Quantification of an elite futsal team’s microcycle external load by using the repetition of high and very high demanding scenarios
The main objective of this study was to describe the repetition of external load high-demanding scenarios and very high-demanding scenarios of match play for velocity, distance, and neuromuscular locomotor variables of an elite futsal team. Additionally, we also checked how these high- and very high-demanding scenarios were distributed throughout the microcycle. The most demanding scenario (measured using a rolling average method with a 1-min time window) of match play was measured out of thirteen elite futsal players using a local positioning system in the course of thirteen official matches and six in-season microcycles. A mean of the top three match play observations for each variable and each player were used to determine the most demanding scenario (100%) reference value. [...]
Illa Sole J, Fernandez D, Reche X, Carmona G, Tarragó JR. Quantification of an elite futsal team’s microcycle external load by using the repetition of high and very high demanding scenarios. Front Psychol. 2020; 11:577624. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.577624
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