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Monitoring of players' physical performance in a soccer (Full)

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Marcus Lee

on 18 May 2015

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Training load monitoring of players' physical performance in a soccer season
Training Monitoring
GPS System
- External Load
Heart Rate
- Internal Load
Session RPE
- Subjective rating of 1-10
(How hard was your workout?)

Fatigue (Before Training)
- Hooper Scale
(Fatigue, Muscle soreness, sleep quality, stress

Field-based assessment (Soccer-Specific)
Aerobic Fitness
Yoyo IR 2 Test
Speed Endurance
Repeated Sprint Ability/20m sprint
Training Load vs Performance
Marcus Lee, CSCS

Benefits to coaches?
Adapted from Busso T., Variable Dose-Response Relationship between Exercise Training and Performance, Med Sci Sports Exerc; 2003 Jul;35(7):1188-95

-Large % of Training spend at low intensity
-Fitness improvement only at >90%HRmax (Castagna et al. 2013)
Eniseler N, J Strength Cond Res. 2005 Nov;19(4):799-804
Demands of the game
- Distance covered around 10-12km during a match

- High speed running (15km/h) ~ 2500m

- 80-90% HRmax throughout match

- Extremely high fitness level needed to perform in today's standard

Stolen et al. Physiology of Soccer.
Sports Med 2005;35 (6): 501-536
Rampinini et al. 2007, Scott, B., & Taaffe, 2011,
Aiming for peak performance. Are soccer players training right?
What coaches should be interested in?
- How much dose of training is enough?
Benefits to players
- Maintain fitness

- Improve fitness

-Reduce fatigue and faster recovery

- Reduce injuries

- Maximize performance
Objective data on training session
Fine tune and improve quality of training program
Adapt to different players requirement
Maximize players availability for selection
A sustainable model of training monitoring
What coaches should be interested in?
What is the optimal training dose?
Match Vs
Timeline (2015)
Lab Assessment (VO2max Test)

Gold Standard of aerobic fitness test (10min)
Determine aerobic capacity of player
Determine Maximal Heart rate (HRmax)
Determine maximal aerobic speed (MAS)
What can the test say?
-Player's true maximal aerobic capacity
- Establish player fitness in the team
- Compare team standard with the top elite teams
How hard can player work?
Maximal Heart Rate (HRmax)
- Aid in training monitoring
- Detect fatigue/overtraining
-> High %HRmax over low intensity effort
-> Decrease HRmax over time
How hard can players run?
Maximal Aerobic Speed (MAS)
- Prescribe high intensity interval training based on individual MAS
Application to training
Individualized player's information for heart rate and GPS monitoring
Guide Training prescription
Monitor player's training and fitness
Top Elites
Team average
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