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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Analysis Of The Effect Of Training And Sexual Maturation In Young Soccer Players Somatotype [análise Do Efeito Do Treinamento E Da Maturação Sexual Sobre O Somatotipo De Jovens Futebolistas]
Author: Mortatti A.L.
de Arruda M.
Abstract: The present study aims to analyze the possible alterations in the components of somatotype in male adolescents inserted in a systematized soccer training program, considering the stage of maturation in comparison to non-trained individuals. The sampler was composed by 39 subjects, with age between 11 and 13 years old, divided into two groups, being 22 in the trained group and 17 in the non trained group. The method described as Heath-Carter, characterized by the evaluation of anthropometric variable, was used to evaluate the somatotype while to determine the maturational stage of groups the procedures described by Tanner (1962) were used. For the verification of the effect of training and maturation, as well as the interaction between them in the results of the studied variables, the Anova two-way and the Pos-Hoc of Tukey test were used in order to identify possible significant differences between the averages. The results indicate there was no difference between the groups analyzed as well as there was not also, influence of maturation in the somatotype of the evaluated individuals (p<0,05). Based on these results, we could conclude that the intense soccer training, done by the studied sampler, did not interfere in the components of body composition to change it significantly in relation to individuals who do not take part of any type of systematized training.
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Date Issue: 2007
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