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Acute:chronic workload ratio and lower extremity overuse injuries

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 4, 2017.

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    Statement on the acute:chronic workload ration from the Australian Institute of Sport. Advising against its use.
     

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    Training load monitoring in amateur Rugby Union: A survey of current practices.
    Griffin, A, Kenny, IC, Comyns, TM, and Lyons, M.
    J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000–000, 2020
     
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    Spikes in acute:chronic workload ratio (ACWR) associated with a 5–7 times greater injury rate in English Premier League football players: a comprehensive 3-year study
    Laura Bowen et al.
    British Journal of Sports Medicine 2020;54:731-738
     
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    Increase in the Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio relates to Injury Risk in Competitive Runners
    Talko Bernhard Dijkhuis, Ruby Otter, Marco Aiello, Hugo Velthuijsen, Koen Lemmink
    International Journal of Sports Medicine
     
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    Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio: Conceptual Issues and Fundamental Pitfalls
    Franco M. Impellizzeri, Matthew S. Tenan, Tom Kempton, Andrew Novak and Aaron J. Coutts
    International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance: Ahead of Print
     
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    The Relationship Between Acute: Chronic Workload Ratios and Injury Risk in Sports: A Systematic Review
    Danny Maupin et al
    Open Access J Sports Med. 2020; 11: 51–75.
     
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    Is the Acute: Chronic Workload Ratio (ACWR) Associated with Risk of Time-Loss Injury in Professional Team Sports? A Systematic Review of Methodology, Variables and Injury Risk in Practical Situations
    Renato Andrade, Eirik Halvorsen Wik, Alexandre Rebelo-Marques, Peter Blanch, Rodney Whiteley, João Espregueira-Mendes & Tim J. Gabbett
    Sports Medicine (2020)
     
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    PodChatLive Episode 82 with Franco Impellizzeri on Problems with the acute:chronic workload ratio

     
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    Moving Beyond Weekly ‘Distance’: Optimizing Quantification of Training Load in Runners
    Max R. Paquette, PhD, Christopher Napier, PT, PhD, Richard W. Willy, PT, PhD, Trent Stellingwerff, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy; August 1, 2020
     
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    Training Load and Injury: Part 1—The Devil Is in the Detail—Challenges to Applying the Current Research in the Training Load and Injury Field
    Franco M. Impellizzeri, PhD, Patrick Ward, PhD, Aaron J. Coutts, PhD, Luke Bornn, PhD, Alan McCall, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: August 1, 2020
     
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    Training Load and Injury: Part 2—Questionable Research Practices Hijack the Truth and Mislead Well-Intentioned Clinicians
    Franco M. Impellizzeri, PhD, Patrick Ward, PhD, Aaron J. Coutts, PhD, Luke Bornn, PhD, Alan McCall, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy; August 1, 2020
     
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    The Training-Performance Puzzle: How Can the Past Inform Future Training Directions?
    Tim J. Gabbett, PhD
    J Athl Train (2020) 55 (9): 874–884.
     
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    Training Load and Injury Part 1: The Devil Is in the Detail—Challenges to Applying the Current Research in the Training Load and Injury Field
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 30 Sep 2020 Volume 50 Issue 10 Pages 536-586
     
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    Training Load and Injury Part 2: Questionable Research Practices Hijack the Truth and Mislead Well-Intentioned Clinicians
    Franco M. Impellizzeri, PhD, Patrick Ward, PhD, Aaron J. Coutts, PhD, Luke Bornn, PhD, Alan McCall, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: September 30, 2020Volume50Issue10Pages577-584
     
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    How Much? How Fast? How Soon? Three Simple Concepts for Progressing Training Loads to Minimize Injury Risk and Enhance Performance
    Tim J. Gabbett, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: September 30, 2020Volume50Issue10Pages570-573
     
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    Moving Beyond Weekly “Distance”: Optimizing Quantification of Training Load in Runners
    Max R. Paquette, PhD, Christopher Napier, PT, PhD, Richard W. Willy, PT, PhD, Trent Stellingwerff, PhD
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: September 30, 2020Volume50Issue10Pages564-569
     
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    How Has Workload Been Defined and How Many Workload-Related Exposures to Injury Are Included in Published Sports Injury Articles? A Scoping Review
    Christina Lyngsoe Udby et al
    Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: September 30, 2020Volume50Issue10Pages538-548
     
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    Does load management using the acute:chronic workload ratio prevent health problems? A cluster randomised trial of 482 elite youth footballers of both sexes
    Torstein Dalen-Lorentsen et al
    ritish Journal of Sports Medicine 09 October 2020
     
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    More than a Metric: How Training Load is Used in Elite Sport for Athlete Management
    Stephen W. West  , Jo Clubb, Lorena Torres-Ronda, Daniel Howells, Edward Leng, Jason D. Vescovi  , Sean Carmody, Michael Posthumus, Torstein Dalen-Lorentsen  , Johann Windt
    Int J Sports Med
     
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