Australian football player work rate: evidence of fatigue and pacing?

@article{Aughey2010AustralianFP,
  title={Australian football player work rate: evidence of fatigue and pacing?},
  author={Robert J. Aughey},
  journal={International journal of sports physiology and performance},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={
          394-405
        }
}
UNLABELLED Previous research has suggested elite Australian footballers undertake pacing strategies to preserve high intensity activity later in matches. However, this research used GPS with slow sample rates, did not express performance relative to minutes played during games and used lowly ranked players. METHODS Therefore in this study movement was recorded by GPS at 5 Hz. Running performance was expressed per period of the match (rotation) divided into low-intensity activity (LIA, 0.10 to… CONTINUE READING

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