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OBTAINING THE MAXIMUM FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE (SPECIFIC IN MOTOR CAPACITIES)

VINCENZO ALBERTO ANNESE 1, TANDIYO RAHAYU 2, M. PD SOEGIYANTO 3, and M.S. DONNY WIRA YUDHA KUSUMA 4.

Vol 17, No 09 ( 2022 )   |  DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7162294   |   Author Affiliation: Postgraduate, Study Program of Sport Education, Semarang State University 1,2,3,4.   |   Licensing: CC 4.0   |   Pg no: 1536-1550   |   To cite: VINCENZO ALBERTO ANNESE, et al., (2022). OBTAINING THE MAXIMUM FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE (SPECIFIC IN MOTOR CAPACITIES). 17(09), 1536–1550. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7162294   |   Published on: 27-09-2022

Abstract

This study investigated the perceptual and behavioral responses regarding the football how they obtain the maximum sports performance comparison between men’s and women’s football from the point of view of the motor capacities.” Subjects in this study, 18 male and 18 female players from India from an amateur sports club were involved respectively. The physical characteristics of the participants are shown in this experimental study. The players performed a battery of five tests during a normal weekly training. They were made in the period between January and March 2022. Each concerned a specific motor ability. More in detail, the speed was analysed with a 20 m Sprint, the strength with a counter movement without using the arms (CMJ), the resistance with the "YoYo Intermittent Recovery Test - Level 1 "(YYIR1), agility with the" 20 Yards Agility Run Test ”and coordination with a test characterized by running, slalom with the ball, jumping of the obstacle. We started with that of speed, then move on to that of agility, strength, endurance and conclude with that of coordination. Before each, the protocol was explained and the correct technique was demonstrated; the speed, agility, endurance and coordination tests were carried out on a synthetic grass surface, while the strength test was carried out on a natural grass surface. The present study found superiority of the male gender in the ability of speed, agility, strength and coordination, while the female gender in stamina. Thus, the hypotheses formulated in the initial moment of the research were confirmed. In fact, we had noted, on the basis of previous works, the existence of inequalities between men's and women's football, with higher parameters in the players. The resistance parameter allowed us to reach an interesting conclusion. It was not considered valid to highlight the differences between the two football realities and in particular on the female side an adequate, continuous and specific training of this ability can lead to efficient performance any sports club. The Yo-Yo IR test can be used as an indicator of the physical performance of female soccer players during all competitive matches (Bangsbo J, Krustrup P et al., 2005). Future research is required to investigate the possible effect of training loads on physical development and the effect of fitness level on match performance between genders, competition standards and age groups. Keywords: Methodology, physical performance, technical skills, mix of qualitative and quantitative research and educational preparation.


Keywords

Coach Competence, Motor Capacity, Physical Test, Performance, Selection players.