ACUTE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT WARM-UP INTERVENTIONS ON NEUROMUSCULAR PERFORMANCE OF RECREATIONAL SOCCER PLAYERS

Bernardo Neme Ide, Alexandre Moreira, Bradley Jon Schoenfeld, Leandro Lodo, Audrei dos Reis Santos, Charles Ricardo Lopes, Marcelo Saldanha Aoki

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Pre-exercises interventions are frequently implemented in order to maximize athletic performance. In this sense, the aim of this study was to evaluated the effect of three distinct pre-exercise interventions on acute neuromuscular performance in recreational soccer players: 1) parallel squat; 2) static stretching; and 3) ballistic stretching. After all interventions, participants performed a flexibility evaluation (sit-and-reach-test), followed by a squat jump, a counter-movement jump and a 30 meter-sprint test. A one-way analysis of variance revealed: a) a significant decrease in jumping performance was induced by both Stretching conditions when compared to the parallel squat intervention; b) a significant increase in lower limb flexibility after both stretching interventions when compared to parallel squat. In conclusion, it is suggested that a pre-exercise intervention comprised of stretching exercises can acutely increase flexibility, while impairing jump performance in recreational athletes.

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Jumping, Postactivation Potentiation, Sprinting, Stretching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18511/rbcm.v25i3.7053

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R. Bras. Ci. e Mov./ Brazilian Journal of Science and Movement