Science and Gaelic football: A review

@article{Reilly2001ScienceAG,
  title={Science and Gaelic football: A review},
  author={T. Reilly and D. Doran},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={19},
  pages={181 - 193}
}
This review focuses on Gaelic football and scientific reports of the characteristics of its players and the demands of the game. Anthropometric characteristics vary according to positional role, but top players display high muscularity and good all-round fitness at the peak of the competitive season. Match analysis indicates that exercise intensity is roughly equivalent to that for professional soccer. Average heart rates are approximately 160 beats· min-1 during competitive matches, and… Expand
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