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Sambandet mellan skotthastighet, handgreppstyrka samt skridskohastighet hos manliga elithockeyspelare
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Neuroscience, Åsenlöf: Physiotheraphy.
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Neuroscience, Åsenlöf: Physiotheraphy.
2020 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
The correlation between shooting speed, handgrip strength and skating speed on male elite-icehockeyplayers (English)
Abstract [sv]

Bakgrund: Sportfysioterapeuter hjälper atleter att förbättra sport-specifika förmågor. Inom ishockey är slagskottet den skotteknik som producerar den snabbaste puckhastigheten. Handgreppsstyrka har visat sig vara viktig för en hockeyspelares sport-specifika förmågor och klubbrörelser. Skridskohastighet är en viktig variabel sett till hockeyspelares övergripande prestationsnivå.

Syfte: Att undersöka den genomsnittliga maximala skotthastigheten, den genomsnittliga maximala handgreppsstyrkan och den genomsnittliga maximala skridskohastigheten hos en grupp manliga svenska elithockeyspelare och undersöka sambandet mellan den maximala skotthastigheten och den maximala handgreppsstyrkan samt skridskohastigheten.

Metod: Ett lag på tjugotre manliga elithockeyspelare tillfrågades varav tjugo deltog i studien. Endast utespelare tillfrågades. Tvärsnittstudie med kvantitativ ansats bestående av enstaka mätningar på en grupp. Skotthastighet, handgreppsstyrka och skridskohastighet mättes en gång per testperson vid tre separata tillfällen.

Resultat: Sjutton hockeyspelare slutförde studien. Den genomsnittliga maximala skotthastigheten var 128,167 km/h. Den genomsnittliga maximala handgreppsstyrkan var 60,2 kg. Den genomsnittliga skridskohastigheten var 1,405s mätt på en sträcka av 15 meter. Sambandet mellan skotthastighet och handgreppsstyrka var svagt negativt och ej statistiskt signifikant (r=-0,042; p=0,876). Sambandet mellan skotthastighet och skridskohastighet var svagt negativt och ej statistiskt signifikant (r=-0177; p=0,508).    

Konklusion: De genomsnittliga maximala värdena på skotthastighet, handgreppsstyrka och skridskohastighet är jämförbara med andra studiers värden. Sambandet mellan skotthastighet och handgreppstyrka samt skridskohastighet var svagt vilket pekar på att dessa faktorer inte är en indikator på skotthastigheten vid ett slagskott. Fler studier behövs för att stödja studiens resultat.  

Abstract [en]

Background: Sportsfysiotherapists help athletes improve their sport-specific abilities. In ice-hockey, the slap shot is the shot-technique that produces the greatest puck velocity. Hand grip strength have shown to be important to hockey players sport-specific abilities and stick movements. Skating speed is an important variable for the hockey players overall performance. 

 

Aim: To investigate the mean hand grip strength, skating speed and shooting speed on a group swedish male elite ice-hockey players and investigate the correlation between these factors.  

 

Methods: A team of twentythree male elite hockey players were asked to participate in the study. Twenty players participated. A cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach consisting of single measures on one group. Puck velocity, handgrip strength and skating speed were measured one time per player on three separate sessions. 

 

Results: Seventeen hockey players completed the studie. The mean puck velocity was 128,167 km/h. The mean hand grip strength were 60,2 kg. The mean shooting speed were 1,405s measured on a distance of 15 meters. The correlation between puck velocity and hand grip strength were not statistically significant weak negative (r=-0,042; p=0,876). The correlation between mean puck velocity and shooting speed were not statistically significant weak negative(r=-0,177; p=0,508). 

 

Conclusion: The mean maximal values of puck velocity, hand grip strength and shooting speed are comparable with similar values from other studies. The correlation between puck velocity and hand grip strength and shooting speed were weak which indicate that these factors do not affect the puck velocity from a slap shot. Further studies are needed to strengthen this study's result. 

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2020.
Keywords [en]
puck velocity, skating speed, hand grip strength, ice-hockey.
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Physiotherapy
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URN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-402352OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-402352DiVA, id: diva2:1385482
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Physiotherapy programme
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