Jornal de Osteoporose e Atividade Física

Jornal de Osteoporose e Atividade Física
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ISSN: 2329-9509


Relationship between Aquatic Plyometric Training and Injuries Prevention

Shimal H. Chomani*, Abdulla M. Dzai, Karzan K. Khoshnaw, Marko Joksimovic, Ana Lilic, Arazw Mahmood

Aims: To determine the relationship of aquatic plyometric training on injuries prevention and to effects on physical fitness components such as explosive strength power, agility, and speed in young football players. Understand further about this research on a continuing search to include realistic recommendations for healthy and successful programming within a range of sports for performance improvement and injury prevention.

Methods: Experimental Method with experimental and control equal groups 20 players for each group duration of the program was 2 months program of Aquatic Plyometric Training (APT) was applied to the experimental group, while the Land Plyometric Training (LPT) program applied in the control group comparing injury players during program and after between APT and LPT (Age 16.25 ± 1, height 168 ± 3 cm, body weight 61.03 ±

Results and Conclusion: Land plyometric training can be improved physical ability, but fewer effects than the APT. The success of APT increase gain edging out the increases in the LPT program, and the incidence of fewer muscle injuries and less pain, the effects of LPT and APT on muscle injury and pain were tested by assessing the pain of straight muscles and lower body injuries, it means that by aquatic plyometric training can be the prevention of the lower body injuries during the program training and competitions. This difference is attributed to the development of the APT experimental group in the special force at a rate that exceeds the LPT, which in turn led to a difference between the two groups and for the benefit of the APT group, which used the aquatic polymeric training.