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Abstract Title

Changes Hydration in Basketball Male and Female Players During Simulated Match in Competitive Period

Abstract Theme

Sport medicine and injury prevention

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Yago de Moura Carneiro - Metodista de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Luciane Aparecida Moscaleski - Municipal de São Caetano do Sul University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Simone Inácio de Lima - Municipal de São Caetano do Sul University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Helton Dias - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Presenter Henrique Rodrigues Nunes - Metodista de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
João Henrique Gomes - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Aylton José Figueira Junior - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Maria Regina Ferreira Brandão - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Marcelo Callegari Zanetti - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Presenter Vanessa Stuchi Salleto - Metodista de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Presenter Felipe Dorta Valverde - Metodista de São Paulo University (Physical Education Course) - BR
Luis Felipe Tubagi Polito - São Judas Tadeu University of São Paulo (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Black - 5        Date: 2 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Luis Polito

Abstract Resume

Background: The number of basketball players has grown considerably in the last years. With this popularization of sport it is necessary to understand how the body of athletes answers
the matches held. One of the knowledges that should be considered is the hydric variation in this sport. The purpose of present study was evaluate hydration status in professional basketball players.
Methods: 10 male and 11 female professional basketball players (including point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward and center) were evaluated in weight and hydration
status during a simulated basketball game (four quarters x 10 minutes). The Total Hydric Variation (THV) was calculated by the equation "TWV = Initial Body Weight - Final Body Weight + Volume of Water
Ingested". The Dehydration Rate = (THV / Initial Weight) X 100". The water intake was ad libitum during the simulated match. The results were analyzed using descriptive statistics, Shapiro-Wilk for
Normality Test and Test T Student for parametric variables and Wilcoxon Test for Non Parametric variables, adopting margin of error of 5%. Results: For male athletes, were found
significant differences between the initial weight (98.90 ± 16.11 kg) and final weight (98.05 ± 15.96), resulting in total water average intake was 1.65l and the dehydration rate was 2.61%.  For
female athletes, no significant differences were found between the initial weight (68.96 + 13.94 kg) and the end weight (69.06 + 13.95 kg), resulting in total water average intake of 0.62 l and
dehydration rate of 0.94%.  Conclusions: Despite the significant differences between initial and final weight in male athletes, the athletes showed a smaller loss than 3% of your
total body weight at the end of the match, what are not sufficient to promote significant losses in athlete’s performance. The female athletes maintained the body weight with ad libitum water intake.
These results reinforce the literature trend to offer water ad libitum during sports, suggesting to be sufficient to maintain the state of hydration in athletes, both male and female.


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