ENSINO DO TREINO DA VISÃO PERIFÉRICAPARA JOGADORES DO FUTSAL
Nelson Kautzner Marques Junior
Universidade Castelo Branco
TEACHING OF THE PERIPHERAL VISION TRAINING FORFUTSAL PLAYERS
Methods: The objective of the study was to teachthe peripheral vision training for futsal players. Tenyoung futsal players with an average of 10,4±2,31years old trained indoor soccer for 25 days.Experimental group (EG) practiced 25 sessions of the peripheral vision training, control group (CG) practiced 15 sessions of the indoor soccer and theCG practiced 10 sessions of the peripheral visiontraining. The research included threechampionships in double each recording the matchand after analysis in this championship was withscout observing the matches on television. Results:EG had 80% of players of left hemisphere and 20%of athletes of right hemisphere. CG had 60% of players of left hemisphere and 40% of athletes of right hemisphere. Two way ANOVA (2 groups x 3championships) was significant for the start of theattack, the development of the attack and of thefinalization during the learning of the peripheral vision training by EG and by CG after of the third championship. Conclusion: Perhaps the EG and theCG had acquisition of the peripheral vision training.
Key w ords
: Teach, Vision, Peripheral Vision,
Recebido em: 24/10/2008 Aceito em: 02/02/2009
Revista Brasileira de Educação Física, Esporte, Lazer e Dança, v. 4, n.1, p. 34-52, mar. 2009.