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Factors of success in advanced level wrestling ; reliability and validity of several diagnostic methods


Karninčić, Hrvoje; Curby, David; Čavala, Marijana
Factors of success in advanced level wrestling ; reliability and validity of several diagnostic methods // Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts, 6 (2015), 2; 53-58 doi:10.5604/20815735.1195356 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Factors of success in advanced level wrestling ; reliability and validity of several diagnostic methods

Autori
Karninčić, Hrvoje ; Curby, David ; Čavala, Marijana

Izvornik
Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts (2081-5735) 6 (2015), 2; 53-58

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Martial arts; fitness; transcutaneous monitoring

Sažetak
Introduction. There is an evident lack of studies which examined factors which discriminate high-level wrestlers in pursuit of small differences in their quality. The aim of this study was to determine the applicability of several fitness parameters in order to discriminate between high-level and top-level wrestlers (n = 22 ; all males). Material and methods. The sample was divided into two groups: a top-level-group (selected for national-team ; N = 6) and a high-level-group (national-team-sparing partners ; N = 16). The variables included body height, body mass, BMI, sport-experience, bench-press, pull-ups, wrestling-modified-specific-judo fitness-test, VO2max, arm-cranking-test achievement (WATTmax) ; and physiological variables collected throughout a maximal progressive arm-cranking test: HRmax, and O2 decrease (pO2d ; difference between maximum, and O2 concentration at exhaustion ; all measured by transcutaneous oximetry). Results. The model (Y = 4.083 + 0.837 x pO2d) successfully classified 83% top level and 94% high-level wrestlers, indicating that among the top-level the transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure decrease (left + right) is more evidenced (OR 0.84 ; 95%CI: 0.72 – 0.97) Conclusions. The top-level-group was more experienced, had higher WATTmax and pO2. Forward conditional logistic regression revealed pO2d as a single significant predictor of the dichotomous criterion (top-level vs. high-level group).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pedagogija



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Split

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