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Billy T. Hulin, Tim J. Gabbett, Nathan J. Pickworth, Rich D. Johnston and David G. Jenkins

, 4 (2) greater internal and external workloads during matches, 5 and (3) faster recovery in lower-body power and markers of muscle damage following match play. 5 High-intensity intermittent running ability can be defined as an athlete’s ability to perform repeated efforts of intense exercise

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Marni J. Simpson, David G. Jenkins and Vincent G. Kelly

that drills involving 3 versus 3 and 5 versus 5 combinations over a full court had a greater relative workload (arbitrary units per minute/PL per minute) than the traditional 2 versus 2 and 4 versus 4 SSGs over a half court. While 3 versus 3 presented a greater relative workload than 5 versus 5

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Dean J. McNamara, Tim J. Gabbett, Peter Blanch and Luke Kelly

with greater injury risk than in other playing activities. 1 Fast-bowling injury rates have been associated with both poor technique and bowling workloads. 1 – 3 A current method of monitoring the preparedness of fast bowlers includes planning and reviewing the chronic (28-d average) and acute (7-d

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Jordan L. Fox, Aaron T. Scanlan, Robert Stanton, Cody J. O’Grady and Charli Sargent

Semiprofessional basketball players are exposed to intense physical and physiological demands during training and games. 1 Given the extensive demands imposed on players across the season, managing player workload and recovery is essential in promoting favorable adaptations to increase the

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Aaron T. Scanlan, Robert Stanton, Charli Sargent, Cody O’Grady, Michele Lastella and Jordan L. Fox

system) during critical game moments. 2 The added playing time and altered tactics during overtime may increase game workloads encountered by players. Internal 3 , 4 and external 5 , 6 game workloads have only been reported for basketball players collectively across the competitive season rather than

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

Monitoring player workloads enables basketball practitioners to quantify the precise demands encountered during training and games. 1 , 2 In this regard, workload data can inform the prescription of appropriate training dosages and management of recovery between training sessions and games for

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Robert Ahmun, Steve McCaig, Jamie Tallent, Sean Williams and Tim Gabbett

bowlers. Despite a significant relationship between acute (1 wk) external workloads and increased injury risk in the current week, no relationships were demonstrated between sRPEs and injury risk in the current or subsequent week. However, when both the external and internal acute workloads exceeded

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Franco M. Impellizzeri, Matthew S. Tenan, Tom Kempton, Andrew Novak and Aaron J. Coutts

The number of studies examining associations between training load (TL) and injury has increased exponentially in recent years. One of the most popular TL metrics in the current literature, embraced by practitioners and researchers, is the acute:chronic workload ratio (ACWR). 1 ACWR has been

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Richard Johnston, Roisin Cahalan, Laura Bonnett, Matthew Maguire, Alan Nevill, Philip Glasgow, Kieran O’Sullivan and Thomas Comyns

sessions). 5 Internal TL is the individual physiological and/or psychological response to an external TL. 5 Several TL models can be derived from these internal and external TL measures, including acute:chronic workload ratios (ACWR) and exponentially weighted moving averages (EWMA). The ACWR captures

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Filipe M. Clemente, Ana F. Silva, Cain C.T. Clark, Daniele Conte, João Ribeiro, Bruno Mendes and Ricardo Lima

workload ratio of the first weeks of October. A correlational research design tested the associations between weekly training load measures and the well-being measures during the season. The players were monitored daily across the entire season (Table  1 ). However, the acute to chronic workload ratio data