Effects of far-infrared emitting ceramic materials on recovery during 2-week preseason of elite futsal players

Nunes, Renan F.H., Cidral-Filho, Francisco J., Flores, Lucinar J.F., Nakamura, Fabio Y., Rodriguez, Harrison F.M., Bobinski, Franciane, De Sousa, Amanda, Petronilho, Fabricia, Danielski, Lucineia G., Martins, Maryane M., Martins, Daniel F., and Guglielmo, Luiz G.A. (2020) Effects of far-infrared emitting ceramic materials on recovery during 2-week preseason of elite futsal players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 34 (1). pp. 235-248.

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Abstract

We investigated the effects of far-infrared emitting ceramic materials (cFIR) during overnight sleep on neuromuscular, biochemical and perceptual markers in futsal players. Twenty athletes performed a 2-week preseason training program and during sleep wore bioceramic (BIO; n = 10) or placebo pants (PL; n = 10). Performance (countermovement jump [CMJ]; squat jump [SJ]; sprints 5, 10, and 15-m) and biochemical markers (tumor necrosis factor alpha-TNF-α, interleukin 10-IL-10, thiobarbituric acid–reactive species [TBARS], carbonyl, superoxide dismutase [SOD], catalase [CAT]) were obtained at baseline and after the 1st and 2nd week of training. Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and training strain were monitored throughout. Changes in ΔCMJ and ΔSJ were possibly (60/36/4 [week-1]) and likely (76/22/2 [week-2]) higher in BIO. Both groups were faster in 5-m sprint in week 2 compared with baseline (p = 0.015), furthermore, BIO was likely faster in 10-m sprint (3/25/72 [week 1]). Significant group × time interaction in %ΔTNF-α were observed (p = 0.024 [week-1]; p = 0.021 [week-2]) with values possibly (53/44/3 [week 1]) and likely (80/19/1 [week 2]) higher in BIO. The %ΔIL-10 decreased across weeks compared with baseline (p = 0.019 [week-1]; p = 0.026 [week-2]), showing values likely higher in BIO (81/16/3 [week-1]; 80/17/3 [week-2]). Significant weekly increases in %ΔTBARS (p = 0.001 [week-1]; p = 0.011 [week-2]) and %ΔCarbonyl (p = 0.002 [week-1]; p < 0.001 [week-2]) were observed compared with baseline, showing likely (91/5/4 [week-1]) and possibly (68/30/2 [week-2]) higher changes in BIO. Significant weekly decreases in %ΔSOD were observed compared with baseline (p = 0.046 [week 1]; p = 0.011 [week-2]), and between week 2 and week 1 (p = 0.021), in addition to significant decreases in %ΔCAT compared with baseline (p = 0.070 [week 1]; p = 0.012 [week 2]). Training strain (p = 0.021; very -likely [0/2/98]; week 1) and DOMS was lower in BIO (likely; 7 sessions) with differences over time (p = 0.001). The results suggest that the daily use of cFIR clothing could facilitate recovery, especially on perceptual markers during the early phases of an intensive training period.

Item ID: 62259
Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 1533-4287
Keywords: team sports, muscle damage, inflammation, performance
Copyright Information: © 2018 National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Funders: National Council of Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), Santa Catarina State Research and Innovation Funding Agency (FAPESC), Coordination of Improvement of Staff of the Higher Level (CAPES), University of South Santa Catarina (UNISUL)
Date Deposited: 12 Feb 2020 07:43
FoR Codes: 42 HEALTH SCIENCES > 4207 Sports science and exercise > 420702 Exercise physiology @ 100%
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