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Självupplevd skadeförekomst vid Crossfitutövning iSverige: En retrospektiv kohortstudie
Dalarna University, School of Education, Health and Social Studies, Sport and Health Science.
Dalarna University, School of Education, Health and Social Studies, Sport and Health Science.
2018 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Syfte

Att kartlägga den självupplevda skadeförekomsten hos Crossfitutövare i Sverige.

Design

Retrospektiv kohortstudie.

Metod

En elektronisk enkät utformades och distribuerades i Facebook gruppen “CF Sweden”, en grupp för Crossfitutövare i Sverige med ca 8000 medlemmar. Enkäten identifierade demografisk data, träningsegenskaper och skadeförekomsten hos Crossfitutövare i Sverige. Inklusionskriterier för att delta i studien var att utövarna var >18 år och tränade på ett affilierat Crossfit gym/box.

Resultat

305 individer besvarade studiens enkät, 274 av de svarande inkluderades i studien då vissa av deltagarna inte uppfyllde inklusionskriterierna. Av de som inkluderats var 137 (50 %) män och 137 (50 %) kvinnor, majoriteten av deltagarna var inom ålderskategorin 28-37 år, 89 (32,5 %) följt utav kategorin 38-47 år, 86 (31,4 %) och de flesta uppgav att de utövat Crossfit fler än 25 månader, 162 (59,1 %). Resultatet visar hur 162 (59,1 %) av deltagarna skadat sig och att axlar är kroppsdelen som är högst skadebenägen hos deltagarna, 82 (49,1 %) följt utav ländrygg, 42 (25,1 %) och knän, 34 (20,4 %). Majoritet av Crossfitutövarna som har skadat sig gjorde det när de utfört en WOD, 94 (56,6 %) följt utav tyngdlyftning, 51 (30,7 %).

Slutsatser

Skadeförekomsten vid Crossfit skiljer sig inte oproportionerligt mycket från andra sporter. Studiens resultat visar väldigt liknande resultat från tidigare forskning som stärker denna studiens möjlighet till generalisering.

Abstract [en]

Objective

The objective of this study is to map the self-perceived injury frequency in Swedish Crossfit participants.

Design

Retrospective cohort study.

Method

An electronic survey was made and distributed in the Facebook group ”CF Sweden”, a group for Swedish Crossfit participants consisting of about 8000 members. The survey identified demographic data, training attributes and injury frequency in Swedish Crossfit participants. To be included in the study the participants had to be >18 years old and had to train at an affiliated Crossfit gym/box.

Results

305 individuals answered the survey, of which only 274 were included in the study because they didn’t fulfill the inclusion criteria’s. Of those included 137 (50 %) were men and 137 (50 %) were women, the majority of the participants were in the age category 28-37 years, 89 (32,5 %) followed by the category 38-47 years, 86 (31,4 %) and most participants answered that they had practiced Crossfit for more than 25 months, 162 (59,1%). The results show how 162 (59,1 %) of the participants had injured themself during the last year and that shoulders, 82 (49,1 %) were the body part most likely to get injured during Crossfit, followed by the lower back, 42 (25,1 %) and knees, 34 (20,4 %). The majority of the Crossfit participants answered that they had injured themselves during a WOD, 94 (56,6 %) followed by weightlifting, 51 (30,7 %).

Conclusion The injury frequency in Crossfit does not differ disproportionately from other sports. The results of the study show very similar results to previous research that strengthen this study's ability to its findings.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2018.
Keywords [en]
Crossfit, injury, frequency
Keywords [sv]
Crossfit, skador, frekvens
National Category
Sport and Fitness Sciences
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:du-28141OAI: oai:DiVA.org:du-28141DiVA, id: diva2:1231790
Available from: 2018-07-09 Created: 2018-07-09

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