Injury Prevention & Recovery

Monitoring Training Load From a Distance by Gary McGrath, MSc., CSCS

Monitoring athlete training load consistently can be an important addition for a well-designed training
program. This article examines the use of monitoring strategies between and during sessions, as well
as discussing common issues faced by coaches when collecting and utilising such data.

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