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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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    Misuse of the term ‘load’ in sport and exercise science
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    August 18, 2021
     
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    In-season monotony, strain and acute/chronic workload of perceived exertion, global positioning system running based variables between player positions of a top elite soccer team
    Rafael Oliveira, Alexandre Martins, Hadi Nobari, Matilde Nalha, Bruno Mendes, Filipe Manuel Clemente & João Paulo Brito
    BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation volume 13, Article number: 126 (2021)
     
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    The Association Between the Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio and Running-Related Injuries in Dutch Runners: A Prospective Cohort Study
    Gustavo Nakaoka, Saulo Delfino Barboza, Evert Verhagen, Willem van Mechelen & Luiz Hespanhol
    Sports Medicine volume 51, pages2437–2447 (2021)
     
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    Increased Lower Extremity Injury Risk Associated With Player Load and Distance in Collegiate Women’s Soccer
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    Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine October 26, 2021
     
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    Are acute:chronic workload ratios of perceived exertion and running based variables sensible to detect variations between player positions over the season? A soccer team study
    Hadi Nobari, Ersan Arslan, Alexandre Duarte Martins & Rafael Oliveira
    BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation volume 14, Article number: 51 (2022)
     
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    The Current State of Subjective Training Load Monitoring: Follow-Up and Future Directions
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    Sports Medicine - Open volume 8, Article number: 53 (2022)
     
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    Feasibility and usability of GPS data in exploring associations between training load and running-related knee injuries in recreational runners
    Kyra L. A. Cloosterman, Tryntsje Fokkema, Robert-Jan de Vos, Ben van Oeveren, Sita M. A. Bierma-Zeinstra & Marienke van Middelkoop
    BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation volume 14, Article number: 78 (2022)
     
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    Misuse of the term ‘load’ in sport and exercise science
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    The ‘training load’ construct: Why it is appropriate and scientific
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    Decoupling of Internal and External Workload During a Marathon: An Analysis of Durability in 82,303 Recreational Runners
    Barry Smyth, Ed Maunder, Samuel Meyler, Ben Hunter & Daniel Muniz-Pumares
    Sports Medicine (2022)
     
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    The Role of Workload Management in Injury Prevention, Athletic, and Academic Performance in the Student-Athlete
    Miranda-Comas, Gerardo MD et al
    Current Sports Medicine Reports: June 2022 - Volume 21 - Issue 6 - p 186-191
     
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    Causal effects, workload and injury risk: The importance of specifying the research question
    Ian Shrier et al
    April 01, 2022
     
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    Re-thinking athlete training loads: would you rather have one big rock or lots of little rocks dropped on your foot?
    Andrew Renfree et al
    Research in Sports Medicine
     
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    The relationship between external and internal load parameters in 3 × 3 basketball tournaments
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    BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation volume 14, Article number: 152 (2022)
     
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