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Metabolic Power takes to the Field – part 2

Metabolic Power takes to the Field – part 2

"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 2 Workload monitoring is one...

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Metabolic Power takes to the field – part 1

Metabolic Power takes to the field – part 1

"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...

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Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio – Part 2

Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio – Part 2

Although the injury is a complex and multifactorial phenomenon, numerous studies highlighted how less than optimal workload management represents one of the biggest injury risk factors. Therefore, the possibility of excluding one of these factors is an opportunity...

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Usque ad veritatem

Usque ad veritatem

Prof. PE di Prampero's answer to Martin Buchheit publication. I read recently the short note by Martin Buchheit (Buchheit, 2020) wherein he recalls the first occasion in which we met personally in Clairefontaine (France), at a meeting organised by the “Institut de...

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Players’ profiling: the Metabolic Power profile

Players’ profiling: the Metabolic Power profile

Test your players without testing them. How to obtain an individual metabolic power profile (MPP) by considering a specific time period of normal training?   Metabolic Power Profile In last month's gpexe webinar, Dr J Cassirame, C. Osgnach and Prof PE di Prampero...

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The in situ sprint profile for team sports.

The in situ sprint profile for team sports.

Test your players without testing them. How to obtain an individual sprint acceleration mechanical profile conceptually equivalent to our “classic” F-V profile without running a specific test?   Acceleration Speed Profile In last Monday's gpexe webinar, Prof....

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Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio – Part 1

Acute:Chronic Workload Ratio – Part 1

The ideal training stimulus maximises performance and simultaneously reduces the negative consequences of the training, i.e. the onset of fatigue and the risk of injury. The ratio between the workload carried out during the last week ("acute workload") and the average...

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Power events: from theory to practice

Power events: from theory to practice

Obtaining more powerful and prolonged high-intensity actions through the increase in the duration of the recovery phases, better if during the possession phase. This is the main goal in Empoli FC's work philosophy. The Fitness Coach Rocco Perrotta, with previous...

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#gpexePeople – An interview with Prof. Paolo Barbero

#gpexePeople – An interview with Prof. Paolo Barbero

Hellas Verona, promoted to Serie A at the end of last year and performing very well so far this season, is a gpexe customer from summer 2019. Prof. Paolo Barbero, fitness coach and a veteran gpexe user, explains why the gpexe system has been chosen by his new club....

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Sprint: the same time but different profiles

Sprint: the same time but different profiles

The concluding paragraph of our previous article (https://www.gpexe.com/f-v-profile-game) was devoted to highlighting the fact that the assessment of the sprint ability of a given athlete via his force-velocity (F-V) relationship yields useful information on the...

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