El protocolo de curl Nórdico y sus efectos en jugadores de fútbol. Una revisión narrativa.

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Alma Rico-González https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0537-2239
Arely G. Morales-Hernández https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7420-7210

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Introducción: El fútbol es un deporte de masas, que tiene millones de practicantes y fans en todo el mundo. La lesión de isquiotibiales es la más frecuente en el soccer. El curl Nórdico es un ejercicio excéntrico que es fácil de practicar y no necesita ningún accesorio para realizarse, lo que lo convierte en ideal para complementar el entrenamiento de los jugadores de fútbol y, al mismo tiempo, disminuir el riesgo de lesión. Objetivo: Realizar una revisión narrativa para establecer el efecto del protocolo de Curl Nórdico en jugadores de fútbol. Métodos: La revisión de la literatura fue realizada en tres fases. La primera consistió en la búsqueda electrónica en las bases de datos de PubMed/ Medline, Clinical Key y Scielo, para identificar los artículos relevantes publicados, entre el 2001-2019; en la segunda fase, los títulos y los resúmenes de los resultados obtenidos fueron analizados y, por último, la lectura de todos los artículos potencialmente elegibles y separarlos acorde con su temática. Resultados: 115 artículos fueron encontrados, de los cuales, 40 cumplieron con el criterio de selección. Conclusión: Con este protocolo, se genera una ganancia de fuerza, que ha arrojado evidencia para incrementar los gestos del sprint y el cambio de dirección (que son esenciales en el soccer) y también para disminuir el riesgo de lesión.

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