Daniele Detanico

Daniele Detanico
Federal University of Santa Catarina | UFSC · Departamento de Educação Física

PhD

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January 2013 - present

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This narrative review aims to describe and provide usage directions for different types of judo-specific assessments based on the physical demands required by athletes during training and competition. Several judo-specific tests have been developed to test different physical capacities (e.g., aerobic and anaerobic capacities, strength-endurance, et...
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This study aimed to analyze the distribution of judo matches in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games considering matches in the regular duration (≤4 min) and during the extra time (golden score) according to match duration, sex, scores, penalties, phases of competition, weight categories and judo techniques. The data were extracted from the Official Result...
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This study aimed to identify the technical-tactical variation through the index of performance and types of techniques in high-level judo in the 2020 Olympic Games. The data were extracted from the Official Results Books considering the competition performance of 393 competitors. Nage-waza katame-waza and scoring index, and the classification of te...
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Background: The present study investigated highly trained male judo athletes and how a 5% body mass dehydration affects their judo-specific performance and physiological responses. Methods: Nine highly trained international-level male judo athletes who are weight-cyclers voluntarily participated in the study. The study had a controlled crossover...
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The interest in the benefits of caffeine in combat sports has grown exponentially in the last few years, evidenced by the significant rise of post-competition urine caffeine concentration. We conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis on the effects of caffeine on different performance variables in combat sports athletes. In total, we included 2...
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The goal of this study was to verify whether physical components (anthropometric, physiological and neuromuscular), as well as training characteristics, could predict cycling performance during maximal incremental and time-to-exhaustion tests. Twenty male cyclists volunteered to participate in this study and performed an incremental cycling ramp te...
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Context: The participation of judo athletes with disabilities in competitions has increased over the years as well as the burden of sports-related injuries and illnesses in this population. However, there is limited knowledge about sports-related injuries in judo athletes with different disabilities. Objective: To investigate the prevalence of i...
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Objectives: The aim of this study was to compare time-trial performances in elite para-triathlon athletes, according to visual classes, sex, and medal distribution. Design: The data were acquired from official books on Para Triathlon World Cups (2018-2020). The sample included 150 athletes with visual impairment (VI), in classes: PTVI1, PTVI2, a...
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This study aimed to verify the behavior of physiological, perceptual, and performance responses during a high-intensity exercise in judo athletes and to identify if this protocol is able to discriminate athletes from different levels (national vs. state). Forty-five male judo athletes participated and were divided into two groups: state (age 24.2 ±...
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This study aimed to describe the bilateral deficit (BLD) during the countermovement jump (CMJ) in judo athletes and determine the relationship between the BLD and judo-specific performance. Fourteen male judo athletes participated. The athletes performed tree specific judo tests: Maximal Sprint Speed Judo Test, Maximal Aerobic Speed Judo Test, Spec...
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Purpose: To compare body size measurements and physical performance among female youth judo athletes with differing menarcheal status and to identify indicators of physical performance in post-menarcheal girls. Methods: Nineteen young female judo athletes (age 13.9 ± 2.3 years) were divided into a pre-menarche (n = 7) and a post-menarche (n = 12) g...
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The objective of this study was to analyze the ranking scores in Paralympic judo athletes in different visual impairment classifications (B1, B2 and B3) and describe the frequency of athletes of each classification allocated in the first five and last five positions in the ranking list. Four hundred and eighty-eight judo athletes with visual impair...
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This study aimed to compare the effects of three different foci of attention (external focus, global internal and specific internal focus) on vertical jump performance. Thirty-two recreationally active males participated in this study and performed the jumps at three different foci of attention conditions. The specific internal focus was based on t...
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Purpose: The aim of this study was to verify the effects of internal and external focus of attention, and a control condition on the performance, physiological and perceptive responses in a judo-specific all-out interval protocols. Methods: Fifteen male judo athletes participated of this study and performed two judo-specific protocols: maximal velo...
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The aim of the present study was to compare shoulder internal rotator and external rotator isokinetic parameters in concentric and eccentric contractions between volleyball players with and without a history of shoulder injury. Thirty male volleyball players participated of this study, divided into two groups: with a history of injury (WHI) in the...
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This study aimed to test the reliability, sensitivity, construct and logical validity of an adapted Special Judo Fitness Test (SJFT) for judo athletes with visual impairment . Twenty judo athletes with visual impairments performed both the adapted SJFT with tactile and sonorous stimuli (experimental conditions) and the typically administered SJFT (...
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In Paralympic judo for athletes with vision impairment (VI judo) all eligible athletes (i.e. B1, B2 and B3 classes) compete against each other in the same competition. Evidence suggests that athletes with more impairment may be disadvantaged, but that more sensitive measures of performance are necessary to understand the impact of impairment on per...
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Identifying performance variables associated with visual impairment classification in para-cycling is one of the steps to improve the evidence-based classification system, and consequently, bring equality in Paralympic sports. Thus, this retrospective study aimed to analyze a 1-km tandem track race performance among para-cyclists (male and female)...
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PurposeThis study aimed to analyze the health-related body composition and muscle strength performance in male and female Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) practitioners and to verify the upper and lower limbs bilateral asymmetry in these individuals.Methods Forty-three BJJ practitioners participated of this study, 20 men and 23 women. The individuals perf...
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This study aimed to describe the frequency of video review (VR) used during international judo matches. The duration and time of VR occurrence and the effect of VR on subsequent referee’s decisions and match outcomes were investigated. Video recordings from the matches in which the VR was used in the 2020 Grand Slams (n = 122) were analysed. The ma...
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BACKGROUND: Repetitive stretch-shortening cycle exercises generate high rates of mechanical work and consequently induce substantial muscular fatigue related to delayed neuromuscular functions OBJECTIVE: To investigate the neuromuscular impairment after high-intensity exercise protocols involving different gravity loads in stretch-shortening cycle...
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Background. The ranking system can be considered a measure of athletes' performance. In addition, countries with high performance are expected to have better athletes. Problem and Aim. The present study aimed to verify whether ranking scores and country performance by competitors differ between winners and losers; and whether ranking scores and cou...
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Objective. This study aimed to correlate the physiological and neuromuscular parameters with the Jiu-Jitsu Anaerobic Performance Test (JJAPT). Methods. Fourteen male Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) athletes (27.3 ± 3.7 years) participated in this study. The athletes were assessed on three occasions separated by 48-hour intervals: a) vertical jump and in...
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PurposeThis study aimed to describe self-selected intensity and its relationship to performance during a high-intensity all-out judo protocol, and to verify whether athletes with different anaerobic speed reserve (ASR) perform differently during a high-intensity all-out interval uchi-komi (judo-specific skill).Methods We analyzed the performance of...
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This study aimed to analyze whether judo experience, somatic maturation, growth, and physical capacities discriminate young judo athletes from different competitive levels (state and national). Sixty-six young male judo athletes (36 from state and 30 from national level) participated in this study, divided from the annual competitive season. The as...
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O objetivo foi verificar a reprodutibilidade e a sensibilidade de variáveis derivadas do salto com contra movimento (CMJ) na detecção de pequenas, moderadas e grandes alterações e se a capacidade das variáveis em detectar fadiga é dependente do volume do exercício fatigante. Dezessete homens fisicamente ativos realizaram dois protocolos de fadiga,...
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PurposeThis study aimed to verify the relationship between physical capacities and distance covered during simulated matches in young futsal players.Methods Sixteen under-19 male futsal players of regional level (age 18.1 ± 0.96 years, body mass 67.4 ± 9.7 kg, height 176 ± 5 cm) participated in this study. Players performed the futsal intermittent...
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Purpose. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between vertical jump parameters—jump height (JH), peak power output (PPO), and mean power output (MPO)—and specific physical performance in different sports using the allometric approach. In this sense, it was verified whether scaled power output for body mass may have a stronger correlation wi...
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Introduction and purpose: Judo is a sport where athletes compete according to their weight categories. It is known that athletes frequently resort to rapid weight loss and suffer from dehydration. However, the effects of dehydration on athletes' performance have not been studied. Therefore, the aim of this study was to demonstrate the effect of 5%...
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The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence, magnitude, and methods of rapid weight loss (RWL) in visually impaired (VI) judo athletes, and compare these aspects between males and females. Thirty VI judo athletes (20 men and 10 women) completed a validated questionnaire to assess information about the magnitude and methods of RWL. Simple...
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Objective To verify the effects of successive judo matches on interlimb asymmetry and bilateral deficit in judo athletes. Design Repeated measures; Setting University Judo center. Participants Fourteen male judo athletes. Outcome measures Four simulated matches consisting of 4-min. Before the first match and after each match athletes were submi...
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Background. The contribution of physical performance to the ranking list position of athletes would provide indications about the importance of monitoring their physical conditioning through neuromuscular and judo-specific tests.Problem and aim: verify if neuromuscular and judo-specific performance may predict the ranking list position of state-lev...
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This study aimed to analyse unilateral countermovement jumps (CMJ) performance and muscle soreness in lower limbs, as well as to compare lower limb asymmetry over 48 h after a stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) fatigue protocol. Fourteen judo athletes performed unilateral CMJ on each leg before, and after the 5th and 10th sets over 24 h and 48 h of an...
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Purpose This study aimed to verify the relationship between bilateral lower limb asymmetry and performance in the Special Judo Fitness Test (SJFT). Methods Twelve male judo athletes (23.0 ± 3.9 years) participated in this study. Athletes irst performed ultrasonography assessments and unilateral countermovement jumps (CMJ), and 48 h after they perfo...
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Background: Physiological capacities are continuously developed throughout childhood and adolescence enhancing physical performance, but the years of formal training also contribute to performance improvements seen in young athletes. Thus, identifying the variables that may predict performance in young athletes is important for monitoring and plann...
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This study aimed to analyze if the ratio standard or the allometry is the best scaling methods of handgrip strength (HGS) for body mass (BM) in judo athletes and non-athletes, and to verify if the HGS mean values are higher in judo athletes than non-athletes when the BM effect is removed. One hundred and forty-two individuals, being 88 judo athlete...
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Objective: Investigate the acute effects of repeated combat sports matches on vertical jump and handgrip strength performance in grappling and striking modalities. Design: Systematic review. Methods: PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science databases were searched. The following eligibility criteria for selecting studies were adopted: Population: Co...
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Purpose: to determine the individual contributions of chronological age, somatic maturation, body size and composition, and training experience as indicators of performance in neuromuscular and judo-specific assessments in young athletes. Methods: sixty-six youth judo athletes participated in this investigation, who performed anthropometric measure...
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The aim of this study was twofold: to analyze the test retest reliability and sensitivity of jiu-jitsu “anaerobic” performance test (JJAPT) variables, and to determine the construct validity of JJAPT by comparing groups of athletes with different levels and technical profiles. Sixty Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) athletes participated in this study. The...
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The aim of this study was to identify the existence of bilateral deficit (BD) on maximal handgrip strength during standing and seated positions in judo athletes and to correlate this with judo-specific tasks. Nineteen male judo athletes (age 22.1 ± 4.6 years) performed unilateral and bilateral handgrip strength tests in seated and standing postures...
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Purpose This study aimed to verify the relationship between physical tests and match-derived performance in official judo matches, considering the weight category. Methods Forty-one judo athletes participated in the study (19 women and 22 men), were divided into two groups according to weight category (lightweight and heavyweight) and were evaluat...
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Purpose This study investigated the effect of 12 weeks of mat Pilates intervention (60 min sessions, three times per week) on lower limb rate of force development (RFD) parameters (absolute and relative values and contractile impulse) in physically active and overweight elderly women. Methods Fourteen elderly women (age 62 ± 3 years) participated...
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In judo competition for visual impairment, athletes of different classes compete against each other in the same category; B1 athletes are totally blind, whereas B2 and B3 athletes are partially sighted. To test for potential competition disparities due a single category of athletes, this study aimed to compare competitive and technical-tactical per...
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Fatigue and muscle damage negatively affect performance in lower limb exercises involving the stretch-shortening cycle in judo athletes during competition and training sessions. Photobiomodulation therapy has emerged as an effective non-invasive strategy to attenuate fatigue and muscle damage when applied before different types of exercises. Our ob...
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PURPOSE: Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) has emerged as an effective non-invasive strategy to attenuate fatigue and muscle damage when applied before different types of exercises; however, there is no evidence regarding PBMT effects on fatigue and muscle damage in judo athletes. Thus, the aim of our study was to investigate the PBMT effect on fat...
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Resumo: A força efetiva (FE) é a componente da força aplicada perpendicularmente ao pedivela que produz torque positivo. A FE representa a efetividade da pedalada e pode ser influenciada por vários fatores, como por exemplo, a cadência de pedalada. Diante disso, o presente estudo teve como objetivo comparar a FE durante testes máximos com diferente...
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This study aimed to analyze neuromuscular and postural control in visually and nonvisually impaired judo athletes. Two judo athletes, one visually impaired and the other nonvisually impaired, participated in the study. The athletes presented similar demographic, anthropometric, and judo-technical characteristics. They performed maximal isometric ha...
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This study analyzed the effects of caffeine ingestion during judo matches on judo athletes’ match-derived performance and perceived exertion responses. We applied a double-blind randomized crossover (caffeine vs. placebo conditions) research design. Twelve male athletes performed three 5-minute matches separated by 15 minutes of passive rest. Immed...
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This study aimed to investigate the relationship between physical performance and attack attempts and effectiveness in official judo matches with different durations. Thirty-eight judo athletes participated in this study and performed the countermovement jump (CMJ), handgrip strength test (HGS), Judogi Grip Strength Test (JGST) and Special Judo Fit...
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Uchi-komi Fitness Test (UFT) is a specific judo test that evaluates physiological fitness of judo athletes in similar conditions to judo matches. Neuromuscular parameters obtained by generic and judo-specific tests would aid to get more information about its criterion validity. This study aimed to analyse the relationship between UFT and shoulder e...
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In the last two decades, the International Judo Federation (IJF) has been implementing a series of changes in its official rules, in order to improve efficiency and achieve more dynamism in judo combat. The aim of the present investigation was to analyze the effects of judo rule changes proposed by IJF in three periods (2011, 2016 and 2017), consid...
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This study analyzed the relationship between generic and judo-specific physical test performances and technical–tactical competition performances among 19 female judo athletes. Participant data were gathered in two stages: (a) physical tests—countermovement jump (CMJ), handgrip strength, Special Judo Fitness Test and Judogi Grip Strength Test; and...
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This study aimed to identify types and sites of body injury, location of injury occurrence, and the mechanism and severity of injuries in novice and advanced Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) athletes. One hundred and eight BJJ athletes took part in this study separated in two groups: advanced (n = 53) and novice (n = 55). Athletes answered a questionnaire...
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The purpose of this study is to compare the athletes’ scores, penalties and efficiency between of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016, and identify which variable determines the winner of the matches. A total of 608 matches in the Olympic and Paralympic Games were analysed. Total relative scores (ippon, wazari and yuko), penalties (shido per...
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In the last two decades, the International Judo Federation (IJF) has been implementing a series of changes in its official rules, in order to improve efficiency and achieve more dynamism in judo combat. The aim of the present investigation was to analyze the effects of judo rule changes proposed by IJF in three periods (2011, 2016 and 2017), consid...
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This study aimed to verify the effect of caffeine intake on blood lactate concentrations and neuromuscular and technical-tactical performance during simulated judo matches. Fourteen male judo athletes received capsules containing caffeine or placebo and were evaluated in both conditions. Before the baseline and 1 hour after the caffeine/placebo int...
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This study aimed to verify the effect of judo matches on handgrip strength and perceptual responses during an official tournament in medalists and non-medalists. Thirty-four male judo athletes participated in an official judo tournament. Before the first match and immediately after each match, maximum isometric handgrip strength and rate of perceiv...
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Background & Study Aim: Judo is an Olympic sport with an intermittent nature due to the large variety of technical-tactical actions and constant interruptions during competition. Technical-tactical analysis of judo matches may be performed using different indicators. This study aimed is the relationship between generic and judo-specific tests and t...
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Background: Judo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) are grappling sports, in which the athletes of both modalities require a combination of powerful actions in the upper and lower limbs. In the lower limbs, power actions are observed in several judo throwing techniques, and the guard passes, sweeps, takedowns in the BJJ matches. Aim: To compare the kine...
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The study aimed to analyse the methods and magnitudes of rapid weight loss (RWL) in judo team members in distinct periods before the biggest state competition in Southern Brazil. Twelve male judo athletes took part in the study. The data collection was performed in three periods: (1) three months before the biggest state competition, (2) one week b...
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This study aimed to identify whether the ratio standard is adequate for the scaling of peak power output (PPO) for body mass in athletes of different sports, and to verify classification agreement for athletes involved in different sports by using PPO scaled for body mass and jump height (JH). One hundred and twenty-four male athletes divided in th...
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O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar parâmetros neuromusculares (salto vertical e força de preensão manual) e de equilíbrio em judocas com deficiência visual. Foram avaliados dois judocas (um do sexo masculino e um do feminino). As seguintes avaliações foram realizadas: equilíbrio bipodal, sendo analisado o centro de pressão (COP), saltos verticais...
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This study aimed to analyse the effects of a simulated Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ) tournament on vertical jump performance, grip strength test and perceived effort responses. 22 male BJJ athletes participated in a simulated tournament consisting of three 7 min matches separated by 14 min of rest. Kimono grip strength test (KGST), counter movement jum...