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AuthorPadulo, Johnny
AuthorLaffaye, Guillaume
AuthorHaddad, Monoem
AuthorChaouachi, Anis
AuthorAttene, Giussepe
AuthorMigliaccio, Gian Mario
AuthorChamari, Karim
AuthorPizzolato, Fabio
Available date2017-01-17T06:29:23Z
Publication Date2015
Publication NameJournal of Sports Sciencesen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/02640414.2014.992936
CitationJohnny Padulo, Guillaume Laffaye, Monoem Haddad, Anis Chaouachi, Giuseppe Attene, Gian Mario Migliaccio, Karim Chamari & Fabio Pizzolato (2015) Repeated sprint ability in young basketball players: one vs. two changes of direction (Part 1), Journal of Sports Sciences, 33:14, 1480-1492,
ISSN0264-0414
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5176
AbstractThe present study aimed to compare the changes of direction on repeated sprint ability (RSA) vs. intensive repeated sprint ability (IRSA) protocols in basketball. Eighteen young male basketball players performed on RSA [10 × 30-m (15 + 15-m, one change of direction)] and IRSA [10 × 30-m (10 + 10 + 10-m, two changes of direction)]. A correlation matrix between RSA, IRSA, “squat jump (SJ)–countermovement jump (CMJ)”, footstep analysis and total distance in Yo-Yo intermittent recovery level 1 was performed. The best time, worst time, total time and the number of footsteps were significantly smaller in the RSA test compared to IRSA test (P < 0.001), even though they were significantly correlated with each other (r > 0.80, P < 0.05). Blood lactate level and fatigue index did not show any difference between tests. The sensibility of the two tests assessed by the Bland–Altman analysis revealed a small bias (<1.5%) for almost all variables. Moreover, almost all time variables of the two tests were significantly correlated with the SJ (r > 0.478, P < 0.05), CMJ (r > 0.515, P < 0.05) and Yo- Yo (r > 0.489, P < 0.05) performances. The IRSA provided a reliable method for assessing specific sprint ability (with 10-m legs for IRSA ~2.3 s vs. 15 m for RSA ~3 s) with a closer link to basketball game’s actions (~2 s). Besides, IRSA could be an appropriate choice for assessing both RSA and changes of direction capacities in basketball players.
SponsorThis project was supported by grant from CONI “Italian Olympic Committee, Sardinia, Italy” [Project nr.3, A2-2012 year].
Languageen
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Subjectacceleration
Subjectbraking phase
Subjectecological validity
Subjectfield testing
Subjectperformance analysis
Subjectshuttle running
TitleRepeated sprint ability in young basketball players: one vs. two changes of direction (Part 1)
TypeArticle
Pagination1480–1492
Issue Number14
Volume Number33
dc.identifier.essn 1466-447X


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