Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada

Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada
University of Valencia | UV · Department of Physical Education and Sports

PhD in physiology

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September 2018 - September 2023
University of Valencia
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Publications (148)
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The aim was to analyze the effect of compression tights on skin temperature in women with lipedema and to assess the effect of different knitting on skin temperature. Twenty-four women with lipedema (Grade I = 25%; Grade II = 75%) were divided into three groups according to the compression tights prototype assigned: control (n = 9), Flat (n = 7) an...
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This preliminary study aimed to assess skin temperature (Tsk) asymmetries before and after on-court training in elite young tennis players and to find the correlation between these asymmetries and demographic data, racquet characteristics, and pain and fatigue variation. Thermal images of nine tennis players were taken before and after two and a ha...
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The response of female cyclists depending on the functional test duration has not been studied. This study aims to analyse the effect of modification of the duration of two different functional tests: Wingate (WAnT) and Functional Power Threshold (FTP) in female cyclists. Fourteen cyclists (27 ±8 years, 1.66 ±0.08 m, and 60.6 ±7.2 kg) performed 2 t...
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Small skin temperature asymmetries are claimed to indicate injuries, but the influence of measurement conditions and technical aspects of image acquisition are concerns for determining temperature asymmetries. This research determines whether distance and camera specifications affect thermal asymmetries detection. We simulated thermal asymmetries f...
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Valencian handball consists in hitting the ball with the hands and it may contribute to injury development on the hands. This study aimed to analyze skin temperature asymmetries and recovery after a cold stress test (CST) in professional players of Valencian handball before and after a competition. Thirteen professional athletes and a control group...
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The use of rubrics in the evaluation of oral presentations has been associated with several benefits for students. However, it is unknown whether students with better academic marks and greater self-regulation find the use of rubrics more useful or not. This paper aims to assess the relationship between how students perceive the use of a rubric and...
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Infrared thermography (IRT) has become popular in several areas of knowledge. However, the analyses of thermal images often request manual actions, and little is known about the effect of the evaluator's experience on analysis thermal images. Here, we determine the reproducibility of IRT images analysis performed by evaluators with different levels...
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El análisis técnico-táctico se ha convertido en una pieza clave en el rendimiento del voleibol. Por tal motivo, el objetivo de esta revisión sistemática fue profundizar en las últimas tendencias de investigación aplicadas al análisis técnico-táctico del voleibol de alto nivel. Para ello, se llevó a cabo una revisión sistemática de la literatura sig...
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Human thermoregulation is the integrative physiological responses of the body used to maintain a core temperature with values close to 37 °C, even in a wide range of activities and environments [...]
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Background: Different supports for hydration can influence total body mass and affect running biomechanics. Research question: Do different hydration supports affect the perceived exertion and comfort, stride kinematics, and impact accelerations during running? Methods: This was a crossover study design. Thirteen trail runners completed a treadmi...
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En la innovación de los procesos de evaluación, las rúbricas se plantean como una herramienta que favorece la participación del alumnado y estimula el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. El objetivo de este estudio es profundizar en el desarrollo, evaluación y mejora de las rúbricas en las clases de biomecánica deportiva. Tres profesores y 48 alumnos...
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La implicación del alumnado en el proceso de evaluación ha aumentado en las Enseñanzas Superiores mediante el uso de rúbricas. Sin embargo, el diseño del instrumento es una tarea compleja y se debe adecuar a cada asignatura para garantizar una adecuada evaluación. El objetivo del estudio ha sido identificar posibles diferencias en los resultados de...
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Una de las estrategias que ayuda al estudiante a sintetizar y organizar la información, puesto que fomenta su correcto archivado, es la creación de minivídeos educativos. Los estudiantes del Grado de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte (CAFD) transmiten al profesorado la dificultad de asimilar las ideas principales de los temas de la asign...
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Running pacing has become a focus of interest over recent years due to its relationship with performance, however, it is still unknown the consistency of each race in different editions. The aim of this study is to analyze the consistency of pacing profile in three consecutive editions of three marathon races. A database of 282,808 runners, compile...
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A new method to monitor internal training load from muscle oxygen saturation using near-infrared spectroscopy could be of practical application for research and training purposes. This technology has been validated in different scientific fields, including sport science, and Humon Hex and Moxy are two leading brands. However, its relationship with...
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La danza es una disciplina artística que combina la destreza del movimiento corporal con la expresividad de emociones, sentimientos e ideas. Sin embargo, generalmente la expresividad queda en segundo plano tanto en el proceso de enseñanza como en su evaluación. En ese sentido, el objetivo del presente estudio fue diseñar y validar una rúbrica para...
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Concepts about motor unit recruitment are important learning contents in exercise physiology and biomechanics classes that are usually taught theoretically. In the last few years, great advances have occurred in the decomposition of surface electromyography, allowing the learning of theoretical contents in an experimental way. In this tutorial pape...
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Fatigue can be classified as peripheral or central depending on the extent of its effects. Muscle strength reduction, associated with the appearance of fatigue during running, produces kinetics and kinematics modifications which could lead to an increased risk of injury. This study aimed to analyze the effect of peripheral and central fatigue proto...
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Skin temperature assessment has received much attention as a possible measurement of physiological response against stress produced by exercise and research studies usually measure skin temperature 24 or 48 h after exercise. Scientific evidence about skin temperature evolution during the 24-hour period immediately after exercising is, however, scar...
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Scoping review. To summarize information on the physiological effects of compression stockings (CS) in individuals with spinal cord injuries (SCI) and suggest areas for future research. We asked, “What are the physiological effects of CS use in individuals with SCI?” Original studies of patients with SCI regardless of sex and age that focused on SC...
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The use of minimalist shoes (MS) in running involves changes in running mechanics compared to conventional shoes (CS), but there is still little research analysing the effects of this footwear on plantar pressure, which could help to understand some risk injury factors. Moreover, there are no studies examining the effects of a prolonged running and...
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The aim was to determine which performance indicators show significant differences in connection with age category and team’s level in women's international volleyball. The competitions analyzed were Senior Volleyball Nations League (n= 130 games) and U20 (n= 64 games) and U18 (n= 63 games) World Championships held in 2019. The results obtained in...
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Background Athletes with spinal cord injury (SCI) have difficulties in maintaining thermal homeostasis during exercise due to their lower sweat capacity and skin vasodilation. Skin temperature assessment, as opposed to core temperature, has become more widely accepted due to its non-invasive nature. The aim of this systematic review was to collate...
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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a pain disorder that can be triggered by injuries or surgery affecting most often limbs. Its multifaceted pathophysiology makes its diagnosis and treatment a challenging work. To reduce pain, patients diagnosed with CRPS commonly undergo sympathetic blocks which involves the injection of a local anesthetic d...
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The objective of this systematic review was to assess the methods to determine bicycle saddle height and the effects of saddle height on cycling performance and injury risk outcomes. The key motivator of this review was to update and expand the finding reported by a previous narrative review published in 2011. The literature search included all doc...
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Although dynamic thermography skin temperature assessment has been used in medical field, scientific evidence in sports is scarce. The aim of the study was to assess changes in anterior thigh skin temperature in response to a cold stress test after a strength exercise fatiguing protocol. Ten physically active adults performed a familiarization sess...
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Compression and temperature manipulation are discussed as strategies to improve performance markers and recovery in sports. Here, we investigate the effects of compression stockings made with fabric, either combined or not with heating and cooling substances, on variables related to running performance and recovery. Ten trained runners (mean ± stan...
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The objective of this preliminary study was to determine the reproducibility of lower limbs skin temperature after cold stress test using the Game Ready system. Skin temperature of fourteen participants was measured before and after cold stress test using the Game Ready system and it was repeated the protocol in four times: at 9:00, at 11:00, at 19...
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This study aimed to assess the effect of a marathon running at a hot environmental temperature on the baseline skin temperature (Tsk) of the posterior day and to analyze the relationship between Tsk response and muscle damage markers variation. The Tsk, creatine kinase, and lactate dehydrogenase of 16 marathon runners were assessed four times befor...
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The use of rubrics can be an especially useful tool to align the teaching, learning and evaluation processes of oral presentation. Its validity is essential to assess academic performance and may be influenced by student self-regulation. The objective of the study was to determine the perception of validity and utility of a rubric for students of t...
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Infrared thermography (IRT) has gained popularity in sports medicine for determining whether changes in skin temperature relate to pain and muscle damage. Such a relationship would support IRT as a non-invasive method to monitor these physiological responses. However, the literature remains controversial. Here, we determine the relationship between...
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Objective: The temperature of the sole of the foot has been suggested as an alternative to the measurement of plantar pressure during running despite the scarce evidence about their relationship. The temperature of the footwear outsole could also be representative of plantar pressure distribution due to its less multifactorial dependence. The aim...
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The Short-Time Fourier transform (STFT) is a helpful tool to identify muscle fatigue with clinical and sports applications. However, the choice of STFT parameters may affect the estimation of myoelectrical manifestations of fatigue. Here we determine the effect of window length and overlap selections on the frequency slope and the coefficient of va...
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Power output is considered one of the best tools to control external loads in cycling, but the relationship between a target power output and the physiological responses may suffer from the effects of road gradient, which is also affected by cyclist specialization. The objective of this study was to determine the effects of cyclist specialization o...
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The use of custom-made foot orthoses has been associated with numerous benefits, such as decreased impact accelerations. However, it is not known whether this effect could be due to better customisation. The present study analysed the effects of the first generation of a microwavable prefabricated self-customised foot orthosis vs. a prefabricated s...
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Amateur runners usually run carrying implements in their hands (keys, a mobile phone, or a bottle of water). However, there is a lack of literature about the effects of different handloads on impact accelerations. Thus, this study aimed to analyse the effects of carrying different objects in the hand on impact accelerations during running. Nineteen...
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Lumbar sympathetic blocks (LSBs) are commonly performed to treat pain ailments in the lower limbs. LSBs involve injecting local anesthetic around the nerves. The injection is guided by fluoroscopy which is sometimes considered to be insufficiently accurate. The main aim was to analyze the plantar foot skin temperature data acquired while performing...
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Infrared thermography (IRT) has been gaining in popularity in clinical and scientific research due to the increasing availability of affordable infrared cameras. This study aims to determine the similarity of measurement performance between three models of IRT camera during assessment of skin temperature before and after physical exercise. Three mo...
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Biomechanics was defined by Hatze in 1974 as the study of the movement of living things using the science of mechanics [...]
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Sports science is a field with remarkable growth in the use of the infrared thermography in recent years. Examples of applications include, but are not limited to, monitoring risk of sport injuries, thermoregulatory responses to exercise, monitoring Formula One tires during racing, evaluating exercise recovery, and evaluating equipment and garments...
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This study aimed to analyse differences in pacing profiles in four marathon competitions and to explore that pacing per time category. A database of 91,493 runners gathered from 4 different races was analysed (Valencia, Chicago, London and Tokyo Marathon). Participants were categorized in accordance with their completion time. The relative speed of...
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Objective: To analyse skin temperature asymmetries in response to asymmetrical exercise demand in archers. Approach: Skin temperature of the trunk and upper limbs was measured in 30 archers with an infrared camera in three different moments: before (Pre), immediately after (Post), and 10 min after (Post10) a simulated competition (18 warm-up sho...
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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) indicates the presence of muscle damage and impairs force production and control. Monitorization of DOMS is useful to improving recovery intervention plans. The magnitude of DOMS may relate to muscle fatigue, which can be monitored by surface electromyography (EMG). Additionally, growing interest has been expres...
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The study aimed at assessing the acute physiological effects of running a 65-km vs a 107-km mountain ultramarathon. Nineteen athletes (15 males and 4 females) from the shorter race and forty three athletes (26 males and 17 females) from the longer race were enrolled. Body weight, respiratory and lower limb strength were assessed before and after th...
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Although strength imbalances using isokinetic dynamometer have been examined for injury risk screening in soccer players, it is very expensive and time-consuming, making the evaluation of new methods appealing. The aim of the study was to analyze the agreement between muscular strength imbalances and skin temperature bilateral asymmetries as well a...
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The aim of the study was to evaluate an automatic thermographic software package (ThermoHuman®) for assessing skin temperature on the soles of the feet before and after running and to compare it with two manual definitions of the ROIs. 120 thermal images of the soles of the feet of 30 participants, at two measurement points (before and after runnin...
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In sport disciplines with high levels of muscle damage such as an ultra-trail competition, full body compression garments (FBCG) may have an ergogenic effect during the recovery process. The aim of the study was to assess the influence of FBCG worn for 24 h immediately after a 107-km ultra-trail on delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), muscle damag...
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Context: Although skin-temperature assessment has received much attention in recent years as a possible internal-load measurement, scientific evidence is scarce. Purpose: To analyze baseline skin temperature and its rewarming through means of a cold-stress test before and after performing a marathon and to study the association between skin temp...
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There is a lack of evidence about the effect of different type of foot orthoses on plantar surface temperature. Moreover, that effect could be different depending on gender due to anatomical and physiological differences between men and women. The aim of the study was to analyze the effect of a thermoformable prefabricated foot orthosis on plantar...
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The aim of the study was to evaluate skin temperature of feet soles before and after a provoked asymmetrical running. Seventeen recreational male runners performed two 15 min running tests in the same session. In the first test, participants performed running without modifying their running technique (control condition). In the second running test,...
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The aim of this technical report is to present a preliminary study carried out to define the methodology to be employed for further research on assessing the effect of sweating on infrared thermography and thermal contact sensors after moderate intensity running. Nine recreational runners participated in this preliminary study. Participants ran for...
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Foot orthoses are one of the most used strategies by healthy runners in injury prevention and performance improvement. However, their effect on running kinematics throughout an intense prolonged run in this population is unknown. Moreover, there is some controversy regarding the use of custom-made versus prefabricated foot orthoses. This study anal...
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The study of the diagnostic accuracy of Infrared Thermal Imaging in the diagnosis of orthopaedic injuries in childhood has been motivated by the high incidence of these injuries throughout the world, being one of the most common reasons for urgent medical consultation. Diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries usually involves radiography, but this exp...
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La utilización de los soportes plantares para la mejora del rendimiento y la prevención de lesiones durante la carrera se ha incrementado en los últimos años. No obstante, existe gran controversia en relación a sus mejoras [1]. Se ha diseñado un nuevo soporte plantar prefabricado, que se adapta a la ergonomía del pie del usuario por termoconformaci...
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Ten recreational female runners participated in two tests for 30 minutes at 80% of their maximum aerobic speed on treadmill, each on a condition of insole: 1) with runners’ usual footwear (control condition) and 2) with thermoformable prefabricated insole. Skin temperature of the foot sole was measured using a thermographic camera (FLIR E60bx) in d...
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Una de las competencias transversales fundamentales en el ámbito universitario es la exposición oral. Las rúbricas pueden ser una herramienta especialmente útil para promover su desarrollo y alinear los procesos enseñanza-aprendizaje y la evaluación de la misma. El objetivo principal del estudio ha consistido en determinar la validez y utilidad que...
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The use of prefabricated and custom-made insoles during running has been increased recently with the aim to improve performance and reduce injury risk. However, there is a great controversy regarding their improvements (1). A second generation of thermoformable prefabricated insole has been designed in order to improve the ergonomic adaptation to t...
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There are controversial results in the literature concerning the concept that cumulative training load could affect basal skin temperature in the days following training sessions. The objective was to measure skin temperature in triathletes during a training camp with cumulative training load. Ten male recreational triathletes involved in a trainin...
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Objective: Foot orthoses are increasingly used by runners despite the controversy about whether their use can reduce the risk of overuse injuries. Some authors have found modifications in plantar pressures with the use of foot orthoses, which could produce changes in the surface skin temperature of the foot soles. The aim of this study was to analy...
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Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the association between skin temperature response and the physiological stress after a half marathon. Approach: Seventeen runners were measured 48 h before, 24 h before, 24 h after and 48 h after completing a half marathon. The measurements on each day of testing included blood markers (cre...
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Approach: Children affected by oncological diseases are often fitted with central venous catheters (CVCs). Catheter infection is a frequent complication, sometimes accompanied by thrombosis. A case/control-type pilot study of children with oncological diseases fitted with a CVC is here designed. Objective: The objective of this preliminary study...
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Although cycling has been associated with overuse/fatigue and acute injuries, there is lack of information regarding associated risk factors and prevention factors. The objective of the study was to determine the factors associated with injury, and perceptions of discomfort and pain in cyclists. A total of 739 cyclists completed an online questionn...
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Although bike fitting is recommended to help reduce injury risk, little empirical evidence exists to indicate an association between bike fitting and injury incidence. The aim of the study was to determine the effect of bike fitting on self-reported injury, comfort, and pain while cycling from a worldwide survey of cyclists. A total of 849 cyclists...
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The use of infrared thermography has been shown to be useful in several areas. Its applicability in medicine is based on the fact that the skin emits spontaneously and continuously infrared radiation, whose body distribution is symmetrical in a healthy individual. Infrared thermography can offer an alternative to X-rays for a large number of diseas...