Jose Pino Ortega

Jose Pino Ortega
University of Murcia | UM · Departamento de Actividad Física y Deporte

PhD

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Publications (218)
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Due to the chaotic nature of soccer, the predictive statistical models have become in a current challenge to decision-making based on scientific evidence. The aim of the present study was to systematically identify original studies that applied machine learning (ML) to soccer data, highlighting current possibilities in ML and future applications. A...
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Although there is a wide range of validated devices to measure vertical jump height, the degree of interchangeability among them is currently unknown. Aims: The purpose of this study was to examine the concurrent validity and reliability of multiple devices to measure jump height in men’s handball players. Methods: Sixteen players (age = 24.0 ± 3.7...
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Background: Velocity and accelerations have been highlighted as the most critical variables in soccer. However, there is a consensus gap in defining different levels of effort. Aim: The purpose of this systematic review is to identify if it is a consensus in those articles that proposed a threshold to establish (i) movement intensity at differen...
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In Spain, students pursuing a career in athletic training, physical education, or scientific evaluation of sports enroll in a bachelor’s degree in sports sciences. This degree provides knowledge and skills in a broad array of sports settings and promotes research-based interdisciplinary knowledge. However, the student’s syllabus rarely includes spe...
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Introduction: To achieve accurate, adequate and effective quantification of training loads in cyclists, it is necessary that the test used is effective and sensitive in determining training zones, as well as sensitive to changes in the cyclist's performance. As a consequence, identification of critical exercise intensity is a crucial aspect of pred...
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The present study aimed to determine which of the neuromuscular status (NMS) monitoring tests (1: Counter-movement jump, CMJ; 2: back squat with additional load) is the most sensitive and effective for evaluating the state of fatigue in futsal players during the preseason. Seventeen professional futsal players were recruited for this study (age: 23...
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El objetivo del presente trabajo consistió en analizar las relaciones existentes entre los parámetros de carga interna (objetiva y subjetiva) y externa. La muestra estuvo compuesta por un total de 15 partidos disputados en el Eurobasket femenino U-16, donde participaron un total de nueve árbitros (6 masculinos y 3 femeninos). Las variables analizad...
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The limitation of tracking systems to assess short high intensity efforts has led to an exponential growth of inertial measurement units (IMU), capable of recording jumps at a very high sampling rate. However, the validity and reliability of each of them should be tested. This study aimed to assess the criterion validity and reliability of a new al...
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Since training/competition loads must be quickly assessed and interpreted to inform exercise prescription, big data should be simplified through multivariate data analysis. Our aim in the present research was to highlight which variables from big data analyses provided the most relevant information for describing the behavior of top-level futsal pl...
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Team-lines structures are particular subsystems determined strategically by the formation chosen by the team coach, and despite its relevance, no study has analyzed training effects on tactical behavior based on team lines. This study aimed to assess the effects of modified games playing freely and introducing artificial rules on tactical behavior...
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The purpose of this study was to describe an anthropometric, aerobic and muscle power profile of young Costa Rican basketball players according to sex, play positions and age. The assessment was carried outa on 99 young players (43 women and 56 men; 18 guards, 51 forwards and 30 centers; 42 in the U16 category and 57 in the U18 category) from eight...
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We examined the effects of different small-sided games (SSG) configurations on heart rate (HR), rating of perceived exertion (RPE), and running demands in soccer players. Twelve male soccer players (U18) participated in this randomized cross-over study. Players performed three SSG in different “fixed” and “dynamic” pitch sizes (3v3 in large (SSGL)...
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The objective of the study was to assess the impact of the sampling frequency on the outcomes of collective tactical variables during an official women’s soccer match. To do this, the first half (lasting 46 min) of an official league match of a semi-professional soccer team belonging to the Women’s Second Division of Spain (Reto Iberdrola) was anal...
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The quantification of training load has become mandatory for coaches and team staff. Within the analyzed variables, distance covered at different speed zones is one of the most studied. However, there is no consensus in the definition of speed zones in the published articles about each team sport, so it makes difficult a comparison between them. Th...
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The use of valid, accurate and reliable systems is decisive for ensuring optimal data collection and correct interpretation of values. Among other factors, it seems that sampling rate and the number of nodes determine data accuracy using LPS. Thus, the aim of this study was to assess and compare the accuracy of two UWB configurations (i.e. UWB6_18H...
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This study aimed to evaluate the reliability and the level of agreement of the ADR encoder to measure the mean propulsive velocity (MPV) of the bar in the bench press (BP) exercise on the Smith machine. Eleven males (21.6 ± 1.5 years; body mass 76.05 ± 9.73 kg) performed the protocol with isometric phase prior to concentric muscle action (PP) and t...
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The contextual factors related to training task can play an important role in how player performs, and subsequently, in how player´s train to face the competition. To date, no study has investigated the most demanding exercise in different training tasks in fe-male futsal. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the most demanding efforts during d...
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The aims of this study were: (1) to analyze how the periodization of workloads can induce states of accumulated fatigue in the short, medium and long term in indoor team sports and (2) to identify these periods of fatigue through the interpretation internal and external performance variables. This systematic review was carried out under PRISMA guid...
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The general objective of this study was to identify the variation in heart rate (HR) of Portuguese skydivers during 6 moments in their first jump of the day, bearing in mind the variable level of experience. Thirty-one Portuguese skydivers, 28 men and 3 women, aged between 19 and 62, participated in the study, 12 had A and B licenses (less experien...
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Since the analysis of worst-case scenarios (WCS) has been increasing knowledge about match demands and possible impacts for the training process, it seems important to summarize the evidence to provide useful information for the soccer community. Thus, the purpose of this systematic review was to summarize the evidence about WCS in professional soc...
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This study aimed to identify the most important variables of male and female beach handball workload demands and compare them by sex. A total of 92 elite Brazilian beach handball players (54 male: age 22.1 ± 2.6 years, height 1.8 ± 0.5 m, weight 77.6 ± 13.4 kg; and 38 female: age 24.4 ± 5.5 years, height 1.7 ± 0.5 m, weight 67.5 ± 6.5 kg) were anal...
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This study aimed to compare physical and physiological demands in youth basketball players according to gender, playing positions, and match outcomes. 64 players (32 female and 32 male) from eight youth sub-elite basketball teams were monitored using an Ultra-Wide Band system and inertial measurement unit in three consecutive matches. The results s...
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Novel viewpoints have led to an understanding that good soccer performers are capable of continuous decision-making and performing excellent motor skills in a well conditioned mental state. Our aims in this review were to: (a) summarize the effects of different conditions and constraints on a soccer player’s response and (b) identify potential trai...
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This study aimed to compare physical and physiological demands in youth basketball players according to gender, playing positions, and match outcomes. 64 players (32 female and 32 male) from eight youth sub-elite basketball teams were monitored using an Ultra-Wide Band system and inertial measurement unit in three consecutive matches. The results s...
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There is currently an increase in inertial flywheel application in strength training; thus, it must be monitored by an accurate and reliable device. The present study tested: (1) the accuracy of an inertial measurement device (IMU) to correctly measure angular velocity and (2) its inter-unit reliability for the measurement of external load. The ana...
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Inertial measurement units (IMUs) have been extensively used for measuring human motion. One particular outcome of interest in sports is vertical jump height, which is assessed in specific performance tests or actions occurring in training or match scenarios. This systematic review aimed to (1) identify and summarize studies that have examined the...
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Background: Consistent evidence suggests that exercise improves cognition and decision making, with preliminary evidence suggesting that brain-derived neurotrophic factors (BDNFs) may me-diate these effects on high-intensity interval activities such as in football playing. We conducted a systematic review of studies on football players or football...
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Inertial measurement units (IMUs) have been extensively used for measuring human motion. One particular outcome of interest in sports is vertical jump height, which is assessed in specific performance tests or actions occurring in training or match scenarios. This systematic review aimed to (1) identify and summarize studies that have examined the...
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Commonly, the monitoring of external workload has been performed using a single device on player's scapulae. The human body is a complex multi-articular system and quantification in a single location is insufficient, being necessary the assessment in multiple body locations simultaneously. Therefore, this study aimed to characterize the multi-locat...
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The aim of this study was to examine the acute effect of officiating a football (soccer) match on isometric knee flexion strength and passive hip flexion range-of-motion (ROM) in referees and assistant football referees. Twelve referees (25.3 ± 3.3 years) and twenty-three assistant referees (25.1 ± 4.8 years) underwent measurements on isometric kne...
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Recent advances in the sport technology of wearable tracking devices now allow coaches, trainers, and players to explore new variables and access data that contributes to the design of specific and individual tasks, and prepare athletes and/or teams in coherent ways based on competition demands. In this sense, microtechnology obtains information ab...
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The present study aimed to select the most critical external workload variables that explain sports performance in the Mexican male professional soccer League (Liga BBVA-Bancomer) and analyse the effect of match period and match outcome in workload demands. 480 professional soccer players that belonged to 16 Liga BBVA-Bancomerteams were registered...
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This systematic review aimed to summarise and analyse the evidence on the reliability and validity of linear tranducers (LTs) in exercises of different nature and different modes of execution. This systematic review was carried out under PRISMA guidelines, and was carried out using three databases (PubMed, Web of Sciences, and Scopus). Of the 351 i...
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Beach handball is characterized by high- and low-intensity efforts on an unstable surface. Players are expected to display high levels of physical performance on sand, though there are no data concerning success in elite players. Purpose: This study aimed to address anthropometric, fitness, and sport-specific skills components in beach handball,...
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Background Velocity and accelerations have been highlighted as the most important variables in soccer. However, there is a consensus gap to define different levels of effort. The purpose of this systematic review is to identify those articles that purposed a threshold to establish (i) movement intensity at different velocities using tracking system...
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Background: This study aimed to globally assess heat strain, dehydration, and mechanical load as acute kidney injury (AKI) indicators in amateur endurance trail athletes during a 35.3 km run. Methods: Thirty amateur experienced trail runners completed an endurance trail run (total positive ascend 1815 m). The following assessments were performed...
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Due to the high number of variables reported from tracking systems, the interest in data reduction techniques has grown. To date, principal component analysis (PCA) has been performed in soccer, but since the results depend on the variables included, a lack of objectivity continues to be of concern. The aim of this study was to highlight the variab...
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Background: This study aimed to globally assess heat strain, dehydration, and mechanical load as acute kidney injury (AKI) indicators in amateur endurance trail athletes during a 35.3 km run. Methods: Thirty amateur experienced trail runners completed an endurance trail run (total positive ascend 1815 m). The following assessments were performed in...
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The purpose of the present study was to analyze the chronotropic and cardiac autonomic response of a motorcyclist during the 7th race week of the FIM-CEV Repsol Moto2 European Championship through heart rate (HRAVG) and sympathetic-parasympathetic ratio (RS-Ps). The effect and relationships of sessions, laps and track segments were analyzed by MANO...
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Ultra-wide band (UWB) technology has become one of the most promising technologies of the future. It seems that the positioning of the antenna set influences the accuracy of the player's performance. This study was aimed to assess the influence of two different antenna positioning system shapes: (i) octagonal installation and (ii) circular installa...
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Basketball is a sport in continuous evolution, being one of these key aspects of the players' physical fitness that has an impact on the game. Therefore, this study aimed to characterize and identify the physical fitness level and profiles of basketball players according to sex. Total of 26 semi-professional basketball players were assessed (13 mal...
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In team sports, linear and non-linear displacements are combined during the game. In this sense, the importance of curvilinear trajectories and their impact on body joints have not been addressed yet. Therefore, the present research aims to: (a) describe the multi-location external workload profile during curvilinear displacements in isolated and i...
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The aims of this study were to identify the key external and internal load variables in professional futsal through principal components analysis (PCA), and analyse the physical performance required by the players in official matches. Data were collected from 14 female players during 10 matches using WIMU PROTM. The PCA selected a total of 22 varia...
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The use of technology within sport is well established, most professional sport teams engage with the use of Electronic Performance and Tracking Systems. This book is the first to offer a dep and structured examination of these technologies and how they are used in a team sport setting. The Use of Applied Technology in Team Sport describes and ass...
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Several sport performance analysis systems now exist on the commercial market providing different features of player tracking capacity. In this chapter, examples of semi-automatic camera systems will be introduced, and their common limitations will be summarized. In addition, scientific publications regarding the validity and reliability of these s...
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The use of technology within sport is well established, most professional sport teams engage with the use of Electronic Performance and Tracking Systems. This book is the first to offer a dep and structured examination of these technologies and how they are used in a team sport setting. The Use of Applied Technology in Team Sport describes and ass...
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The use of valid, accurate, and reliable systems is important for ensuring accurate data collection and the correct interpretation of values. Thus, the aim of this chapter was to summarize the evidence about the validity and reliability of local positioning systems (LPSs) to measure movement patterns in sports. Descriptions of the data are determin...
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Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) are the most widely used tracking technology for sports monitoring in outdoor conditions. Knowledge of the different aspects that can influence the measurement through GNSS is essential to obtain the best signal quality during monitorization. To do this, the different mathematical calculations and their in...
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Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) have recently been incorporated into sports monitoring. Electronic Performance Tracking Devices (EPTS) have incorporated microsensors for quantification of external load such as accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers because they are more reliable, valid and accurate than tracking technologies. This chapt...
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Due to technological developments and permission from federations such as FIFA, radio-frequency based technology (i.e. Global Positioning Systems (GPS) or Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and Local Positioning Systems (LPS)) has become popular in team sports. Today, real-time feedback is available due to the development of WBAN (Wireless...
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The neuromuscular variables most used for the quantification of load in team sports are discussed. First of all, the external load is defined, and it is explained its division into the kinematical and neuromuscular load . The neuromuscular load is defined as the force executed by the athlete, as a result of the interaction with gravity and the team...
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The accelerated growth of new technologies has led to the availability of a huge amount of data obtained during training and competition. The concept of Big Data refers to the treatment and analysis of the large amount of data, aiming to distinguish the relevant information from the general information, which offers reference recommendations on mat...
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With the creation of new technology, a series of hardware and software have been developed that allow the capture, processing, and analysis, in some cases in real- time, of a large amount of information in different settings. the collected data can be up to a thousand data per second in an amount of up to 100-–1000 variables that are usually captur...
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Heart rate variability (HRV) is becoming one of the most commonly used tools for tracking the time course of training adaptation/maladaptation of athletes and setting optimal training loads, leading to improved performance. The aim of this study was to compare Realtrack Systems manufacturer software (sPRO) with the Kubios HRV Standard. R-R interval...
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The purpose of this study was to analyze the external and internal load of Costa Rican handball referees according to sex and game periods. Nine referees (6 men and 3 women) were monitored during U19 handball matches, using an ultra-wide band local positioning system (UWB) and WIMUPro™ inertial units (IMU). The results showed a total distance of 45...
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Immunoglobulin A (IgA), which is the main effector against upper respiratory tract viruses such as severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), has been related to training load management. The aim of this systematic review was to establish the relationship between training load and salivary IgA based on current evidence in order t...
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Most of the reviews carried out in sports science have used the general items suggested by Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis (PRISMA). Due to the specific requirements of each knowledge area, several modifications of the PRISMA are necessary to optimize the process of the systematic reviews and, in consequence, the...
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The purpose of this systematic review was to summarize available evidence regarding the relationships between sleep and (i) athletic and match performance, (ii) training load, and (iii) injuries in soccer players. A systematic review of EBSCOhost (SPORTDiscus), PubMed, Cochrane Library , FECYT (Web of Sciences, CCC, DIIDW, KJD, MEDLINE, RSCI, and S...
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The external workload measured in one anatomical location does not determine the total load supported by the human body. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to characterize the multi-location external workload through PlayerLoad RT of 13 semi-professional women's basketball players, as well as to analyze differences among anatomical loc...
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Implementing ketogenic diets (KDs) in endurance athletes is currently an interesting topic. This article aimed to systematically review the effects of KDs on anthropometric, metabolic, and performance parameters in endurance sport athletes, highlighting the recommendations about how they should be used. This systematic review was performed under Pr...