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The articles related to the technological and scientific aspects of the gpexe system, with a main focus on the performance analysis model, are available to the whole gpexe community.

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The decline of the regular match cycle

The decline of the regular match cycle

From season to season, it is tougher for fitness coaches to refer to a typical training week (Sunday - Sunday). We decided to dive into the tricky subject of the match cycles deeply. We checked firsthand what happened in the Serie A 2020-2021 season to 8 of our gpexe...

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How easy is it to stumble over acceleration and deceleration?

How easy is it to stumble over acceleration and deceleration?

We had a look at the match data of a Serie A player. We analysed accelerations and decelerations by using the standard criteria (acc above a threshold of ± 2.5 m/s² for more than a minimum time, which duration is above 0.5 s). In the following figure, there are the...

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The performance explained through MPEs – Part 2

The performance explained through MPEs – Part 2

"Metabolic Power Events" 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.   In the first part of the article, we...

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The performance explained through MPEs

The performance explained through MPEs

"Metabolic Power Events" 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.   We know that MPE is often considered a smart...

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The limits of acceleration

The limits of acceleration

introduction. I have covered less distance but the number of my accelerations is greater!” - this could be the comment from the majority of players while looking at the performance report after a training session or a match... and often the same would be the view of...

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