Análisis de la relación entre el Yo-Yo Test y el consumo máximo de oxígeno en jóvenes jugadores de fútbol. [Analysis of the relationship between Yo-Yo Test and maximum oxygen uptake in young football players].

David Sánchez-Oliva, Alfredo Santalla, José M. Candela, Francisco M. Leo, Tomás García-Calvo

Resumen


El presente trabajo tenía como objetivo evaluar la validez del Yo-Yo Test Nivel 1 para estimar el consumo máximo de oxígeno en jugadores de fútbol. Los participantes fueron 15 jugadores fútbol de género masculino, con edades comprendidas entre los 17 y los 19 años (M = 17,9; DT = 0,67), los cuales realizaron una prueba de esfuerzo progresiva hasta la extenuación y el Yo-Yo Test Nivel 1. Los resultados indicaron diferencias significativas en los valores obtenidos de manera directa e indirecta, siendo los valores inferiores en el consumo de oxígeno estimado con el To-Yo Test. Además, el rendimiento obtenido en el Yo-Yo Test no se relacionó con el consumo máximo de oxígeno relativo al peso en laboratorio, lo que indica que el Yo-Yo Test Nivel 1, a través de la fórmula expuesta por Bangsbo, Iaia, y Krustrup (2008), no es una prueba válida para estimar el consumo máximo de oxígeno en jóvenes jugadores de fútbol.

Abstract

This work aimed to examine the validity of the Yo-Yo Endurance Test Level 1 to estimate the maximum oxygen uptake in football players. Participants were 15 male football players, ranging in age from 17 to 19 years old (M = 17,9; DT = 0,67), who developed a laboratory test until exhaustion and Yo-Yo Test Level 1. Results showed significant differences in the values directly and indirectly obtained, being the values lower in the oxygen uptake estimated with Yo-Yo Test. Furthermore, Yo-Yo Test performance was not related with maximum oxygen uptake relative to weight on laboratory, showing that Yo-Yo Endurance Test Level 1, through the equation described by Bangsbo, Iaia, and Krustrup (2008) is not a valid test to estimate maximum oxygen uptake in young football players.

http://dx.doi.org/10.5232/ricyde2014.03701

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Palabras clave/key words


consumo de oxígeno; ejercicio intermitente; potencia aeróbica; jóvenes futbolistas; oxygen intake; intermittent exercise; aerobic power; young football players.

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