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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoEfecto de un protocolo de entrenamiento de fuerza y pliometría, comparado con el entrenamiento habitual, sobre los indicadores de fuerza explosiva y la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud de un grupo de jugadoras de baloncesto de la categoría infantil del municipio de Sabaneta - Antioquia en un periodo de 10 semanas(2021) Arévalo Cano, Valeria; Cadavid Quintero, Diego Alejandro; Pinzón Pinzón, Carlos Brandon; Vásquez Vergara, José Leonardo; Pérez Bedoya, Edison AndrésIntroduction: The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of a force and plyometry training protocol, compared to the usual training, on explosive strength indicators and quality of life related to the health of a group of basketball players of the children's category of the municipality of Sabaneta-Antioquia over a period of 10 weeks. Method: Twenty-two teenage female athletes between the ages of 12 and 17 were randomly assigned to an experimental group (GE; n. 11) and a control group (GC; n. 11). Participants were evaluated at the beginning and after the squat jumping training program (SJ), counter-movement jump (CMJ), Abalakov test and medical balloon throwing (MBT) and health-related quality of life (CVRS) Results: No statistically significant results were had in explosive force indicators, although it is clear that the GE is above the GC minus in the MBT indicator. CVRS had a statistically significant result in mental health p≤0.01 where the GC obtained 56.85±3.74 and GE 49.48±8.29, however, this does not indicate that CVRS is in a bad perception for the GE group, considering that a score equal to or greater than 50 is a seemingly good perception of CVRS. Discussion: It is not common to perceive pliometric training during basketball seasons, because they are given priority to technical and tactical aspects, in addition to the high intensity during practices. However, because of the characteristics of the sport it is necessary to combine training programs that contain strength and pliometry. Conclusion: Strength training, combined with pliometry, does not appear to have a statistically significant effect on explosive force indicators in basketball players. Likewise, despite not altering perception versus CVRS, this type of protocol does not increase the level of physical and mental satisfaction of the players