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Influence of the Type of Marking and the Number of Players on Physiological and Physical Demands During Sided Games in Soccer.

Casamichana D, Román-Quintana JS, Castellano J, Calleja-González J - J Hum Kinet (2015)

Bottom Line: The results showed that the type of marking influenced the physical demands of players, with greater total distance, a player load and a work:rest ratio when man-marking was used in the 3 vs. 3 (737 m, 95 Arbitrary Units (AU) and 3.4 AU, respectively) and 6 vs. 6 (783 m, 95 AU and 5.3 AU, respectively) games (p<0.05).The number of players also had an effect on physiological intensity, with more time being spent at the <80%HRmax during the 9 vs. 9 and 6 vs. 6 games (more than 30%) compared with the 3 vs. 3 format (less than 15%) (p<0.05).These findings could help coaches to understand how the modification of different variables in sided games influences the physical and physiological demands of players.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Physiotherapy and Speech Therapy Gimbernat-Cantabria University School associated with the University of Cantabria (UC). Torrelavega, Spain.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this research was to examine the influence of two variables, the type of marking (with or without man-marking) and the number of players per team (3, 6, or 9) on the physical and physiological demands of sided games in soccer. Eighteen amateur players were monitored with GPS and heart rate devices. The following variables were analyzed: a maximum heart rate, a mean heart rate, time spent in each intensity range, total distance covered and distance covered in different speed ranges, a player load, maximum speed reached, and a work:rest ratio. The results showed that the type of marking influenced the physical demands of players, with greater total distance, a player load and a work:rest ratio when man-marking was used in the 3 vs. 3 (737 m, 95 Arbitrary Units (AU) and 3.4 AU, respectively) and 6 vs. 6 (783 m, 95 AU and 5.3 AU, respectively) games (p<0.05). The number of players also had an effect on physiological intensity, with more time being spent at the <80%HRmax during the 9 vs. 9 and 6 vs. 6 games (more than 30%) compared with the 3 vs. 3 format (less than 15%) (p<0.05). These findings could help coaches to understand how the modification of different variables in sided games influences the physical and physiological demands of players.

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The number of accelerations (n) made in the established speed ranges for each of the SGs: 3 vs.3, 6 vs. 6, and 9 vs. 9.
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f3-jhk-47-259: The number of accelerations (n) made in the established speed ranges for each of the SGs: 3 vs.3, 6 vs. 6, and 9 vs. 9.

Mentions: Figure 3 shows the number of accelerations (n) made in the different intensity ranges for each of the SGs. This analysis revealed no significant differences in relation either to the number of players or the type of marking.


Influence of the Type of Marking and the Number of Players on Physiological and Physical Demands During Sided Games in Soccer.

Casamichana D, Román-Quintana JS, Castellano J, Calleja-González J - J Hum Kinet (2015)

The number of accelerations (n) made in the established speed ranges for each of the SGs: 3 vs.3, 6 vs. 6, and 9 vs. 9.
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f3-jhk-47-259: The number of accelerations (n) made in the established speed ranges for each of the SGs: 3 vs.3, 6 vs. 6, and 9 vs. 9.
Mentions: Figure 3 shows the number of accelerations (n) made in the different intensity ranges for each of the SGs. This analysis revealed no significant differences in relation either to the number of players or the type of marking.

Bottom Line: The results showed that the type of marking influenced the physical demands of players, with greater total distance, a player load and a work:rest ratio when man-marking was used in the 3 vs. 3 (737 m, 95 Arbitrary Units (AU) and 3.4 AU, respectively) and 6 vs. 6 (783 m, 95 AU and 5.3 AU, respectively) games (p<0.05).The number of players also had an effect on physiological intensity, with more time being spent at the <80%HRmax during the 9 vs. 9 and 6 vs. 6 games (more than 30%) compared with the 3 vs. 3 format (less than 15%) (p<0.05).These findings could help coaches to understand how the modification of different variables in sided games influences the physical and physiological demands of players.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of Physiotherapy and Speech Therapy Gimbernat-Cantabria University School associated with the University of Cantabria (UC). Torrelavega, Spain.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this research was to examine the influence of two variables, the type of marking (with or without man-marking) and the number of players per team (3, 6, or 9) on the physical and physiological demands of sided games in soccer. Eighteen amateur players were monitored with GPS and heart rate devices. The following variables were analyzed: a maximum heart rate, a mean heart rate, time spent in each intensity range, total distance covered and distance covered in different speed ranges, a player load, maximum speed reached, and a work:rest ratio. The results showed that the type of marking influenced the physical demands of players, with greater total distance, a player load and a work:rest ratio when man-marking was used in the 3 vs. 3 (737 m, 95 Arbitrary Units (AU) and 3.4 AU, respectively) and 6 vs. 6 (783 m, 95 AU and 5.3 AU, respectively) games (p<0.05). The number of players also had an effect on physiological intensity, with more time being spent at the <80%HRmax during the 9 vs. 9 and 6 vs. 6 games (more than 30%) compared with the 3 vs. 3 format (less than 15%) (p<0.05). These findings could help coaches to understand how the modification of different variables in sided games influences the physical and physiological demands of players.

No MeSH data available.