Metabolic Power takes to the field – part 1

Oct 12, 2020 | ACADEMY, WEBINAR

"Metabolic Power takes to the field" is part of a series of webinars held by Cristian Osgnach to go deeper on the workload analysis and the concepts of metabolic power and high-intensity through specific examples on the field.
 
Part 1
Workload monitoring is one of the main goals for a football fitness coach, keen to use any tracking system. The interest is to evaluate the overall volume or, referring to the energetic approach, to identify the high-intensity volume. The selected parameters, used to estimate the high-intensity, are crucial to better understand the characteristics of the proposed exercises. In the following video, we will show some specific examples.
 

 
The first point is to evaluate the total workload. Following the traditional approach, we can express it as the total distance; while...

 

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