Time-motion analysis of elite women’s field hockey, with particular reference to maximum intensity movement patterns

@inproceedings{Macleod2007TimemotionAO,
  title={Time-motion analysis of elite women’s field hockey, with particular reference to maximum intensity movement patterns},
  author={Hannah Macleod and Cara Bussell and Caroline Sunderland},
  year={2007}
}
The aim of this study was to establish the activity profile of elite level female field hockey players during competition. In addition, the nature of sprint activity concerning pre- and post-sprint activity was investigated. Twelve elite female outfield players (age 22 ± 3 years) from the women’s English National League were videoed for the entire duration of a game. Definitions of each movement classification (stand, walk, jog, cruise, sprint) were established for analysis. A lunge defined as… CONTINUE READING

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