Validity and reliability of 6-a-side small-sided game locomotor performance in assessing physical fitness in football players.

@article{Stevens2016ValidityAR,
  title={Validity and reliability of 6-a-side small-sided game locomotor performance in assessing physical fitness in football players.},
  author={Tom Gerardus Antonia Stevens and Cornelis J de Ruiter and Peter J. Beek and Geert Jozef Peter Savelsbergh},
  journal={Journal of sports sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={34 6},
  pages={527-34}
}
In order to determine whether small-sided game (SSG) locomotor performance can serve as a fitness indicator, we (1) compared 6-a-side (6v6) SSG-intensity of players varying in fitness and skill, (2) examined the relationship of the 6v6-SSG and Yo-Yo IR2 and (3) assessed the reliability of the 6v6-SSG. Thirty-three professional senior, 30 professional youth, 62 amateur and 16 professional woman football players performed 4 × 7 min 6v6-SSGs recorded by a Local Position Measurement system. A… CONTINUE READING
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Validity and reliability of 6 ‐ a ‐ side smallsided game locomotor performance in assessing physical fitness in football players

  • C. J. de Ruiter, P. J. Beek, G. J. P. Savelsbergh
  • Journal of Sports Sciences
  • 2016

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