Intensity, recovery kinetics and well-being indices are not altered during an official FIFA futsal tournament in Oceanian players.

  title={Intensity, recovery kinetics and well-being indices are not altered during an official FIFA futsal tournament in Oceanian players.},
  author={Keyne Charlot and Paul Zongo and Anthony S Leicht and Olivier A Hue and Olivier Galy},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  volume={34 4},
Physiological responses (intensity and recovery kinetics) and well-being indices were examined during a 4-day FIFA international tournament. Ten outfield New Caledonian players (age: 25.5 ± 3.8 years; height: 170 ± 7 cm; weight: 70.7 ± 8.6 kg) were assessed during the four matches. Players' aerobic and anaerobic capacities were measured before the tournament while heart rate (HR), intra-matches recovery and well-being indices (Hooper index) were measured throughout the tournament. HR (168 ± 8… CONTINUE READING
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