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Miguel Fuentes Lozano
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España
Pablo J. Gómez López
España
Vol. 3 Núm. 2 (2021): Journal of physical education and human movement, Artículos, Páginas 7-16
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/JPEHMjpehmjpehm.v3i213035
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El siguiente estudio analizó la fiabilidad de un nuevo dispositivo (Humon Beta, Dynometrics, Inc. Boston), de onda continua (continuous wave, CW), evaluando la Sm02 del vasto lateral dominante durante cuatro estadios (basal, calentamiento, ejercicio, recuperación) a través de un protocolo de esquí alpino en simulador. Trece participantes sanos fueron evaluados mediante un diseño de medidas repetidas (test re-test) con 48 horas de separación entre pruebas. Los resultados muestran tendencia a la fiabilidad, absoluta y relativa para las medidas de Sm02 pico y media durante los cuatro estadios (CV: 5,14 – 12,90; ICC: 0,40 – 0,87). La SmO2 es un condicionante limitador del rendimiento, por consiguiente, su posible modificación mediante el entrenamiento sería beneficiosa para el desarrollo de esta práctica deportiva. El dispositivo CW-NIRS puede ser una herramienta fiable para monitorizar los cambios de la SmO2, en diferentes estadios para los esquiadores de esquí alpino, dando información fisiológica relevante para la práctica.

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