Wellness, fatigue and physical performance acclimatisation to a 2-week soccer camp at 3600 m (ISA3600)

@inproceedings{Buchheit2013WellnessFA,
  title={Wellness, fatigue and physical performance acclimatisation to a 2-week soccer camp at 3600 m (ISA3600)},
  author={Martin Buchheit and Ben Michael Simpson and Laura A Garvican-Lewis and Kristal Hammond and M. A. Martynova-Van Kley and Walter F J Schmidt and Robert J. Aughey and Rudy Soria and Charli Sargent and Gregory D Roach and Jesus C Jimenez Claros and Nadine B. Wachsmuth and Christopher John Gore and Pitre C Bourdon},
  booktitle={British journal of sports medicine},
  year={2013}
}
OBJECTIVES To examine the time course of wellness, fatigue and performance during an altitude training camp (La Paz, 3600 m) in two groups of either sea-level (Australian) or altitude (Bolivian) native young soccer players. METHODS Wellness and fatigue were assessed using questionnaires and resting heart rate (HR) and HR variability. Physical performance was assessed using HR responses to a submaximal run, a Yo-Yo Intermittent recovery test level 1 (Yo-YoIR1) and a 20 m sprint. Most measures… CONTINUE READING
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