Abstract: high power events information analysis

Dec 13, 2016 | ACADEMY

“Abstract: high power events information analysis”

In this video abstract, Cristian Osgnach shows the Serie A players high-intensity profile by using the GPEXE software that can detect the number of power events; he describes them with additional information such as the duration, the average metabolic power and the recovery phase.

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The full version of  “Metabolic power: theory and practice workshop” held by prof. Pietro Enrico di Prampero and prof. Cristian Osgnach in London at Craven Cottage, Fulham, is available for GPEXE users only, in the GPEXE academy page.

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