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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS 

The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2018 June;58(6):831-6

DOI: 10.23736/S0022-4707.17.07267-X

Copyright © 2017 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

lingua: Inglese

Intra-system reliability of SICS: video-tracking system (Digital.Stadium®) for performance analysis in soccer

Marco BEATO , Mikael JAMIL

Department of Science and Technology, University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK


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BACKGROUND: The correct evaluation of external load parameters is a key factor in professional soccer. The instrumentations usually utilised to quantify the external load parameters during official matches are video-tracking systems (VTS). VTS is a technology that records two-dimensional position data (x and y) at high sampling rates (over 25 Hz). The aim of this study was to evaluate the intra-system reliability of Digital.Stadium® VTS.
METHODS: Twenty-eight professional male soccer players taking part in the Italian Serie A (age 24±6 years, body mass 79.5±7.8 kg, stature 1.83±0.05 m) during the 2015/16 season were enrolled in this study (team A and team B). Video-analysis was done during an official match and data analysis was performed immediately after the game ended and then replicated a week later.
RESULTS: This study reported a near perfect relationship between the initial analysis (analysis 1) and the replicated analysis undertaken a week later (analysis 2). R2 coefficients were highly significant for each of the performance parameters, P<0.001. This study reported a mean TD=8095±3271 and 8073±3263 m in analysis 1 and analysis 2, respectively. Players reported a mean distance covered over 25 w kg-1 equivalent to 1304±673 m and 1294±672 m, and they reported a mean metabolic power of 9.65±1.64 w kg-1 and 9.58±1.61 w kg-1, in analysis 1 and analysis 2, respectively.
CONCLUSIONS: The findings reported in this study underlined that all data reported by Digital.Stadium® VTS showed high levels of absolute and relative reliability.


KEY WORDS: Soccer - Systems analysis - Time and motion studies

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