The research was carried out to detect changes in physical, motoric and physiological characteristics of football referees as a result of strength training. 34 active football referees
working in Çanakkale participated in the research. Football referees were randomly assigned to 2 groups (control group-KG: age 22.18 ± 2.60, height 174.70 ± 7.08, body weight 67.00 ± 8.52, BKI 21.62 ± 1.97, Strength Training Group-CAG: age 22.41 ± 3.18, height 174.05 ± 5.57, body weight 67.29 ± 7.06 BMI 21.90 ± 1.80). The physical, physiological and motoric features
of the football referees before and after eight weeks of training and between KG and KAG were tested. SPSS package program was used for research data. In the study, whether there was any difference between the two groups before strength training was compared with Mann Whitney U Test. As a result of the eight-week strength training, whether there is a difference between the pre-posttest in both groups was compared with Wilcoxon Marked Test. The control and strength training group posttest results were compared with the Mann Whitney U Test. As a result, following the 8-week strength training, it was observed that football referees had a positive improvement in their resting heart rate, total body fat percentage, vertical jump
distance, flexibility, aerobic endurance, speed and agility performances. Accordingly, it is thought that the inclusion of force exercises in referee training will be more beneficial for the physical and physiological development of football referees.
: April 24, 2020
|APA||Baydemir, B , Cirasun, V , Yurdakul, H . (2020). FUTBOL HAKEMLERİNE UYGULANAN KUVVET ANTRENMANLARININ SÜRAT, ÇEVİKLİK, AEROBİK VE ANAEROBİK KAPASİTEYE ETKİSİ . Uluslararası Dağcılık ve Tırmanış Dergisi , 3 (1) , 15-26 . DOI: 10.36415/dagcilik.726492|