Can GPS be used to detect deleterious progression in training volume among runners?

@article{Nielsen2013CanGB,
  title={Can GPS be used to detect deleterious progression in training volume among runners?},
  author={Rasmus Oestergaard Nielsen and Peter Cederholm and Ida Buist and Henrik S\orensen and Martin Lind and Sten Rasmussen},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={1471-8}
}
There is a need to ascertain if an association exists between excessive progression in weekly volume and development of running-related injuries (RRI). The purpose of this study was to investigate if GPS can be used to detect deleterious progression in weekly training volume among 60 novice runners included in a 10-week prospective study. All participants used GPS to quantify training volume while running. In case of injury, participants attended a clinical examination. The 13 runners who… CONTINUE READING
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