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Mark Booth, Stephen Cobley, and Rhonda Orr

systems (GPS) with microtechnology sensors (measures of distance [in m], speed [in m·s −1 ], acceleration/deceleration [in m·s −2 ]). 25 To date, rugby league studies have used a modified RPE 26 ; sRPE reported as AU 15 ; and GPS variables, particularly total and high-speed distances (in m), 27 to

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Cody J. O’Grady, Jordan L. Fox, Vincent J. Dalbo, and Aaron T. Scanlan

‘summated heart rate’ OR ‘summated HR zones’ OR ‘SHRZ’ OR ‘TRIMP’ OR ‘PlayerLoad’ OR ‘heart rate’ OR ‘HR’ OR ‘HRmax’ OR ‘%HRmax’ OR ‘HRpeak’ OR ‘%HRpeak’ OR ‘HRmean’ OR ‘iTRIMP’ OR ‘bTRIMP’ OR ‘lTRIMP’ OR ‘training demand’ OR ‘micromechanical electrical system’ OR ‘MEMS’ OR ‘microsensor’ OR ‘microtechnology

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Vincent G. Kelly, Liam S. Oliver, Joanna Bowtell, and David G. Jenkins

professional rugby league training and competition using microtechnology . Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15 ( 1 ), 80 – 86 . PubMed ID: 21820959 doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2011.07.004 10.1016/j.jsams.2011.07.004 Gabbett , T. , King , T. , & Jenkins , D. ( 2008 ). Applied physiology of rugby