Futsal Research: This study assessed the anthropometric and physiological characteristics of elite Melanesian futsal players in order to determine the best performance predictors.
Futsal Research: Resistance training (RT) is an effective methodology to improve the physical performance of athletes. However, up to now, no studies have addressed the RT benefits in under-20 futsal players.
This study aimed to examine fair play behaviors of futsal players in high school regarding some variables. Totally 187 high school students including 76 males and 111 females participated in the study in 2017-2018 education period.
The purpose of this study was to find out the physical performance of Finnish futsal players and analyse intensity and fatigue in official futsal games.
The purpose of this study is to compare speed, agility, anaerobic strength and some anthropometric characteristics in male football and futsal players.
The purpose of the present study was to describe performance in acceleration capacity, change of direction ability, vertical jump, horizontal jump, repeated sprint ability, and endurance in futsal players, and analyze the differences according to competitive categories or levels.
This study aimed to explore the discriminatory power of the task-related variables and the context in establishing differences in the elite futsal leagues of Portugal, Spain, and Russia.
The report produced by the AFC for the U20 Futsal Championships is very interesting reading for coaches.
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of leg blood flow restriction (BFR) applied during a 3-a-side futsal game on strength-related parameters. Twelve male futsal players were randomly assigned into two groups (n = 6 for each group) during 10 training sessions.
The University of Murcia and professional futsal coach and Sports Director at CFS Pinatar Nacho Garrido have made the first edition of their futsal experts online course.