EFEITO DE DIFERENTES VOLUMES DE ALONGAMENTO ESTÁTICO NO VOLUME DE TREINO DO MEMBRO CONTRALATERAL

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  • Fabio Henrique de Freitas Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33053/biomotriz.v14i3.193

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Descritores: Alongamento. Exercício de alongamento muscular. Educação cruzada.

Resumo

Introdução: A educação cruzada é um fenômeno baseado no princípio de que o treinamento de um único membro é capaz de promover ganho de força do membro contralateral. Objetivo: Investigar a influência de diferentes volumes de alongamento estático de músculos isquiotibiais do membro dominante no desempenho de repetições e volume total de treino do membro contralateral não alongado. Métodos: Doze mulheres treinadas (68.33 + 6.00 anos de idade) realizaram os seguintes protocolos experimentais: Protocolo Tradicional (TR) – sem alongamento prévio e execução da cadeira flexora unilateral; Protocolo alongamento estático com volume reduzido (T60) e posterior execução da cadeira flexora unilateral; Protocolo alongamento estático com volume ampliado (T120) e posterior execução da cadeira flexora unilateral. Resultados: Não foram observadas diferenças estatísticas entre os protocolos testados. Observamos apenas diferenças significativas intra-séries, somente, nos protocolos T120 e TR. Conclusão: O alongamento estático passivo no membro contralateral não interferiu, nem de forma positiva nem negativa, no volume total de treino.

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2020-11-16

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Henrique de Freitas, F. (2020). EFEITO DE DIFERENTES VOLUMES DE ALONGAMENTO ESTÁTICO NO VOLUME DE TREINO DO MEMBRO CONTRALATERAL. BIOMOTRIZ, 14(3), 153-162. https://doi.org/10.33053/biomotriz.v14i3.193

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