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Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara

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Rodríguez Rodríguez

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    Marca un ippon a tu evaluación.
    (Dykinson, 2022) Merino Fernández, María; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; Alarcón Guerrero, Rafael; Moreno Heredero, Berta
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    Inteligencia emocional en un equipo femenino de alto rendimiento.
    (Dykinson, 2022) Merino Fernández, María; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; Alarcón Guerrero, Rafael; Moreno Heredero, Berta
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    ¿Cómo perciben los alumnos la utilización de la técnica “sketchnoting” en el aula?.
    (Dykinson, 2022) Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; Matos Duarte, Michelle; Merino Fernández, María; Moreno Heredero, Berta
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    Swiss ball training versus stable surface training for the treatment of low back pain in male judo athletes.
    (Archives of Budo, 2015) Monroy Antón, Antonio J.; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; López Jiménez, David
    Background & Study Aim: Between 60% and 80% of the population suffers from low back pain at some point in their lives. This disease is commonly observed in judo, with a prevalence of around 35%. Therefore, any instrument, program or training method for the treatment of this disease is very important. Apparently, unstable surface training can be effective in reducing low back pain. However, there are not many studies that have been conducted in this regard, and the few existing ones have not opted for any particular training method. The purpose in this study is knowledge about the effect on low back pain of two different training programs, one using Swiss ball and the other with stable surface. Material & Methods: Thirty-six active volunteers, all of them judo athletes, participated in the study. They were randomly assigned to either the training group (exercising on a Swiss ball) or the control group (training on stable surface). Pain intensity was measured at the beginning and at the end of the 8 weeks in both groups by the Spanish version of the Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire (RMDQ). Results: The results of paired t test showed a significant decrease in RMDQ after treatment in both groups compared with before treatment (p<0.001), while the ANCOVA revealed no significant differences among groups on the post measurement score of RMDQ, with pre-treatment scores as the covariate. Conclusions: The training on unstable surfaces does not provide any significant improvement versus training on stable surfaces and might be at least as good as training on a Swiss ball in the reduction of low back pain for judo athletes.
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    Percepciones de los estudiantes sobre la educación física en el programa It Grows: actividad física, deporte e igualdad de género.
    (Retos, 2023) Lamoneda-Prieto, Javier; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; Matos Duarte, Michelle; Smith Palacio, Eulisis
    El propósito de este estudio es evaluar un programa de intervención que promueve la igualdad de género en la educación física (EF) utilizando una metodología multidimensional basada en la Teoría de la Autodeterminación (TAD), utilizando el Modelo de Educación Deportiva (ED) y la Pedagogía Sociocrítica. El programa de intervención se analizó mediante un método cualitativo, la evaluación de las opiniones de los participantes sobre los resultados de la intervención. Participaron en el programa 88 estudiantes (16,91 años; SD=0,55), 58% mujeres. El programa de intervención siguió las recomendaciones de la Guía para la Promoción de la Actividad Física entre las Niñas (PAFIC). La intervención incluyó dos acciones curriculares: una intervención de educación física basada en ED de 18 sesiones y una guía de enseñanza/aprendizaje sobre la igualdad de género en la educación física; y dos acciones en el entorno escolar: evento deportivo y exhibición. Los resultados demuestran la eficacia del programa en la promoción de la igualdad de género en la educación física. Las principales áreas temáticas de los comentarios del alumnado fueron: la satisfacción de las Necesidades Psicológicas Básicas (NBP): autonomía, relación y novedad, la participación igualitaria y la motivación en la EF.
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    COVID, physical education and prevention.
    (Human Review: International Humanities Review. Revistas Internacional de Humanidades, 2023) Smith Palacio, Eulisis; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; Matos Duarte, Michelle
    This paper aims to promote the use of Dialogic Sessions in Physical Education to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Primary Education and Compulsory Secondary Education by creating healthy habits related to the pandemic. Using Dialogic Sessions in Physical Education encourages discussion, debate, reasoning and decision-making to prevent the spread of the pandemic.
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    Finger Flexor Force Influences Performance in Senior Male Air Pistol Olympic Shooting.
    (PLOS One, 2015) Mon, Daniel; Zakynthinaki, María S.; Cordente, Carlos A; Monroy Antón, Antonio J.; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Bárbara; López Jiménez, David
    The ability to stabilize the gun is crucial for performance in Olympic pistol shooting and is thought to be related to the shooters muscular strength. The present study examines the relation between performance and finger flexor force as well as shoulder abduction isometric force in senior male air pistol shooting. 46 Spanish national level shooters served as test subjects of the study. Two maximal force tests were carried out recording handgrip and deltoid force data under competition conditions, during the official training time at national Spanish championships. Performance was measured as the total score of 60 shots at competition. Linear regressions were calculated to examine the relations between performance and peak and average finger flexor forces, peak and average finger flexor forces relative to the BMI, peak and average shoulder abduction isometric forces, peak shoulder abduction isometric force relative to the BMI. The connection between performance and other variables such as age, weight, height, BMI, experience in years and training hours per week was also analyzed. Significant correlations were found between performance at competition and average and peak finger flexor forces. For the rest of the force variables no significant correlations were found. Significant correlations were also found between performance at competition and experience as well as training hours. No significant correlations were found between performance and age, weight, height or BMI. The study concludes that hand grip strength training programs are necessary for performance in air pistol shooting.