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Title: Does the level of training interfere with the sustainability of static and dynamic strength in paralympic powerlifting athletes?
Authors: Aidar, Felipe J.
Cataldi, Stefania
Badicu, Georgian
Silva, Ana Filipa
Clemente, Filipe Manuel
Bonavolontà, Valerio
Greco, Gianpiero
Getirana-Mota, Márcio
Fischetti, Francesco
Keywords: Muscle strength
Disabled persons
Athletic performance
Paralympic powerlifting
Issue Date: 22-Apr-2022
Citation: Aidar, F.J., Cataldi, S., Badicu, G., Silva, A.F.,Clemente, F.M., Bonavolontà, V., Greco, G., Getirana-Mota, M. & Fischetti, F.(2022). Does the level of training interfere with the sustainability of static and dynamic strength in paralympic powerlifting athletes? Sustainability, 14(9).
Abstract: Background: Paralympic powerlifting (PP) presents adaptations that the training tends to provide, mainly concerning the mechanical variables. Objective: Our aim was to analyze mechanical, dynamic and static indicators, at different intensities, on the performance of paralympic powerlifting athletes. Methods: 23 athletes of PP, 11 national level (NL) and 12 regional level (RL) performed dynamic and static tests over a comprehensive range of loads. The study evaluated regional and national level athletes and the influence on the training level on the performance of strength. The study was carried out in four weeks, with the first week to familiarize with the one repetition maximum (1RM), day 1, and there was a 72-h rest and familiarization with dynamic and static tests carried out day 2. In week 2, the 1RM tests were performed (day 1 and 72 h later), and the static tests were performed with a distance of 15 cm from the bar to the chest, with the tests of maximum isometric strength, time to maximum isometric strength, rate of force development (RFD), impulse, variability and fatigue index (IF) taking place on day 2. In weeks three and four dynamic tests were performed, including means propulsive velocity, maximum velocity, power and prediction of one maximum repeat. Results: Differences were found, with better results than for RL in relation to NL in MVP (45%, 55%, and 75% 1RM), in VMax (50%, 55%, 75% and 95% 1RM). In power, the NL had better results (40%, 45%, 50%, 60% and 95% 1RM). Conclusion: RL athletes tend to present better results with regard to velocity, however in power, NL athletes tend to present better performances.
ISSN: 2071-1050
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