A Standardized Small Sided Game Can Be Used to Monitor Neuromuscular Fatigue

Rowell AE, Aughey RJ, Clubb J and Cormack SJ (2018) A Standardized Small Sided Game Can Be Used to Monitor Neuromuscular Fatigue in Professional A-League Football Players. Front. Physiol.9:1011. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2018.01011   Available on Frontiers in full here: https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2018.01011  Also on ResearchGate here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326885639_A_Standardized_Small_Sided_Game_Can_Be_Used_to_Monitor_Neuromuscular_Fatigue_in_Professional_A-League_Football_Players   Introduction: Training and competition load can cause neuromuscular fatigue…

Are We Overlooking Confounding Variables in Applied Sport Science?

This post expands on the points made in what I believe is a must read review for all Sport Scientists and in fact any practitioner conducting tests in sport and exercise. As scientists we try to control for confounding variables in our testing environments, such as hour of the day,…

Interview: Recovery Strategies with Hugh Fullagar

  Hugh Fullagar is currently undertaking a combined role as a doctoral candidate and sport scientist at the Institute of Sports and Preventative Medicine (FIFA Centre) within the University of Saarland, Germany. Specifically, he is studying the effects of different recovery strategies (most notably sleep) on various recovery and performance…