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Abstract Title

Optimization of Women Teenage Basketball Training by Genetic classification of athletes.

Abstract Theme

Genetics and sport

Type Presentation

Oral presentation

Abstract Authors

Presenter JORGE LUIZ DE ARAUJO - CREF12-PE/AL (COMISSÃO DE ÉTICA) - BR
NADJA REGUEIRA HARROP - CREF12-PE/AL (PRESIDENTE) - BR

Presentation Details

Room: Venus        Date: 1 September        Time: 17:00:00        Presenter: JORGE ARAUJO

Abstract Resume

Background:Performing basketball training in female adolescents, uniformly applying physical training, we began to notice that one and another athlete could assimilate and respond
within the limits of the charges that would lead to the proximity of the maximum yield.
Further, despite the similarity biophysics at certain times, even with a considerably higher physique, even if approached the results obtained by colleagues. This situation came to us trouble!
Seeking to study the cases in question, ie, optimize the performance of our athletes and therefore better results in competitions (tournaments and championships), we are faced with the need to
understand that to ensure a physical training in high performance, observe its principles, it is essential (TUBINO, 2000), the biological individuality. (TUBINO, 2000).
When we refer to biological individuality, due to advances in sports science, we come to find recent studies that allowed us to identify, through Dermatoglyphics, which group the individual belongs,
classifying it as anaerobic and aerobic (FERNANDES, 2015).
Based on these studies, we distinguish each group of athletes and applying the proper training, strengthening it, and results in competitions were the most satisfactory because injuries were recorded,
and the team went on to have homogeneous graphics fitness and victories will lead a team of 70% (seventy) percent with athletes under seventeen (17) years, being crowned Runner-up in a traditional
backwoods of Pernambuco state tournament.


Methods:Based on Dermatoglyphics , study of fingerprints , we can identify you on our team , made up of twelve (12) players , which were submitted to Desmatoglifia tests , from 28
July to 02 August and after that data collection, They were evaluated by author and could be identified that most of the crew consisted of 2/3 and 1/3 individuals anaerobic aerobic constituted by
individuals. Based on this result , the groups are offered up - reverse overload, ie the anaerobic group, 20% ( twenty per cent) more than aerobic training , and aerobic group , a 20 % load ( twenty)
percent more anaerobic training.


Results:An approximation of Neuromuscular and aerobic fitness of the team, moving away more and more of Zero Point and growing , because there was a greater stimulus the needs of each
group , which were distinguished , because of the finding of Dermatoglyphics , and the result in competition that was intended to participate, was higher than expected , given the different fitness
was obtained , respecting the group that was integrated individuals .


Conclusions:Analyzing the research and the results achieved, we can say that based on the Dermatoglyphics studies , it was possible to group the individuals by genetic evaluation and
respecting their homogeneity , provide differentiated training that strengthened their genetic abilities and leveraged its shortcomings, thus decreasing , disparities in the group, making it more
homogeneous team and maturity to face adversity in the face to optimize the fitness that hit .


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