Jesús Olmo

Jesús Olmo
Football Science Institute · Football Health&Performance Department

MD, PhD

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Abstract: Elite performance in team sports attracts the attention of the general public. In particular, the best players became incredibly skilled and physically powerful, which is a fact that potentiates the delivery of a product that is considered attractive, exciting, and competitive. Not surprisingly, this is a very valuable product from an eco...
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Top performance in team sports attracts the attention from the general public. In particular, the best players became incredibly skilled and physically powerful, a fact that potentiates to deliver a product considered attractive, exciting and competitive. Not surprisingly, this is a very valuable product from an economic and social standpoint, thus...
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In December of 2019, there was an outbreak of a severe acute respiratory syndrome caused by the Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19) in China. The virus rapidly spread into the whole World causing an unprecedented pandemic and forcing governments to impose a global quarantine, entering an extreme unknown situation. The organizational consequences...
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During COVID-19 home confinement, athletes are likely exposed to some level of detraining (i.e. the partial or complete loss of training-induced morphological and physiological adaptations), as a consequence of insufficient and/or inappropriate training stimuli. Such changes may result in impaired performance and increased injury risk if, upon rest...
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No relationships reported) Isokinetic assessment allows muscle strength and both flexors/extensors and dominant/non-dominant imbalances evaluation. When comparing isokinetic knee strength among different soccer age groups or categories there is some controversy regarding which muscular parameters determine differences between them. PURPOSE:To compa...
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Based on the limited ability of the human being to voluntarily control submaximal eccentric exertions, previous studies have indicated that isokinetic testing with a combined concentric-eccentric exercise protocol could effectively identify submaximal (feigned) effort in various muscle groups by showing an abnormally high eccentric to concentric ra...
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Patellofemoral pain (PFP) appears in actions that increase patellofemoral compressive forces such as forceful quadriceps contraction in a flexed knee position. PFP has been associated with quadriceps strength decrease and disturbances ('breaks') in the torque-angular position. Twenty two active high-level soccer players with PFP and breaks in the q...
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To determine optimal parameters for representing knee flexion and extension strength in athletes and describe reference values for track and field athletics, 248 high-level Spanish athletes of 22 different specialities and a group of 68 sedentary subjects were tested isokinetically at 60 and 300°/s. Absolute and weight normalized strength of the fl...
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Strength is an important factor in athletic performance. Although maximal strength is readily measurable using isokinetic dynamometry other parameters are needed to assess the specific explosive component of muscular strength. To identify these parameters, 41 high-level long-distance runners (17 female and 24 male) and 65 high-level sprinters (22 f...
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Las lesiones deportivas presentan una creciente prevalência, asociada con el aumento de la práctica deportiva. Tanto a niveles de competición como recreacionales, se constata una demanda del deportista para volver a la actividad de la forma más rápida y funcional posible. Se examinan en este trabajo las características de la lesión de aparato locom...

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