Acute effects of different stretching and warm up protocols on some anaerobic motoric tests, flexibility and balance in junior male judokas

Keywords: judo, performance, sprint, strength, vertical jump

Abstract

Background and Study Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate acute effects of different warm-up and stretching protocols, on 30 m. sprint, flexibility, vertical jump, strength, balance and anaerobic power performances in junior male judokas. Material and Methods: Twenty sub-elite 11-14 year old judokas who volunteered to participate in the study (age: 12,25±0,96 years; height: 1,52±0,11cm; body mass: 48,06±14,22 kg). This study consist of four different stretching and warm up protocols; without stretching (WS); static stretching (SS); dynamic warm up (DW); dynamic+static warm up (DSW). Results: The effect of the four stretching and warm up protocols were analysed by an ANOVA for repeated measures (WS x SS x DW x DSW). After stretching and warm up protocols, 30 m. sprint values are statistically significance (p<0.05). There was find statistically significant between WS and DSW, SS and DW, DW and DSW (p<0.05). There were no significant difference is found on flexibility values between four stretching and warm up protocols (p>0.05). There was only significant difference is found between WS and SS (p<0.05). Altough leg strength performance wasn’t statistically significant (p>0.05), there was found significant differences between WS and DSW, SS and DSW in favour of DSW (p<0.05). Other parameters like vertical jump, balance and back strength performance weren’t statistically significant after four stretching and warm up protocols. Conclusions: Consequently it is suggested for coaches and judokas that SS are required for developing flexibility performance and DSW can suggest for leg strength improvement.

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Author Biographies

Özgür Eken, İnönü University
ozgur.eken@inonu.edu.tr; Department of Movement and Training Science, Inonu University, Malatya, Turkey.
Mehmet Z. Özkol, Ege University
zeki.ozkol@gmail.com; Department of Movement and Training Science, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey.
Saadet R. Varol, Ege University
ranavarol@gmail.com; Department of Movement and Training Science, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey.

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Published
2020-08-30
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Eken Özgür, Özkol M, Varol S. Acute effects of different stretching and warm up protocols on some anaerobic motoric tests, flexibility and balance in junior male judokas. Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports. 2020;24(4):169-74. https://doi.org/10.15561/26649837.2020.0403
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