… and Wile E. Coyote caught the Road Runner
Daily morning rituals: winning or ruining the day?
Football-specific fitness testing: adding value or confirming the evidence?
“The hands that help are far better than lips that pray”
Content is king, but context is God
Managing high-speed running load in professional soccer players: The benefit of high-intensity interval training supplementation
FOOTBALL SCIENCE INSTITUTE
Heart rate recovery during repeated high-intensity efforts is not related to the recovery of systemic oxygen uptake and muscle oxygenation, and can’t be used to predict performance decrement
The 30–15 Intermittent Fitness Test Versus the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test Level 1: Relationship and Sensitivity to Training
Monitoring training Status with Player-tracking Technology – Still on the road to Rome
Monitoring of post-match fatigue in professional soccer: welcome to the real-world
Monitoring players’ readiness using predicted heart rate responses to football drills – legacy of Nick Broad
A battle worth Fighting
Trivial effects are clearly important
Pacey Performance Podcast #167 – Martin Buchheit
Want to see my report, coach?
Does beetroot juice really improve sprint and high-intensity running performance? – probably not as much as it seems: how (poor) stats can help to tell a nice story
Scheduling of Eccentric Lower-limb Injury Prevention Exercises during the Soccer micro-cycle: Which day of the week?
Injury rate and prevention in elite football: let’s first search within our own hearts
Peak match speed and maximal sprinting speed in young soccer players: effect of age and playing position
Relative match intensities at high altitude in highly-trained young soccer players (isa3600)
Effect of birth date on playing time during international handball competitions with respect to playing positions
Integrating different tracking systems in football
Effects of age, maturity and body dimensions on match running performance in highly-trained under 15 soccer players
Post-match Recovery in Youth Soccer player
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