Within-Match PlayerLoad™ Patterns During a Simulated Soccer Match: Potential Implications for Unit Positioning and Fatigue Management.

Steve Barrett, A. W. (Adrian) Midgley, Christopher Towlson, Andrew Garrett, Matthew Portas, Ric Lovell

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    Abstract

    To assess the acute alterations in triaxial accelerometry (PlayerLoad [PL(VM)]) and its individual axial planes (anteroposterior PlayerLoad [PL(AP)], mediolateral PlayerLoad [PL(ML)], and vertical PlayerLoad [PL(V)]) during a standardized 90-min soccer match-play simulation (SAFT90). Secondary aims of the study were to assess the test-retest reliability and anatomical location of the devices.
    Original languageEnglish
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    JournalInternational Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
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    Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2016

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