Efectos de dos Modos diferentes de Entrenamiento de la Fuerza sobre el Rendimiento Motor en Niños
Effects of Two Different Strength Training Modes on Motor Performance in Children
Sean P Flanagan1, Loyd L Laubach1, George M De Marco1, Cesar Alvarez1, Scott Borchers1, Emily Dressman1, Claire Gorka1, Mary Lauer1, Andy McKelvy1, Melissa Metzler1, Jodie Poeppelman1, Sarah Tichar1, Kellie Wallis1, Dawn Weseli1 y Mike Riggenbach1
Department of Health and Sport Science, University of Dayton.
Artículo publicado en el journal Revista de Educación Física 2, Volumen 30, Número 1 del año 2014.
Publicado 3 de abril de 2014
Palabras clave: ventana de adaptación, entrenamiento de la fuerza con el peso corporal, entrenamiento de la fuerza c
For many years, strength training in children was considered ineffective due to insufficient levels of androgens and insecurity due to potential damage to the epiphyseal growth plates . However, current research suggests that children can safely achieve significant gains in strength , with additional engine performance benefits , health-related and psychological [ Faigenbaum , 1995, National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA ) , 1996 ] . As a result , the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (1990) and NSCA ( 1996) proposed that children could perform strength training safely , provided that the program was properly planned and supervised . In fact, the General Report on Physical Medicine & Health (Department of Health and Human Services United States , 1996) activity also encouraged children 6 years of age and to increase and maintain muscle strength and endurance .
Keywords: window adaptation, strength training with body weight, strength training