Using Global Positioning System Analysis to Quantify the movement characteristics of sub elite rugby union players in training and Match Performance

Pieters, T and Haggie, Marrin and Onishi, T (2017) Using Global Positioning System Analysis to Quantify the movement characteristics of sub elite rugby union players in training and Match Performance. Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand conference 2017, Cambridge, New Zealand, 13 – 14 October 2017.

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Abstract or Summary

Rugby Union (RU) involves various movement patterns (MP) which includes walking, jogging and sprinting. Substantial physiological differences exist between backs and forwards. The diversity of physiological requirements of each positional group results in a range of physiological stress experienced by players. Game demands and training loads needs to be quantified to maximize the physiological benefits of training an improve performance.

Item Type:Paper presented at a conference, workshop or other event, and published in the proceedings
Keywords that describe the item:GPS, Rugby
Subjects:Q Science > QP Physiology
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance
ID Code:5815
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