• Publications
  • Influence
The training—injury prevention paradox: should athletes be training smarter and harder?
  • T. Gabbett
  • Medicine
  • British Journal of Sports Medicine
  • 12 January 2016
Background There is dogma that higher training load causes higher injury rates. However, there is also evidence that training has a protective effect against injury. For example, team sport athletesExpand
  • 504
  • 49
  • PDF
Speed, Change of Direction Speed, and Reactive Agility of Rugby League Players
While studies have investigated speed and change of direction speed in rugby league players, no study has investigated the reactive agility of these athletes. In addition, the relationship amongExpand
  • 255
  • 39
The acute:chronic workload ratio predicts injury: high chronic workload may decrease injury risk in elite rugby league players
Aim Investigate whether acute workload (1 week total distance) and chronic workload (4-week average acute workload) predict injury in elite rugby league players. Methods Data were collected from 53Expand
  • 236
  • 30
  • PDF
Physical demands of professional rugby league training and competition using microtechnology.
OBJECTIVES To investigate the physical demands of professional rugby league match-play using microtechnology, and to compare these demands with typical training activities used to prepare players forExpand
  • 225
  • 30
  • PDF
Monitoring Athlete Training Loads: Consensus Statement.
Monitoring the load placed on athletes in both training and competition has become a very hot topic in sport science. Both scientists and coaches routinely monitor training loads usingExpand
  • 214
  • 26
  • PDF
How much is too much? (Part 1) International Olympic Committee consensus statement on load in sport and risk of injury
Athletes participating in elite sports are exposed to high training loads and increasingly saturated competition calendars. Emerging evidence indicates that poor load management is a major riskExpand
  • 209
  • 26
  • PDF
Physiological characteristics of junior and senior rugby league players
  • T. Gabbett
  • Medicine
  • British journal of sports medicine
  • 1 October 2002
Objectives: To investigate the physiological characteristics of subelite junior and senior rugby league players and establish performance standards for these athletes. Methods: A total of 159 juniorExpand
  • 230
  • 26
  • PDF
Training and game loads and injury risk in elite Australian footballers.
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 aExpand
  • 156
  • 23
Time-Motion Analysis of Small-Sided Training Games and Competition in Elite Women Soccer Players
  • T. Gabbett, M. Mulvey
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of strength and conditioning research
  • 1 March 2008
We investigated the movement patterns of small-sided training games and compared these movement patterns with domestic, national, and international standard competition in elite women soccer players.Expand
  • 253
  • 22
Global Positioning System Data Analysis: Velocity Ranges and a New Definition of Sprinting for Field Sport Athletes
  • D. Dwyer, T. Gabbett
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of strength and conditioning research
  • 1 March 2012
Dwyer, DB and Gabbett, TJ. Global positioning system data analysis: Velocity ranges and a new definition of sprinting for field sport athletes. J Strength Cond Res 26(3): 818–824, 2012—GlobalExpand
  • 147
  • 22
  • PDF