Antonio Cejudo

Antonio Cejudo
University of Murcia | UM · Department of Physical Activity and Sport

Health physical exercise and injury prevention PhD

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This study aims to analyze and compare very high-intensity acceleration and deceleration in official matches in two different professional teams during three competitive seasons (Italian 3rd Division-Series C, 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22), to understand how two different training methodologies during the week influenced the performance about these pa...
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Objectives To explore the incidence, burden, and pattern of injuries in Spanish male youth soccer players during a 9-month competitive season (from September to May–June). Design Prospective cohort study. Participants 314 young (10–19 years) soccer players. Main outcome measures Incidence, burden, location, type, severity, mechanism, and circums...
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The walk is certainly the cornerstone of human mobility. The literature has focused on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of walking and how certain parameters can change after an aerobic fatigue test. Our research proposal is based, in an innovative way in literature, on the analysis of specific parameters of the gait cycle, considered high...
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The main objective of this study was to determine lower-limb range of motion (ROM) as a risk factor associated with sagittal spinal misalignments in children. Two hundred and one children (10.9 ± 0.7 years old) from five different primary schools were recruited for this retrospective case—control study. Anthropometric variables, sagittal spinal ali...
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Sidestep cuts between 60° and 180° and one-leg landings have been identified as the main mechanisms of ACL injuries in several sports. This study sought to determine intra- and inter-rater reliability of a qualitative tool to assess high-risk movements in a 90° change of direction when the test is applied in a real framework of sport practice. Fema...
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Scientific research shows that during multi-directional sprints, athletes must maintain a certain degree of stability and balance during the transition from a dynamic state, to a momentarily static state to change direction, before returning to another dynamic, acceleration. An optimal dynamic balance would help to maintain a stable centre of gravi...
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Advanced technology systems applied to sports are increasingly valid support for operators and technicians in the sector. Useful to improve the correct planning of training and therefore of the athlete as well as to the correct management of workloads developed during it and of the season. Studies carried out on the use of new dedicated technologie...
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the inertial dynamics of the Jab technical gesture in boxing. The target is to test and establish with the precision of the latest generation inertial technology the real physical parameters of the mechanical components of the technical gesture subjected to analysis to use, in the event of an expected congrue...
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En nombre del Comité Editorial de la revista Trances, el secretario de la misma CERTIFICA: El artículo realizado por los autores Moreno-Alcaraz, VJ.; Cejudo, A.; Sáenz de Baranda, P., titulado HISTORIA DEL HOCKEY LÍNEA: UNA APROXIMACIÓN A LA REALIDAD ESPAÑOLA, tras obtener una valoración positiva del comité científico, ha sido aceptado y será publi...
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Puberty is a vulnerable period for musculoskeletal disorders due to the existence of a wide inter-individual variation in growth and development. The main objective of the present study was to describe the prevalence of back pain (BP) in the past year and month in school-aged children according to sex, age, maturity status, body mass index (BMI) an...
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The aim of this study is analyze physical performance in Italian Serie A 2019-2020, after return to play post Covid-19, in the 20 club participants in the championship (n=567 players, age 27.2±1.1, value: 8.12 mln), to understand the causes of injuries that occurred during the last 12 match for the conclusion of the Serie A and variation in high...
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La debilidad y desequilibrios de los rotadores de cadera están asociados con las lesiones en los deportistas. El objetivo del presente estudio fue describir el perfil de fuerza isométrica máxima (FIM) de los rotadores internos (RIC) y externos (REC) de la cadera en jugadores senior de fútbol. Para ello, se realizó un estudio observacional, descript...
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Analysis of the flexibility profile of basketball players (BPs) can reveal differences in range of motion (ROM) by gender and also identify those players who are at higher risk for sports injuries. A descriptive observational study was conducted to determine the lower extremity flexibility profile of sixty-four basketball players and gender differe...
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Los objetivos del presente estudio fueron: revisar las lesiones más habituales que se producen en jugadores de hockey línea, identificar factores de riesgo y establecer medidas de prevención. Se realizó una búsqueda sobre lesiones en hockey línea en las bases de datos: Medline, Cochrane Library, ENFISPO, SportsDiscus, Lilacs Teseo, OVID y el metabu...
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Moreno-Alcaraz, V.J.; Cejudo, A.; Sainz de Baranda, P. (2021). Análisis de la técnica básica del patinaje hacia delante en hockey línea: fases y factores que influyen en su rendimiento. Trances, 13(6):208-220 Resumen: El patinaje hacia delante es la técnica más importante para el jugador de hockey línea. El movimiento de patinaje es único y diferen...
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It is assumed that mechanical restriction of hamstring tightness disrupts sagittal spine–pelvis–leg alignment and alters the lumbar–pelvic rhythm predisposing to low back pain (LBP) in athletes; however, this association is not clear. A prospective cross-sectional cohort study was conducted to determine the influence of hamstring extensibility (HE)...
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Athletes have higher thoracic and lumbar curvature in standing than the reference values of the non-athletic population. The sagittal integral morphotype method (SIM) assessment has not previously been applied to competitive amateur athletes (CAA). The propose of the present study was to determine the SIM of CAA treated at a sports-medicine center...
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Purpose: The aim of this study is analyze the relationship with training program and injury prevention program in professional football players during competitive season in AJ Fano Calcio 1906 srl (Italian 3rd Division Serie C, 2019-2020). In fact, it is very important for the team to try to minimize or greatly reduce the incidence of injuries to e...
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The purposes of this study were to describe the lower extremities joints range of motion (ROM) profile using a comprehensive approach in futsal players and to examine potential player position (goalkeepers vs. outfield players), competitive level (first [top] division vs. second division), number of playing years, sex (males vs. females), and bilat...
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The aims of this study were to describe the sagittal integral morphotype (SIM) of classical ballet (CB) dancers, and to establish predictor factors and their cut off values for high risk of experiencing sciatica or low back pain (LBP). This retrospective cohort study was performed in 33 female professional CB dancers. Data related to anthropometric...
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The sports performance of footballers during games and training has been the subject of research for years. Nowadays thanks to the new technologies applied to the match analysis, is possible to highlightperformance using statistical-mathematical criteria. Recent studies support that not only the phase of the match spent at high speeds are determina...
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The purpose of the researches of the ARGS group (Advanced Research Group in Sport) is to try to create specific scientific work parameters obtained with objective means, to better qualify and quantify the performance descriptors of orienteering, in this case, to better define the physiological model, an essential element to outline the real needs f...
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Según el informe de la Agencia Europea para la Seguridad y Salud en el Trabajo, el dolor de hombro (DH) es uno de los problemas de salud laboral más comunes de Europa. Esta dolencia es especialmente frecuente en los trabajadores de limpieza viaria y recogida de residuos. El proyecto Prevención y Readaptación Física Laboral (PRE-REFILAB) es una inte...
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Introducción. La auto-liberación miofascial es una intervención popularmente utilizada por los profesionales de la rehabilitación, el acondicionamiento físico y el deporte para favorecer la recuperación post-lesión y el rendimiento físico-técnico deportivo. Diferentes estudios han demostrado la eficacia del efecto agudo del foam-rolling (FR) con du...
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Responsabilidades A Diseño de la investi g ación. B Recolector de datos. C Redactor del trabajo. D Tratamiento estadísti co. E Apoyo económico. F Idea original y coordinador de toda la investi gación RESUMEN Los objetivos del presente estudio fueron: revisar las lesiones más habituales que se producen en jugadores de hockey línea, identifi car fact...
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The purpose of this study in the first instance is to evaluate objectively, with data provided by latest-generation inertial sensors, the dynamic qualities of the technical-sporting gestures such as serve in tennis. Furthermore, the possible correlation between the aforementioned data and the evaluation monitoring of the specialized technical staff...
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Range of movement (ROM) assessment is an important strategy to increase physical-technical performance and minimize the risk of sports-related injuries. Currently, there is no consensus regarding which ROM assessment method is the most appropriate. The main objective of this study was to perform a systematic review of the test batteries available f...
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Athletes may suffer from low back pain (LBP). Some studies have considered restricted range of motion (ROM) as a risk factor for LBP in athletes; however, ROM has not been evaluated in equestrian athletes (EAs) with LBP. The aims of this research in EAs were (I) to analyze the relationship between lower limb ROM (tightness and asymmetry) and LBP an...
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Low back pain (LBP) is the most common overuse musculoskeletal injury suffered by child equestrian athletes (CEA). Despite this, little is known about the risk factors related to LBP in these athletes, and very limited research has been conducted on this topic. This study was designed to investigate predictive risk factors for LBP in CEA. The purpo...
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The aim of this paper was to analyze the internal load of footballers, comparing the metabolic power (MP) approach by Osgnach and Di Prampero, derived from the external load detected using GPS or video tracking system, with the real metabolic effort gained with a portable metabolimeter used as a gold standard. Two different protocols were used. Fir...
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This study aims to examine the performance improvement in yo-yo intermittent recovery test level 2 (IR2) and official matches, during a competitive season in professional football players (Italian 3rd Division Series C, 2019- 2020). Twenty-eight (n=28) élite football players participated in this study (age 21.4±3.3; body weight 79.7±3.4; height 1...
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Background: The child's spine shows changes in posture and balance of its curvatures during growth and musculoskeletal spinal conditions are likely to develop, such as back pain (BP). Objective: The purposes of this study were (a) to describe the sagittal spinal alignment in a relaxed standing position and (b) to analyze its association with BP...
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Match analysis is of great importance for the study of performance at an individual or collective level. In this context, the notational analysis represents an element of self-evaluation to verify what is done in the field by the players in a team sport like football. Several studies have dealt with evaluating: goal scoring, influence 1st victory g...
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Moreno-Alcaráz, V.; Cejudo, A.; Sainz de Baranda, P. (2010). Epidemiología de las lesiones en hockey línea. Trances, 12(3):349-366 Resumen: El hockey línea es una modalidad deportiva similar al hockey hielo que se juega con patines con ruedas en línea y que se caracteriza por la alta velocidad del juego y por el gran nivel de habilidad de los jugad...
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Low back pain (LBP) is a common ailment in competitive athletes. Although the association between limited range of motion (ROM) and prevalence of LBP has been widely investigated in other sports, there is no research about this topic in inline hockey (IH). The main purposes of this study in IH players were (1) to analyze the association between hip...
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The global evaluation of motion patterns can examine the synchrony of neuromuscular control, range of motion, strength, resistance, balance and coordination needed to complete the movement. Visual assessments are commonly used to detect risk factors. However, it is essential to define standardized field-based tests that can evaluate with accuracy....
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La mayoría de los movimientos globales que un individuo desarrolla en su vida cotidiana o deportiva se desarrollan bajo un componente rotativo con el objetivo principal de transmitir fuerzas de la forma más óptima posible (Teixeira et al 201). Para ello, es esencial desarrollar e integrar la función del núcleo como elemento clave en los movimientos...
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During puberty, the growth of the bones is faster than that of the muscles, which may result in muscular tightness. Muscular tightness and asymmetry have been associated with an increase in injury incidence. The assessment of a joint range of motion (ROM) could help to identify athletes classified as high injury risk. The objectives of the present...
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Desde una perspectiva fundamental, se recomienda desarrollar la flexibilidad en su periodo sensible en el deporte base de acuerdo al modelo de desarrollo deportivo a largo plazo. Sin embargo, estudios previos no han analizado e interpretado el perfil de flexibilidad de jugadores de fútbol en su periodo sensible. El objetivo de este estudio fue dete...
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The passive straight leg raise (PSLR) test is widely used to assess hamstring extensibility. However, to accurately measure hamstring extensibility throughout PSLR, appropriate stabilization of the pelvis must be provided in order to minimize the possible influence of any compensatory movement in the scores reached. The main purpose of this study w...
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Resumen: La práctica deportiva lleva implícito el riesgo de lesión que es difícil de eliminar por completo. El primer paso para la intervención en la prevención de lesiones en el deporte es valorar su incidencia. Según datos aportados por estudios previos, el hockey línea ha sido asociado con un alto riesgo de lesión. Sin embargo, los valores de in...
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Limited ranges of motion (ROM) have been considered as a relevant risk factor for team sports injuries. The main purposes of the current study were to describe the lower extremity ROM profile, muscular tightness and asymmetries in elite inline hockey players and to examine sex-related differences. Twenty professional inline hockey players from 2 Sp...
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Robles-Palazón, FJ, Ayala, F, Cejudo, A, De Ste Croix, M, Sainz de Baranda, P, and Santonja, F. Effects of age and maturation on lower extremity range of motion in male youth soccer players. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2020-Restricted joint range of motion (ROM) has been considered as a primary risk factor for some sport-related injuries. C...
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To explore sagittal spinal alignment and pelvic disposition of schoolchildren in a slump sitting position is needed in order to establish preventive educational postural programs. The purposes of this study were to describe sagittal spinal alignment and pelvic tilt (LSA) in a slump sitting position and to explore the association of sagittal spine a...
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The sagittal spinal morphology presents 4 physiological curvatures that increase endurance to axial compression forces and allow adequate postural balance. These curves must remain within normal ranges to achieve a static and dynamic balance, a correct functioning of the muscles and an adequate distribution of the loads, and thus minimize the injur...
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The decision-making process about when an athlete may safely return to training and competition after an injury is a difficult decision. Safe return to training and competition is characterised by physical and psychological readiness to return to the sport. The objectives of this study are (1) to assess the measurement properties of the Psychologic...
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The use of smart devices to obtain real-time data has notably increased in the context of training. These technological tools provide data which monitor the external load and technical-tactical actions related to psychological and physical health in junior tennis players. The purpose of this paper is to monitor technical-tactical actions and physic...
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The aim of this research was to analyze the Player performance model (PPM) of 7 th Italian League using GPS Live 50 Hz (K-Sport, Montelabbate, Italy), in order to evaluate the role of the fatigue during the course of a match, analyzing it by quarters. In total were analyzed 14 matches of one team, 140 data collections (10 for each match). Matches w...
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Purpose: The aim of this study is to compare physical performance during official match (under 17 Championship Serie A and B, under 19Serie B) in two different professional football team and analyze which are the physical parameters that differentiates better under 17 (U-17) and under 19 (U-19) young elite-level football teams. Method: Forty-five (...
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Objective: To describe injury types and frequencies in Spanish inline hockey players. Design: Descriptive epidemiological study. Setting: Amateur inline hockey teams competing in Spanish leagues between 2010-2011 and 2016-2017 seasons. Participants: 154 inline hockey players (aged 10-42 years). Main outcome measurements: Injury incidence,...
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Background Physiological sagittal spinal curvatures play an important role in health and performance in sports. For that reason, several scientific studies have assessed spinal morphology in young athletes. However, to our knowledge, no study has assessed the implications of Inline Hockey (IH) practice on sagittal integrative spinal morphotype in a...
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Knowledge on back care is important to prevent back problems. The purpose of this study was to a) describe back pain and knowledge on back care related to physical activity in adolescents and b) determine the association between these two factors. This was a cross-sectional study. A total of 276 students (aged from 12 to 17 years old), from three S...
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Resumen: El objetivo de este estudio fue comprobar los efectos de un pro-grama de estiramiento con la técnica contracción-relajación-agonista-con-tracción (CRAC) sobre la capacidad de salto (CS) y el rango de movimiento (ROM). Un total de 21 jugadores de élite de fútbol sala participaron en el presente trabajo. Los participantes fueron asignados a...
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Methods Thirty-nine female adults, aged between 55 and 65 years, were selected to be involved in an observational and descriptive cross-sectional study developed in Murcia (Spain) (Table 1). Statistical Analyses Normality of the sample was assessed by Shapiro-Wilk's test. Descriptive statistics including means and standard deviations (SD) were calc...
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Context: Previous research has analyzed how the sport influences sagittal spinal curvatures in young athletes and has found that spinal curves may be modified as a consequence of repeated movement patterns and postures of each discipline. Objective: To analyze sagittal spinal alignment by equestrian discipline and its relation to training load,...
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The prevalence of shoulder pain (SP) among competitive swimmers is high, and may profoundly restrict their ability to compete. This prospective cohort study investigated the association between 3 blocks of performance factors (anthropometric characteristics, sport experience and training regimen) and the presence of SP. The aims of the present stud...
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Background: Muscle flexibility is a main component of health-related fitness and one of the basic components of fitness for the performance in some sports. Sport and health professionals require the flexibility profile of soccer to define quantitative aims in the training of flexibility. The aim of this study was to identify age-related difference...