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Abstract Title

MOOD STATE BEHAVIOR IN MAXIMAL CARDIOPULMONARY EXERTION TESTING IN SOCCER ATHLETES.

Abstract Theme

Neuroscience and sport

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Helton Dias - Universidade São Judas Tadeu (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Luis Felipe Tubagi Polito - Universidade São Judas Tadeu (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Maria Regina Ferreira Brandão - Universidade São Judas Tadeu (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Aylton José Figueira Junior - Universidade São Judas Tadeu (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR
Henrique Rodrigues Nunes - Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (Physical Education Course) - BR
Yago de Moura Carneiro - Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (Physical Education Course) - BR
Rodrigo Braghetto - Lausanne Paulista Futebol Clube (Soccer Department) - BR
Valter da Conceição Ribas Lima - Lausanne Paulista Futebol Clube (Soccer Department) - BR
Vanessa Stuchi Sallero - Universidade Metodista de São Paulo (Physical Education Course) - BR
Marcelo Callegari Zanetti - Universidade São Judas Tadeu (Graduate Program in Physical Education) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Orange - 11        Date: 2 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Luis Polito

Abstract Resume

Background: the Brunel mood scale has been efficient to evaluate the stress associated with the overtraining, and it can be used in different periods of training programs,
demonstrating association among fatigue, perceived exertion, intensity, density and volume of training session. Thus, the purpose of this study is to analyze and to compare the mood states of soccer
athletes thirty minutes before, immediately before and immediately after of maximal cardiopulmonary exertion testing performed on the treadmill.
Methods:the sample consisted of twelve soccer players with average age of 18,33 ± 0,78 years old, average weight of 70,82 ± 7,36Kg, average height of 1,78 ± 0,07m, average body mass
index of 22,30 ± 1,47 Kg/m2, average body fat percentage of 13,81 ± 3,00%, average fat free mass of 60,87 ± 4,75Kg and average resting metabolic rate of 1848,25 ± 147,36 Kcal. The sample was then
subjected to the following exhaustion protocol: 3-minute stimulus and 1-minute passive recovery, increasing the speed in 1 km/h per stage. The verification of mood states was performed thirty minutes
before, immediately before (athlete on the treadmill already) and immediately after of fatigue protocol (athlete still on the treadmill). For statistical analysis, normality test was performed as well
as Kruskal Wallis using Dunn's nonparametric comparison for post-hoc.
Results:No statistical difference was found among the three moments of the testing for tension, depression, anger and vigor. However, the fatigue immediately after the testing was
significantly higher compared to the two earlier moments. Conclusions: The fatigue identified by Brunel mood scale can indicate the exhaustion level induced by maximum testings in
soccer athletes.


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