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DESCRIPCIÓN 

Su fundación data de mayo de 2007 en el programa de Ciencias del Deporte. CCRG: COL0033794
CATEGORÍA: C (Convocatoria 781 de 2017).
Establecer un proceso de profundización en las ciencias del Deporte correlacionados con la actividad física, la salud y el medio ambiente, en áreas temáticas como el Entrenamiento Deportivo y la Administración Deportiva y la Actividad Física.

PRODUCTOS DESTACADOS

Organización administrativa y productividad de las ligas deportivas bogotanas

afiliados y posibilitarles actividades de competencia continua, para detectar su talento deportivo y seleccionar, a partir de esta caracterización, a los de mayor nivel técnico, para conformar los seleccionados de la ciudad, en los distintos deportes y presentarlos a las competencias departamentales y nacionales, donde serán nuevamente escogidos, para la alta competencia, a nivel de federaciones. El presente trabajo tuvo como objetivo fundamental reconocer la desigualdad existente en las ligas deportivas bogotanas, en cuanto a desarrollo organizacional, administrativo y de productividad, lo cual, no permite que el deporte en la ciudad evolucione, de manera equilibrada, siendo importante encontrar la raíz de esta problemática, toda vez que la organización deportiva de las ligas debe ser eficiente y de alta productividad, para que el país deportivo tenga un mayor número de atletas de alto rendimiento, que lo represente en justas internacionales, mundiales y olímpicas, con buenos resultados. Con este estudio realizado, con un enfoque metodológico mixto, se logró registrar que la productividad deportiva en las Ligas de Bogotá no es uniforme y tampoco su desarrollo administrativo, lo que, seguramente, no ha permitido una evolución equilibrada del deporte capitalino.

Heart rate variability, salivary cortisol and competitive state anxiety responses during pre-competition and pre-training moments

The study aimed to investigate physiological and psychological states prior to competition and prior to training in three different demanding activities. Eighteen canoe athletes, 18 street runners and 18 jiu-jitsu fighters were included in this study (n=54). The Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2 (CSAI-2), salivary cortisol and heart rate variability (HRV) were measured at two time points (pre-training and pre-competition). Somatic anxiety (F1,42 = 15.29, p = 0.0003), HRV (F1,42 = 23.24, p < 0.0001) and salivary cortisol (F1,42 = 22.96, p < 0.0001) were significantly greater at the pre-competition measurement point than at the pre-training point, but without a main effect of the type of athlete on these variables. A main effect of the type of athlete was found on somatic anxiety (F2,42 = 6.58, p = 0.0033), cognitive anxiety (F2,42 = 10.69, p = 0.0002) and self-confidence (F2,42 = 5.42, p = 0.0080). Correlations between most CSAI-2 and physiological parameters were not significant (p > 0.05). In conclusion, the results indicated that both emotional indices and psychophysiological indices of stress are higher before competition than before training, with differences between emotional states between these sports. Although correlations between emotional states and psycho-physiological states before competition and before training were largely non significant, these findings reinforce the importance of psychological monitoring of athletes in association with traditional physiological markers such as cortisol and HRV in sportive training programmes as complementary resources to improve both competition performance and the training routine.

Heart rate variability, salivary cortisol and competitive state anxiety responses during pre-competition and pre-training moments

The study aimed to investigate physiological and psychological states prior to competition and prior to training in three different demanding activities. Eighteen canoe athletes, 18 street runners and 18 jiujitsu fighters were included in this study (n=54). The Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2 (CSAI-2), salivary cortisol and heart rate variability (HRV) were measured at two time points (pre-training and pre-competition). Somatic anxiety (F1,42 = 15.29, p = 0.0003), HRV (F1,42 = 23.24, p < 0.0001) and salivary cortisol (F1,42 = 22.96, p < 0.0001) were significantly greater at the pre-competition measurement point than at the pre-training point, but without a main effect of the type of athlete on these variables. A main effect of the type of athlete was found on somatic anxiety (F2,42 = 6.58, p = 0.0033), cognitive anxiety (F2,42 = 10.69, p = 0.0002) and self-confidence (F2,42 = 5.42, p = 0.0080). Correlations between most CSAI-2 and physiological parameters were not significant (p > 0.05). In conclusion, the results indicated that both emotional indices and psychophysiological indices of stress are higher before competition than before training, with differences between emotional states between these sports. Although correlations between emotional states and psychophysiological states before competition and before training were largely non-significant, these findings reinforce the importance of psychological monitoring of athletes in association with traditional physiological markers such as cortisol and HRV in sportive training programmes as complementary resources to improve both competition performance and the training routine. © 2019 Institute of Sport. All rights reserved.

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