Training loads and injury risk in Australian football—differing acute: chronic workload ratios influence match injury risk

@inproceedings{Carey2017TrainingLA,
  title={Training loads and injury risk in Australian football—differing acute: chronic workload ratios influence match injury risk},
  author={David L. Carey and Peter D Blanch and Kok-Leong Ong and Kay M. Crossley and Justin Crow and Meg E. Morris},
  booktitle={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2017}
}
AIMS (1) To investigate whether a daily acute:chronic workload ratio informs injury risk in Australian football players; (2) to identify which combination of workload variable, acute and chronic time window best explains injury likelihood. METHODS Workload and injury data were collected from 53 athletes over 2 seasons in a professional Australian football club. Acute:chronic workload ratios were calculated daily for each athlete, and modelled against non-contact injury likelihood using a… CONTINUE READING
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