The reliability and validity of a soccer-specific nonmotorised treadmill simulation (intermittent soccer performance test).

@article{Aldous2014TheRA,
  title={The reliability and validity of a soccer-specific nonmotorised treadmill simulation (intermittent soccer performance test).},
  author={Jeffrey William Frederick Aldous and Ibrahim Akubat and Bryna C. R. Chrismas and Samuel L. Watkins and Alexis R. Mauger and Adrian W Midgley and Grant Abt and Lee Taylor},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 7},
  pages={1971-80}
}
This study investigated the reliability and validity of a novel nonmotorised treadmill (NMT)-based soccer simulation using a novel activity category called a "variable run" to quantify fatigue during high-speed running. Twelve male University soccer players completed 3 familiarization sessions and 1 peak speed assessment before completing the intermittent soccer performance test (iSPT) twice. The 2 iSPTs were separated by 6-10 days. The total distance, sprint distance, and high-speed running… CONTINUE READING

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