In this blog post we will teach you more about training intensity distribution in elite football and explain the concept of polarised training based on a study by a group of researchers and practitioners from the University of Gent and professional football club KAA Gent in Belgium.
In this blog post, we will report the main findings of a recent study in which football practitioners were surveyed on recovery strategies used during a weekly microcycle, as well as the perceived effectiveness and barriers of these strategies.
In the November 2021 edition of our monthly football science research recap we bundle interesting new research publications including another one of our own funded research. Read up on interesting studies and see how they can be translated into your practical workflow.
Physical performance is multidimensional and is therefore best described by the interaction of multiple variables. The description of multiple variables complicates the analysis, the visualisation and dissemination of data. Therefore, we present a statistical method to select the key performance variables.
In the first edition of our monthly football science research recap we bundle interesting new research publications including some of our own funded research. Read up on interesting studies and see how they can be translated into your practical workflow.
Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE). A powerful tool for monitoring training load or not? In this blog post we explain RPE, the various methods in which it can be used for monitoring and how it can help you optimise players’ readiness to perform.