FRECUENCIA DE ENTRENAMIENTO SEMANAL COMO FACTOR PREDICTOR DE LA DEPENDENCIA AL EJERCICIO EN ATLETAS RECREATIVAS

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/cpd.427221
Palabras clave: comportamiento dependiente; dependencia al ejercicio; psicología del ejercicio; ejercicio

Resumen

Este estudio transversal tuvo como objetivo investigar el papel predictivo de la edad, la frecuencia de entrenamiento y el tiempo de práctica en el grado de dependencia del ejercicio (DE) de los atletas recreativos.  participaron 159 atletas recreativos de atletismo, musculación y crossfit, con una edad media de 31.59 ± 7.98 años, del estado de Pernambuco. Los instrumentos utilizados fueron un cuestionario socio demográfico y la Exercise Dependence Scale-Revised. El análisis de los datos se realizó utilizando la correlación de Spearman y la Regresión Múltiple (p <0.05).  Los resultados mostraron una correlación significativa y positiva (p <0.05) de la Frecuencia de entrenamiento con continuidad (r = 0.16), reducción en otras actividades (r = 0.27), falta de control (r = 0.24), tiempo (r = 0.25) y puntaje general de DE (r = 0.25). El análisis de regresión múltiple reveló que solo la frecuencia de entrenamiento tenía una predicción significativa y directa sobre las dimensiones de la DE. Específicamente, la frecuencia de entrenamiento semanal explica el 1% de la variación de continuidad, el 6% de la reducción en otras actividades, el 5% de la falta de control, el 5% del tiempo y el 57% de la puntuación general de DE.  se concluye que la frecuencia semanal de entrenamiento parece ser un factor interviniente en el grado de DE en los atletas recreativos.

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20-04-2021
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Freire, G. L. M., Fortes, L. de S., Moreira, J. A. G. L. F. ., Alves, J. F. N. ., Souza, M. F. de ., & Nascimento Junior, J. R. A. do. (2021). FRECUENCIA DE ENTRENAMIENTO SEMANAL COMO FACTOR PREDICTOR DE LA DEPENDENCIA AL EJERCICIO EN ATLETAS RECREATIVAS. Cuadernos de Psicología del Deporte, 21(2), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.6018/cpd.427221
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