Year 2017, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 1 - 5 2017-04-30

Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues

Miłosz Drozd [1] , Michał Krzysztofik [2] , Monika Nawrocka [3] , Magdalena Krawczyk [4] , Krzysztof Kotuła [5] , Alan Langer [6] , Adam Maszczyk [7]

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The basic goal of this study was to analysis of the results of the 30-m running speed test in soccer players in third soccer leagues. The study examined the group of randomly selected seventy athletes from two soccer teams from the Ekstraklasa league, two teams from the first league and two teams from the second leagues were randomized into the study group. All the measurements were performed in indoor arenas. The temperature in the arenas ranged from 22 to 24 C. Measurements were recorded in the morning (between 10:00 am and 12:00 am). The Running Speed Test was used in the study to diagnose speed potential in the athletes. The running speed was measured by means of a set of photocells located at 0m, 5m, 20m, 30m. The results obtained demonstrated that the elite-level matches are more dynamic since the players show higher values of speed parameters. Apart from starting speed, the results obtained for the distance of 5 m provide information for coaches concerning their work on special strength. The speed is indicated by the results obtained for 20 and 30 m distances, whereas flying measurements between 5/20m and 20/30m reflect inherited speed aptitudes.

Motor potential, soccer, speed, speed tests
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Subjects Social, Education, Scientific Disciplines, Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Journal Section Original Articles
Authors

Author: Miłosz Drozd
Country: Poland


Author: Michał Krzysztofik
Country: Poland


Author: Monika Nawrocka
Country: Poland


Author: Magdalena Krawczyk

Author: Krzysztof Kotuła
Country: Poland


Author: Alan Langer
Country: Poland


Author: Adam Maszczyk
Institution: Department of Sports Theory; The Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice; Poland. Mikolowska 72a, Katowice
Country: Poland


Bibtex @research article { turkjkin297067, journal = {Turkish Journal of Kinesiology}, issn = {}, eissn = {2459-0134}, address = {Nurtekin ERKMEN}, year = {2017}, volume = {3}, pages = {1 - 5}, doi = {}, title = {Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues}, key = {cite}, author = {Drozd, Miłosz and Krzysztofik, Michał and Nawrocka, Monika and Krawczyk, Magdalena and Kotuła, Krzysztof and Langer, Alan and Maszczyk, Adam} }
APA Drozd, M , Krzysztofik, M , Nawrocka, M , Krawczyk, M , Kotuła, K , Langer, A , Maszczyk, A . (2017). Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues. Turkish Journal of Kinesiology, 3 (1), 1-5. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/turkjkin/issue/29583/297067?publisher=turkjkin?publisher=turkjkin
MLA Drozd, M , Krzysztofik, M , Nawrocka, M , Krawczyk, M , Kotuła, K , Langer, A , Maszczyk, A . "Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 3 (2017): 1-5 <http://dergipark.org.tr/turkjkin/issue/29583/297067?publisher=turkjkin?publisher=turkjkin>
Chicago Drozd, M , Krzysztofik, M , Nawrocka, M , Krawczyk, M , Kotuła, K , Langer, A , Maszczyk, A . "Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 3 (2017): 1-5
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ISNAD Drozd, Miłosz , Krzysztofik, Michał , Nawrocka, Monika , Krawczyk, Magdalena , Kotuła, Krzysztof , Langer, Alan , Maszczyk, Adam . "Analysis of the 30-m running speed test results in soccer players in third soccer leagues". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 3 / 1 (April 2017): 1-5.