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BC was assessed in 70 professional indoor team sport players. Significant differences between playing positions in basketball in body mass BM , height, proteins, minerals and arms, legs and trunk BM were found. Significant differences were also found in BM of each playing position groups in the three sports and in arms and legs BM in groups 1 and 2, and trunk BM and height in group 2.
Group 3 presented significant differences between futsal and basketball in skeletal muscle mass and trunk BM, and between basketball and handball in left leg BM and total BM. In group 4 significant differences in BM, height and trunk and leg BM between futsal and handball were found. BC in indoor team sports depend on the playing position and the sport discipline, the BC being result of the specific game actions of each playing position.
BC is one of the most important pillars of the kinanthropometry, closely related with the athlete's ability to reach the highest performance Porta et al. The study of BC includes different corporal regions analyzes Wang et al. Nowadays there are other valid instruments extensively used as the electrical bioimpedance BIA that presented a high correlation with the DXA Gibson et al.
BC plays a crucial role in the physical team indoor sport performance: an excess of fat mass acts as a dead body mass in activities where the body must be repeatedly lifted during locomotion and jumping, decreasing performance and increasing energy demands. Previously, researches focused on BC attempted to analyze the physical and anthropometrical characteristics of basketball Popovic et al. In basketball and handball, players' body mass was the limiting factor that determined their playing position Drinkwater et al.
Specifically in basketball, results showed that center were taller, heavier and presented a higher percentage of body fat than forwards and point guard Lamonte et al. Moreover, in handball back centers, goalkeepers and back wingers were heavier than wingers and forward center Moncef et al. Also in soccer players differences were found between playing positions, especially in body mass and height between the goalkeeper and the rest of playing positions Silvestre et al.
However, to the best of our knowledge, there is no research that has studied body composition in futsal players, or studies that provide normative data of body segmental composition legs, trunk and arms and differences among playing positions in indoor team sports. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to analyze the body composition and the differences in body composition among playing position in professional basketball, handball and futsal players.
It was hypothesized that differences among playing positions would be detected. A cross-sectional experimental design was conducted to analyze the BC of professional male basketball, handball and futsal players according to their playing position.
Prior to participation, the experimental procedures were explained to all the participants, who gave their voluntary written informed consent. The study was designed in compliance with the recommendations for clinical research of the World Medical Association Helsinki's Declaration.
The protocol was reviewed and approved by the local ethics committee.
To confirm the hypothesis of the study 70 professional male athletes were analyzed during the regular season. Players were also divided in 4 different groups depending on the playing position.
The characteristics of the fourth groups are showed in Table I. Table I. Body composition characteristics of players depending on the sport modality and the playing position Methodology.
In Body is a multifrequency impedance plethysmograph body composition analyzer, which uses an eight-point tactile electrode method to take readings from the body. It measures resistance at five specific frequencies 1 kHz, 50 kHz, kHz, kHz, and 1 MHz and reactance at three specific frequencies 5 kHz, 50 kHz, and kHz on each of five segments right arm, left arm, trunk, right leg and left leg.
Bioelectrical-impedance analysis is one of the methods available for measuring body composition in sporting populations and InBody provides a precise analysis for body development status and balance; analysis of items by segment and different body indexes are used as essential data for exercise prescription.
The reliability of bioelectrical-impedance analysis compared to other body composition measurement methods, like DXA, has been successfully demonstrated Shafer et al.
In order to carry out the tests, the participants stood upright on foot electrodes on the instrument platform, with legs and thighs apart and arms not touching the torso. They were barefooted and without excess clothing.
Four-foot electrodes were used, two of which were oval-shaped and two heel-shaped, and prior to testing both the skin and the electrodes were cleaned and dried. Participants were asked to grip the palm and thumb electrodes two of each electrode per athlete. Body height was measured using Seca Seca Ltd. Body composition parameters were determined directly. Data were electronically imported to Excel using Lookin'Body 3.
The system was calibrated prior to each testing session.
Statistical analysis. Data obtained were statistically treated using the SPSS v Normality of data was tested with the Shapiro-Wilk test. For parametric data, two factors playing position x sport ANOVA was used to determine significantly differences in BC among playing positions with a Bonferroni post hoc comparison.
For non parametric data, a Mann- Whitney U test was used to compare average values and Kolmogorov-Smirnov Z test was used to determinate the significant differences between variables. In futsal players no significant differences were found Table IV. Handball players of group 1 had higher values of body mass and SMM and basketball players' presented the higher fat mass values.
We also found significant differences between the three sports in extracellular water; legs and arms body mass variables Fig. Table II. Body composition data in basketball players. Table III. Body composition data in handball players. Rechenberg, J.
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