Perfil Cineantropométrico, Composición Corporal Y Somatotipo Del Plantel De Fútbol Femenino De Primera División Y Reserva Del Club Estudiantes De Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Martínez Leandro Gabriel
Universidad de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Medicina. Buenos Aires. Argentina.

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Abstract

Objective: Obtain the Kineanthropometric profile to know the body composition (emphasizing muscle and adipose mass) and the club of the club's women's football squad, in order to compare them with teams of similar level and elite. Methods: A descriptive transverse study was conducted and the anthropometric variables of restricted profile were measured in 32 players in accordance with the standards of the International Society for the advancement of kinetropometry (ISAK). The Kerr component method was used to obtain body composition and that of Heath-Carter to calculate the somatotype components. Results: Weight 58.92 ± 8.56 kg (mean ± ds); Size 160.43 ± 6.14 cm; BMI 22.88 ± 3.02; Muscle mass 41.54 ± 4.52 %; adipose mass 33.16 ± 5.17 %; Σ 6 folds 95.32 ± 27.61 mm; Somatotype 4.32-3.89-1.85, endomorph-mesomorphic classification. Conclusions: Muscle mass percentages are observed below and adipose dough above with respect to those of the teams compared, so it is necessary to increase the level of training since the improvement of these generates an advantage position for the practice of football . Longitudinal follow -up is necessary to generate a profile by position and greater studies to build those of the different levels of Argentine football.

Keywords

  • Anthropometry,
  • Teaching-learning,
  • Audiovisual material,
  • Obesity
  • Antropometría,
  • Composición corporal,
  • Fútbol femenino,
  • Somatotipo

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Leandro Gabriel, M. (2022). Perfil Cineantropométrico, Composición Corporal Y Somatotipo Del Plantel De Fútbol Femenino De Primera División Y Reserva Del Club Estudiantes De Buenos Aires (Argentina). International Journal of Kinanthropometry, 2(1), 40–48. https://doi.org/10.34256/ijk2216