Training Load Monitoring

How much training do English male academy players really do? Load inside and outside of a football academy

The influence of exposure, growth and maturation on injury risk in male academy football players

Rehearsal and Performance Volume in Professional Ballet: A Five-Season Cohort Study

Training Load, Maturity Timing and Future National Team Selection in National Youth Basketball Players

A multidimensional approach to identifying the physical qualities of male English regional academy rugby union players; considerations of position, chronological age, relative age and maturation

Subjective measures of workload and sleep in Australian Army recruits; Potential utility as monitoring tools

Longitudinal changes in Super League match locomotor and event characteristics: A league-wide investigation over three seasons in rugby league

Return to competitive gymnastics training in the UK following the first COVID-19 national lockdown

Comparing critical speed modelling approaches and exploring relationships with match-play variables in elite male youth soccer players

The influence of growth and training loads on injury risk in competitive trampoline gymnasts

Data suggest that competitive trampoline gymnasts are at an increased risk of injury during the adolescent growth spurt or with higher weekly training loads. Coaches should be educated and encouraged to identify periods of rapid growth and monitor training load, to reduce the risk of injury.