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Abstract Title

Comparison of Jump Test and accessory Stride Sensor Polar Bluetooth to evaluate the vertical jump height.

Abstract Theme

Technology in sports

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Rodrigo Luiz da Silva Gianoni - Federal University of São Paulo (Human Movement Science Department) - BR
Yuri Lopes Motoyama - Federal University of São Paulo (Human Movement Science Department) - BR
Gilmar Esteves - Federal University of São Paulo (Human Movement Science Department) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Gold - 18        Date: 1 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Rodrigo Gianoni

Abstract Resume

Background: The performance jump countermovement was appointed as a sensitive tool to check the performance increase, thus , there has been technological tools for results collection.
Object: This study aims to compare system using the stride sensor Polar Bluetooth® with the contact platform System Jump Test (Hidrofit) with dimensions 100x66 (pattern) to acquire the value of jumps
in the vertical jump test to be getting more tool for monitoring performance


Methods: To conduct this study will be recruited 18 volunteers to perform two different vertical jump protocols:the squat jump (SJ) and the counter-moviment jump (CMJ). The number of
volunteers was obtained from the sample calculation generated by the software GPower® to an beta in 80%.


Results: Using Spearman approach, we found a moderate correlation in SJ test (0.7) and a strong correlation in CMJ test (0.8). 


Conclusions: There is no means difference between utilization of Polar and the Contact Platform.


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