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|Título:||Changes in classical kinematics and non-linear parameters after a maximal 100-m front-crawl bout|
|Autor:||Barbosa, Tiago M.|
|Citação:||Barbosa, Tiago M.; Morais, J.E.; Chen Simin; Costa, M.J. (2017) - Changes in classical kinematics and non-linear parameters after a maximal 100-m front-crawl bout. In Proceedings of the International Congress of the Research Center in Sports Sciences, Health Sciences & Human Development. Évora|
|Resumo:||In a linear system there is proportionality between input and output. Under this framework it is expected that the amount of change in sports performance must be proportional to variations in the inputs. However, as far as elite performance goes, this is not a straightforward assumption. Sometimes the variables selected are not sensitive enough. Hence, there is the need of having non-linear concepts underpinning such analysis. The aim was to compare classical kinematics and non-linear parameters after a maximal 100-m front-crawl bout. Twenty-four subjects (12 males and 12 females; 22.38±1.68-y) were invited to perform a 100-m freestyle race at maximal pace. Before (pre-test, i.e. rested) and immediately after (post-test, i.e. under fatigue) the maximal bout, they performed two maximal 25m swims at freestyle with push-off start. A speedo-meter cord (Swim speedo-meter, Swimsportec, Hildesheim, Germany) was attached to the swimmer’s hip (Barbosa et al., 2015) in the two 25m trials collecting the instantaneous speed. It was computed the speed fluctuation (dv; Barbosa et al., 2015), approximate entropy (ApEn; Barbosa et al., 2015) and fractal dimension (FD; Higuchi, 1988). Repeated measures ANOVAs (pre-test vs. post-test; P≤0.05), effect sizes (eta squared) and 95% of confidence intervals (95CI) were computed. The speed was 1.44±0.24 and 1.28±0.23m/s in the pre- and post/test, respectively (F=55.136, P<0.001)|
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