PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMANDS IN FOOTBALL, FUTSAL AND BEACH SOCCER: A BRIEF REVIEW

Werlayne S. S. Leite

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Football, futsal and beach soccer are modalities classified as Team Sports. Within this category, these modalities are still classified as invasion games. The objective of this work is to make a brief review of the physiological demands present in each of these modalities by checking similarities and differences between them. In football, approximately 90% of energy consumption comes from aerobic metabolism. The average intensity varies between 80-90% HRmax. VO2max varies between 50-75 ml∙kg-1∙min-1, according to the different field positions. In futsal, the average intensity varies between 85-90% HRmax. With regard to aerobic capacity, VO2max values between 50-55 ml∙kg-1∙min-1 seem to be ideal. In addition to aerobic capacity, futsal also needs high-capacity anaerobic, the most of the decisive actions of the game takes place in efforts not greater than 5s. The beach soccer, because it is played on beach sand, has increased the intensity of exercise. Thus, the presence of the muscle strength is very important. The average intensity is greater than 90% HRmax during most of the match. Anaerobic capacity is also essential; the duration of high intensity efforts is less than 2s. We can conclude that it is common and essential to the 3 modalities a great aerobic capacity. The intensity of a futsal match, and especially of beach soccer, is more pronounced than in a football match. Thus, both futsal and in beach soccer, is also indispensable a high anaerobic capacity and a greater presence of the muscle strength.

 

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physiological demands, team sports, football, futsal, beach soccer

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