Juan Bonitch-Góngora

Juan Bonitch-Góngora
University of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Educación Física y Deportiva

PhD

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October 2009 - present
University of Granada
Position
  • Professor
Education
September 2004 - November 2007
University of Granada
Field of study
October 2000 - June 2004
University of Granada
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Publications (50)
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This study investigated the effects of a 3-week power-oriented resistance training programme performed at moderate altitude on the lower-limb maximal theoretical power and force-velocity (F-V) imbalance of elite judokas. Twenty-two elite male judokas were randomly assigned to either a hypobaric hypoxia or normoxia group. Mechanical outputs from an...
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Hypobaric hypoxia (HH) seems to lead to different responses compared to normobaric hypoxia (NH) during physical conditioning. The aim of the study was to analyze the hormonal and circulating ion responses after performing high-intensity resistance training with different inter-set rest under HH and NH condition. Sixteen male volunteers were randoml...
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The aim of this study was to investigate neuromuscular adaptations in elite judo athletes after three weeks of power-oriented strength training at terrestrial altitude (2320 m). Nineteen men were assigned to altitude training (AL) (22.1 ± 2.3 years) and sea level training (SL) (22.6 ± 4.1 years). Neuromuscular assessment consisted of: (1) maximal i...
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This study investigated the effect of a traditional hypertrophy-oriented resistance training (RT) session at acute terrestrial hypoxia on inflammatory, hormonal, and the expression of miR-378 responses associated with muscular gains. In a counterbalanced fashion, 13 resistance trained males completed a hypertrophic RT session at both moderate-altit...
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This study investigated the effect of a 3-week power-oriented resistance training program performed at moderate altitude on leg power output variables in a countermovement jump, a related judo technique ( ippon-seoi-nage ) and the relationship between them. Twenty-four elite male judokas were randomly assigned to a hypobaric hypoxia or normoxia gro...
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Purpose: The objective of this study was to investigate the influence of the grip width on the power-force-velocity-profile, the maximal strength, and performance during a repetition to failure test in the pull-up exercise (PU). Method: Fourteen trained males performed an incremental loading and repetitions to failure test with the PU exercise usin...
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Background and Study Aim: The high metabolic stress observed during judo bouts seems to affect the handgrip and arm pushing isometric strength and the shoulder rotation torque performance, while the are no data concerning explosive actions of the upper limbs during one or more bouts. The aim of this study was the knowledge about effect of a simulat...
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This study examined the acute effects of exposure to moderate altitude on factors associated with muscular adaptations following whole-body hypertrophy-oriented resistance training (RT) sessions. Thirteen resistance-trained males completed both counterbalanced standard hypertrophic RT sessions (3 sets x 10RM, 2 min rest) at moderate-altitude (H; 23...
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This study aimed to compare force, velocity, and power output collected under different loads, as well as the force-velocity (F-V) relationship between three measurement methods. Thirteen male judokas were tested under four loading conditions (20, 40, 60, and 80 kg) in the countermovement jump (CMJ) exercise, while mechanical output data were colle...
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This study aimed to assess the effect of acute exposure to moderate altitude on kinematic variables of the ippon-seoi-nage and on the mechanical outputs of the countermovement jump (CMJ). Thirteen elite male judokas from the Spanish Judo Training Centre in Valencia (age: 21.54 ± 2.15 years) participated in the study. All of them performed an increm...
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The aim of this study was to analyse the effect of a power-oriented resistance training (RT) intervention at moderate altitude on neuromuscular function. Twenty elite judokas were mobilized to participate in the study and divided in the control (C - sea level, n=11) and experimental (A – altitude 2320 m, n=9) group. Both groups executed a physical...
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The present study aimed (1) to compare loaded squat jump performance after an acute and chronic exposure to a moderate natural altitude between normoxia and hypobaric hypoxia conditions, and (2) to analyze the effect of an altitude training camp on loaded jump squat development. Sixteen male swimmers (17.1 ± 0.8 years) took part in a 17-day trainin...
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This study evaluated the influence of an altitude training (AT) camp on swimming start time and loaded squat jump performance. To accomplish this goal, 13 international swimmers (8 women, 5 men) were allocated to both the control (Sea Level Training, SLT) and experimental conditions (AT, 2320 m above sea level) that were separated by a one year per...
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This study aimed (1) to analyze the development in squat jump height and swimming start performance following an altitude training camp, (2) to correlate jump height and swimming start performance before and after the altitude training period, and (3) to correlate the percent change in squat jump height with the percent change in swimming start per...
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When ascending to a higher altitude, changes in air density and oxygen levels affect the way in which explosive actions are executed. This study was designed to compare the effects of acute exposure to real or simulated moderate hypoxia on the dynamics of the force-velocity relationship observed in bench press exercise. Twenty-eight combat sports a...
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Full paper published in European Journal of Sport Science: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281260528_Relationship_between_different_push-off_variables_and_start_performance_in_experienced_swimmers
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The grip is an important technical and tactical aspect through which the judokas dominate the adversary, hindering the application of appropriate techniques and favoring their own attack. The judokas must have high levels of isometric force and endurance to this type of force on the gripping muscles of the forearms, as one of the key aspects for su...
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Background & Study Aim: Judo is a combat sport in which the maintenance of handgrip strength is essential because the judokas repeat this action continuously during the struggle for grip. While descriptions of maximal isometric handgrip strength in judokas are relatively common, few data exist concerning the ability to resist successive isometric c...
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Judo is a combat sport in which the athletes attempt to hold and control their adversary through gripping techniques (kumi-kata) to apply opportune throwing techniques (nage-waza). Twelve male judo athletes, representing national teams, were recruited to investigate the changes in the maximal isometric strength in both hands before (pre) and after...
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Eleven male judoka, who compete at national level, were recruited with the aim of investigating changes in peak leg power as a result of successive judo bouts and their relationship with lactate production. The participants executed a force-velocity curve to determine peak power in a 908 squat exercise in concentric work. The group then participate...
Thesis
Tesis Univ. Granada. Departamento de Educación Física y Deportiva. Leída el 9 de noviembre de 2007

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The goal of this project is...... Funding entity: "Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, Consejo Superior de Deportes (CSD-MEC)"
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This project examines different hypoxic training-strategies on the efficacy of specific-oriented resistance training on muscle-power