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Monitoring Workload and Performance Response to Taekwondo Training
This study compared the association between Foster’s and Banister’s TRIMP methods for quantifying internal training load and training stimuli responses. Methods: A group of twenty-two Taekwondo competitors were divided ...
La recolección, utilización y almacenamiento de datos biométricos sensibles en deportistas: insumos para la carrera de Educación Física
Collection, Use and Storage of Sensitive Biometric Data for Athletes: Inputs for Physical Education Majors
Recientes avances tecnológicos, incluyendo espacios de almacenaje y algoritmos computacionales, permiten la recolección y almacenaje de una amplia cantidad de variables biométricas asociadas al rendimiento deportivo. El ...
Periodization Model for Costa Rican Taekwondo Athletes
The purpose of this article is to describe the conditioning of elite taekwondo competitors based on the block-periodized training model. this model of periodization has been used by the Costa Rican National Taekwondo Team ...
Lack of Agreement between Polysomnography and Accelerometry Devices for Measuring Sleep Efficiency and Movement in University Students
The aim of the study was to determine the convergent validity of a portable polysomnograph and an accelerometer for measuring sleep efficiency and movement in college students. Volunteers were 29 healthy students (males ...
A meta-analysis on the effects off exercise training on VO2 max in children and adolecents
Meta análisis de los efectos del entrenamiento en el VO2 máx en niños y adolescentes
The chronic adaptations of the cardiovascular system to exercise training in children and adolescents yield inconclusive results, in spite of previous meta-analytic evidence. The aim of this meta-analysis was to determine ...
The association between sleep efficiency and physical performance in Taekwondo athletes
Asociación entre la eficiencia del sueño y el rendimiento físico en atletas de Taekwondo
Sleep is considered as a part of the recovery process from training, and it is an integral feature in the athlete’s continuous training control and monitoring. There is still limited evidence regarding the association ...
Referee’s bias explain red color advantage in Taekwondo
Previous research supports the notion that wearing red color uniforms enhances human performance in sports competitions; however, such results might have been contaminated by referees’ bias. The purpose of this study was ...
Reducing training volumen during tapering improves perfromance in taekwondo athletes
There is a lack of evidence on periodization models in Taekwondo. Purpose: This study evaluated the effects of reducing the training volume during tapering on fitness and motor performance variables in Taekwondo ...