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Abstract


Genç Erkek Futbolcularda Farklı İki Dikey Sıçrama Testi ile Sprint ve Yön Değişim Zamanı Arasındaki İlişki

The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between change of direction speed, acceleration, and maximal velocity using both the countermovement jump and squat jump for young soccer players. A total of 77 healthy male soccer players who played football in different amateur clubs, regularly practiced soccer training voluntarily participated in this study. Youth soccer players tested for speed over 10 and 30 m, CODS (T-test, 505 change-of-direction) and power (countermovement jump and squat jump). Pearson’s correlation was used to determine relationships between all parameters. Players displayed a significant negative weak correlation between counter movement jump, squat jump, T-test and 505 change-of-direction speeds. When anaerobic power and agility performances were assessed, a weak negative correlation was found between countermovement and squat Gmax and T-test while a moderate correlation was found between the 505 Agility Test. There was a moderate negative correlation between the countermovement jump and 10-m acceleration test and 30-m maximal speed test. A negative weak correlation was also found between squat jump and 10-m acceleration test and moderate correlation between 30-m maximal speed test. When the relationship between anaerobic power and speed tests was examined, it was found that there was a weak negative correlation between countermovement Gmax and squat Gmax and 10-m acceleration test, while moderate negative correlation was detected between countermovement Gmax and squat Gmax and 30-m maximal velocity test. Also, a significant negative moderate correlation between 10-m acceleration test values of the athletes and 505 Agility Test and T-test was determined. There was a negative moderate to strong correlation was found between 30-m maximal speed test values of the athletes and 505 Agility Test and T-test. In conclusion, it can be said that muscle power has positive effects on sprint abilities of youth amateur soccer players.



Keywords
Soccer, agility, power, change of direction speed, linear speed



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