Training load model
Cormack, Stuart and Coutts, Aaron J.. (2022). Training load model. In In French, Duncan N. and Ronda, Lorena Ronda (Ed.). NSCA's essentials of sport cience pp. 13-26 Human Kinetics, Inc..
|Authors||Cormack, Stuart and Coutts, Aaron J.|
|Editors||French, Duncan N. and Ronda, Lorena Ronda|
Athlete monitoring is often an essential role of the sport science practitioner. The primary reason for monitoring athleetes is that the information obtained can be used to guide decisions about future training (i.e., controlling training). Following the process of athlete monitoring allows practitioners to better understand the complex relationships between training, injury, illness, and performance outcomes. This chapter presents the foundational concepts that underlie athlete monitoring and discusses the various tools that sport scientists can use. It also presents methods used for analyzing and interpreting the data provided by athlete monitoring systems.
|Book title||NSCA's essentials of sport cience|
|Publisher||Human Kinetics, Inc.|
|Place of publication||Champaign, Illinois|
|Research or scholarly||Scholarly|
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|Deposited||10 Jul 2023|
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