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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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    The Relationship Between Training Load and Injury in Men’s Professional Basketball Players
    Kaitlyn J. Weiss et al
    International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance Ahead of Print
     
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    Why do workload spikes cause injuries, and which athletes are at higher risk? Mediators and moderators in workload–injury investigations
    Johann Windt, Bruno D Zumbo, Ben Sporer, Kerry MacDonald, Tim J Gabbett
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    Br J Sports Med Published Online First: 08 March 2017
     
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    Acute:chronic training loads in tennis: which metrics should we monitor?

    Jason D Vescovi
    Br J Sports Med 2017;51:1321-1322.
     
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    Applying the acute:chronic workload ratio in elite football: worth the effort?

    Martin Buchheit
    Br J Sports Med 2017;51:1325-1327.
     
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    Accelerometer-based prediction of running injury in National Collegiate Athletic Association track athletes
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    Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio is a Better Predictor of
    Running Injury than Average Weekly Running Volume

    Allison H. Gruber, Emily G. Wagoner, Jacob E. Vollmar,
    Ashley B. Nguyen, Andrea K. Chomistek.
    Presented at ACSM Mtg, 2018
     
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    The Relationship Between Training Load and Injury in Athletes: A Systematic Review
    Timothy G. Eckard et al
    Sports Medicine 26 June 2018
     
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    The associations between training load and baseline characteristics on musculoskeletal injury and pain in endurance sport populations: A systematic review
    R. Johnston et al
    September 2018Volume 21, Issue 9, Pages 910–918
     
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    Association between training volume and lower extremity overuse injuries in young female athletes: implications for early sports specialization
    Dai Sugimoto, Sarah S. Jackson, David R. Howell ORCID Icon, William P. Meehan III & Andrea Stracciolini
    The Physician and Sportsmedicine: 07 Nov 2018
     
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    IS THERE EVIDENCE FOR AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN
    CHANGES IN TRAINING LOAD AND RUNNING RELATED
    INJURIES? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    Camma Damsted et al
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    Subjective wellness, acute:chronic workloads and injury risk in college football.
    Sampson, JA, Murray, A, Williams, S, Sullivan, A, and Fullagar, HHK.
    J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000–000, 2018
     
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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
    Br J Sports Med Published Online First: 21 February 2019
     
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    Load, Overload, and Recovery in the Athlete

    Select Issues for the Team Physician—A Consensus Statement
    Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: April 2019 - Volume 51 - Issue 4 - p 821–828

     
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    Increased Acute-chronic Training Load Ratio Is
    Associated With Time-loss Injury In Elite-youth Female
    Soccer Athletes

    Darin A. Padua, Barnett Frank, Megan Mathes.
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    Why It's Time to Stop Using the Acute:Chronic Work Ratio! ft. Dr. Franco Impellizzeri

     
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    To Couple or not to Couple? For Acute:Chronic Workload Ratios and Injury Risk, Does it Really Matter?
    Tim J. Gabbett, Billy Hulin, Peter Blanch, Paul Chapman, David Bailey
    Int J Sports Med
     
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    The acute:chonic workload ratio in relation to injury risk in professional soccer
    ShaneMalone et al
    Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Volume 20, Issue 6, June 2017, Pages 561-565
     
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    The Association Between the Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio and Injury and its Application in Team Sports: A Systematic Review
    Alan GriffinIan C. KennyThomas M. ComynsMark Lyons
    Sports Medicine: 05 November 2019
     
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