Fiabilidad de pruebas alternativas para evaluar la fuerza y la resistenciade los músculos de la cintura pectoral (cintura escapular) del personal militar

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Propósito: Este estudio es evaluar el nivel de confiabilidad en las pruebas tradicionales y alternativas, para evaluar la fuerza y ​​resistencia de los músculos de la cintura escapular.

Material y métodos. Los encuestados del estudio fueron 47 cadetes de entre 18 y 25 años. La confiabilidad fue establecida por evaluación doble por tres supervisores seleccionados al azar entre los profesores de los departamentos para el procedimiento de prueba PhF de acuerdo con los requisitos de TPhEI y ACFT.

Resultados. La confiabilidad se calculó analizando ANOVA, ICC y diferencias de promedio utilizando los métodos de Bland-Altman. Los resultados del ANOVA no confirman diferencias significativas en los resultados estadísticos de la evaluación del supervisor. La diferencia media entre la 1.ª y la 2.ª medición es -0,234 (± 1,96 SD = 3,887 – 4,35), 3,43 (20,47 – 13,62), 0,43 (0,95 – 0,87) y 0,19 (1,82 – 1,44) veces para cada una de las 4 pruebas, respectivamente. El ICC mostró la confiabilidad superior de cada controlador para la primera, segunda medición y la confiabilidad general del ICC 1 (IC 95% 0.999-1), 0.999 (0.999-1) pruebas alternativas. El error de medición para PU, PshU, LT y Hand release pushups fue 0,301, 1,27, 0,121 y 0,068 respectivamente. Los valores SDC fueron 0.85, 3.52, 0.35 y 0.188 para PU, PshU, LT y Hand pushups.

Conclusiones. Estas pruebas demuestran un método práctico y eficaz para medir la potencia funcional.

Palabras clave: fiabilidad, probador, prueba de flexiones, flexiones hacia arriba, flexiones con liberación manual, flexión de piernas

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2022-04-08
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Alexander Piddubny, A. P., Capt. Federico Anibal Martinez Velez, C. F. A. M. V., Michael Anthonny Martinez Velez, M. A. M. V., Tzymbaliyk, Z., Palevich, S., Alexander , A., Yarovy , M., & Grishko , A. (2022). Fiabilidad de pruebas alternativas para evaluar la fuerza y la resistenciade los músculos de la cintura pectoral (cintura escapular) del personal militar. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 6(2), 1758-1773. https://doi.org/10.37811/cl_rcm.v6i2.1994
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