Recovery monitoring tool use and perceived usefulness in professional soccer

Liam Harper, Adam Field, Peter Fowler, Bryna Chrismas, Darren Paul, Alan McCall, Lee Taylor

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Abstract

The importance of athlete recovery monitoring was highlighted in a recent consensus statement (1), specifically
the need for monitoring tools to be part of a robust decision-making process, providing useful and relevant information at
an individual level to practitioners, coaches and athletes (1-
3). Presently, there is not an agreed holistic approach for soccer player recovery monitoring or information regarding the
habitual recovery monitoring practices. Such data would inform future research to benefit practitioners working day-today within professional soccer.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSport Performance & Science Reports
Publication statusPublished - 3 Sep 2019

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NameSport Performance and Science Reports

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    Harper, L., Field, A., Fowler, P., Chrismas, B., Paul, D., McCall, A., & Taylor, L. (2019). Recovery monitoring tool use and perceived usefulness in professional soccer. (Sport Performance and Science Reports). Sport Performance & Science Reports.