Marcus J Colby

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between overall physical workload (global positioning systems [GPS]/accelerometer) measures and injury risk in elite Australian football players (n = 46) during a season. Workload data and (intrinsic) injury incidence were monitored across preseason and in-season (18 matches) phases. Multiple(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between overall physical workload (GPS/accelerometer) measures and injury risk in elite Australian football players (n=46) during a season. Workload data and (intrinsic) injury incidence was monitored across pre-season and in-season (18 matches) phases. Multiple regression was used to compare(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the association between workload, subjective wellness, musculoskeletal screening measures and non-contact injury risk in elite Australian footballers. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. METHODS Across 4 seasons in 70 players from one club, cumulative weekly workloads (acute; 1 week, chronic; 2-, 3-, 4-week) and acute:chronic workload(More)
Colby, MJ, Dawson, B, Heasman, J, Rogalski, B, Rosenberg, M, Lester, L, and Peeling, P. Preseason workload volume and high-risk periods for noncontact injury across multiple Australian Football League seasons. J Strength Cond Res 31(7): 1821-1829, 2017-The purpose of this study was to assess the association between preseason workloads and noncontact injury(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine different timeframes for calculating acute to chronic workload ratio (ACWR) and whether this variable is associated with intrinsic injury risk in elite Australian football players. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. METHODS Internal (session rating of perceived exertion: sRPE) and external (GPS distance and sprint distance) workload(More)
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