (session-RPE), and mood were examined. During the 3-week national training period, differences (p<0.05) in mood between Selected and Established National athletes were investigated.

RESULTS:

With respect to Not Selected athletes, Selected athletes responded better to training in terms of session-RPE (p=0.047), and [La] (p = 0.046). No difference in performance and mood between subgroups emerged. After the 3-week National training period, differences (p=0.035) emerged for confusion, with decreases in the Established National athletes and increases for recently Selected athletes.

CONCLUSIONS:

Session-RPE and [La] seem to be more effective in discriminating between elite taekwondo athletes than psychological measures. Evaluation of mood could be effective in monitoring the athlete's response to National training.

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