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“…The main results indicated that, approximately 77% of all participants reported having reduced their weight at least once in their competitive career. The prevalence and magnitude of the weight loss was similar to that reported in the few other studies performed in adolescent judo athletes (Escobar-Molina et al,2015;Berkovich, Eliakim, Nemet, Stark, & Sinai, 2016;Mazzoccante, de Sousa, Mendes, Mendes, & Asano, 2016). Studies on combat sports have demonstrated that adult athletes begin these practices at an early age (Brito et al, 2012;da Silva Santos, Takito, Artioli, & Franchini, 2016).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
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“…The main results indicated that, approximately 77% of all participants reported having reduced their weight at least once in their competitive career. The prevalence and magnitude of the weight loss was similar to that reported in the few other studies performed in adolescent judo athletes (Escobar-Molina et al,2015;Berkovich, Eliakim, Nemet, Stark, & Sinai, 2016;Mazzoccante, de Sousa, Mendes, Mendes, & Asano, 2016). Studies on combat sports have demonstrated that adult athletes begin these practices at an early age (Brito et al, 2012;da Silva Santos, Takito, Artioli, & Franchini, 2016).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 83%
“…The use of these methods would be harmful to athletes in this younger age, as it may impair physical maturation and development and may also improve the risk of developing eating disorders as a consequence of being overly concerned with weight control in weight class sports (Sundgot-Borgen et al, 2013). Only few studies analyzed the weight loss methods used by adolescent judoka (Escobar-Molina, Rodríguez-Ruiz, Gutiérrez-García, & Franchini, 2015;Berkovich, Eliakim, Nemet, Stark, & Sinai, 2016;Mazzoccante, de Sousa, Mendes, Mendes, & Asano, 2016). There is also a lack of knowledge about how judo level of experience may affect these practices in adolescents, as in this population, many individuals' physical characteristics can increase significantly (Sundgot-Borgen et al, 2013), which may stimulate , regardless of experience or competitive level, the use of RWL methods to remain in the same weight category.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Portanto, realizar treinamentos e competições com uma dieta hipocalórica podem diminuir as reservas de glicogênio, ocorrendo uma fadiga muscular. Mazzoccante et al (2016).…”
Section: Karatêunclassified
“…Diante disso, fez-se necessário um acompanhamento nutricional, já que uma dieta hipocalórica pode gerar uma diminuição das reservas de glicogênio e fadiga muscular (Schopchaki & Wachholz, 2021). Mazzoccante et al (2016) também examinaram os métodos que os atletas de judô faziam para perder peso, e obteve resposta para o uso de exercícios físicos mais intensos, dietas hipocalóricas, saunas, agasalhos e a falta de procura por uma orientação nutricional. Entretanto, esses meios utilizados prejudicaram o desempenho na hora da competição, além de apresentarem alterações no humor.…”
Section: Consequências Das Estratégias De Perda De Peso Utilizadasunclassified