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Alireza Rabbani, Mehdi Kargarfard, Carlo Castagna, Filipe Manuel Clemente, and Craig Twist

. During all training sessions, movement characteristics and HR were collected using a 15-Hz (interpolated from 5-Hz sampling) microtechnology device (SPI Pro X; GPSports, Canberra, Australia) synchronized with a HR monitor recorded at 1-second interval (Polar T34; Polar Electro Oy). Synchronization

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Harry E. Routledge, Jill J. Leckey, Matt J. Lee, Andrew Garnham, Stuart Graham, Darren Burgess, Louise M. Burke, Robert M. Erskine, Graeme L. Close, and James P. Morton

weight (mmol/kg dw). Global Positioning System Analysis Both players wore a portable microtechnology device (OptimEye S5; Catapult Innovations, Melbourne, Australia), which recorded activity profile data. The portable device was worn inside a purpose-built elastic vest, positioned across the upper back

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Marni J. Simpson, David G. Jenkins, Aaron T. Scanlan, and Vincent G. Kelly

used to detect differences in movement demands between playing positions, playing levels, and training and matches in Australian football, 7 rugby league, 8 basketball, 9 , 10 and netball. 11 – 14 However, with recent and ongoing developments in microtechnology, IMUs are also capable of detecting

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Cédric Leduc, Jason Tee, Mathieu Lacome, Jonathon Weakley, Jeremy Cheradame, Carlos Ramirez, and Ben Jones

fatigue challenging and more practical solutions are required. This new variable could be used in practice due to its small to moderate typical error, large relationship with leg stiffness, and large sensitivity to fatigue. This research confirms the potential of microtechnology to optimize the monitoring

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Phillip M. Bellinger, Cameron Ferguson, Tim Newans, and Clare L. Minahan

In team sports, the use of microtechnology, including global positioning systems (GPS) and triaxial accelerometers, is now important to monitor training and match movement patterns. 1 , 2 For example, information on athletes’ activity profiles, such as total distance traveled and the magnitude of

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Franc García, Daniel Fernández, and Lorena Martín

Systems SL) that included microtechnology with HR monitors during home games. Nevertheless, data were only included when players were competing on the court (eg, time as substitutes or rest time between quarters was not included) to avoid the accumulation of external load while on the bench. Throughout

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Tannath J. Scott, Heidi R. Thornton, Macfarlane T.U. Scott, Ben J. Dascombe, and Grant M. Duthie

Advancements in technology have led to the extensive implementation of global positioning systems (GPS) and microtechnology in team sports to quantify movement demands. The ability to more reliably quantify and interpret these demands has led to a greater understanding of the external loads

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Benita J. Lalor, Shona L. Halson, Jacqueline Tran, Justin G. Kemp, and Stuart J. Cormack

Australian football (AF) is a high-intensity, intermittent team sport involving tackling and collisions. 1 Monitoring training and competition loads is imperative to optimize performance 2 and can be conducted using session rating of perceived exertion (RPE) and microtechnology devices. 1 Self

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Jennifer A. Bunn, Bradley J. Myers, and Mary K. Reagor

illness and injury, 3 – 5 as well as optimizing performance and recovery. 3 , 6 Athlete management routinely utilizes both objective and subjective data obtained from the athlete. Objective data typically involves using microtechnology placed on the athlete, and subjective data includes daily or weekly

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Nick Dobbin, Cari Thorpe, Jamie Highton, and Craig Twist

Touch rugby (Touch) is an intermittent team sport that is played globally at regional, national, and international standards and is characterized by frequent periods of high-intensity activity interspersed with periods of passive recovery during interchanges. 1 – 3 Microtechnology that