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Ugotavljanje asimetrij v moči zadnje stegenske mišice s pomočjo testa "enonožni most zadnje lože" : diplomsko delo
Mahnič, Nik (Author), Rauter, Samo (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Šimenko, Jožef (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Cilj diplomske naloge je bil dokazati uporabnost terenskega testa ”enonožni most zadnje lože”. Z njim smo ugotavljali vzdržljivost v moči zadnje stegenske mišice ter morebine asimetrije, ki se pojavljajo med nogama. Glede na dobljene rezultate lahko določimo potencialne možnosti za poškodbo posameznega merjenca. Vzorec merjencev je sestavljalo 37 nogometašev Nogometnega kluba Rudar. Sodelovali so kadeti in mladinci stari od 14 do 18 let. Meritve so potekale med samim procesom treninga v sklopu letnih pripravah. Pri meritvah smo uporabili že omenjeni test “enonožni most zadnje lože”. Za potrebe meritev smo potrebovali mehko podlago in škatlo v višini 60 cm, na katero so merjenci naslonili merjeno nogo. Za potrebe statistične obdelave smo uporabili kratko anketo z vprašanji o dominantni nogi, prejšnjih poškodbah itd., za računalniško statistično obdelavo pa program SPSS 22.0 (IBM corporation, New York, ZDA). Podatki normalno porazdeljeni, zato smo uporabili statistično metodo parnega T-testa. Analiza rezultatov je pokazala značilne razlike (p=0,010) med levo in desno nogo. Podatki ankete so prav tako pokazali, da pri merjencih prejšnje poškodbe niso bile izrazito povezane z rezultatom meritev. Meritev enonožni most zadnje lože predstavlja, hitro, enostavno in dobro orodje za zaznavo splošne moči in asimetrij v moči zadnje stegenske mišice nogometašev.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:nogomet, poškodbe, zadnja stegenska mišica, testiranje, asimetrija, vzdržljivost v moči
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FŠ - Faculty of Sport
Year:2018
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Language:English
Title:Testing muscle strength asymmetry of hamstrings with the field test "single leg bridge test"
Abstract:
The aim of this thesis was to prove the usefulness of the “single leg bridge test” field test in soccer. Using this test, we measured the endurance in power of hamstring muscles and the potential asymmetry that appears between legs. Depending on the results obtained, we can determine the possibility extent of individual hamstring muscles to get injured. We tested 37 young soccer players from Soccer club Rudar. We had two different selections, U17, and U19 (juniors and cadets). They were tested during their summer preparations for the upcoming season. We performed the test in the field during their afternoon training. For testing, we used the above-mentioned »single leg bridge test«. In order to perform the test, we used a soft pillow and a box, which measured 60 cm in height. We used the box for the testees to place on the leg which was measured. We also prepared a survey to get some personal information about previous injuries, dominant leg etc. For statistical purposes, we used SPSS 22.0 (IBM Corporation, New York, ZDA). All the data were normal, so we used the Paired samples T-test. The analysis showed statistic differences (p=0,010) between right and left leg. Results showed that there was no significant difference between players who had suffered injuries before and previously non- injured athletes. Results has shown that 40% of young football players suffers from below average hamstring strength. Single leg bridge test is a fast, simple and quality test to get results for asymmetries in hamstring of football players.

Keywords:Soccer, injuries, hamstrings, testing, asymmetry, strength endurance

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