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HYPOXIA, KEY IN TENDINOPATHY

Tendinopathy is one of the most common injuries in elite sport.

RECOVERY TIME OF THE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY IN ELITE FOOTBALL

The anterior cruciate ligament rupture (ACL) is a complicated injury for football players.

TRAINING LOAD, PERFORMANCE AND INJURY RISK IN RUGBY PLAYERS

A rugby player’s ability to perform high-intensity intermittent exercises is associated with a higher training load (TL) which takes place during matches.

WHEN INTERPRETING TRAINING DATA, THINK TWICE BEFORE DOING NOTHING!

“Load Management” has become a popular phrase in high-performance sport.

HOW THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES CAN HELP TO BETTER UNDERSTAND AND MANAGE INJURIES IN PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL

In basketball, as in any other professional sport, the possibility of a shift in a medical paradigm can create a big buzz in the news.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE H:Q RATIO AND HAMSTRING INJURIES

Injuries are one of the main concerns in the world of sports as they are the primary reason which interrupts an athlete’s training program.

EVALUATION OF THE INTERNAL LOAD IN FOOTBALL: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

The development of elite sports has meant that players are constantly exposed to higher training loads, busier competition schedules and shorter rest periods.

NEW DATA ON PHYSICAL DEMANDS IN BASKETBALL PLAYERS

A basketball player performs approximately one thousand actions on average during a game, and at least one out of every ten requires high intensity. The detailed analysis of these physical demands allows for optimized training, improved performance and decreased injury risk.

INJURY TYPE IN HANDBALL MAY VARY BY POSITION, CATEGORY AND MATURATION OF PLAYERS

Although several studies have tried to evaluate the characteristics of the risk of injury in handball players, they have been unable to reach sufficiently reliable conclusions. A new study of all the FC Barcelona handball categories has attempted to shed more light on the subject.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO DEVELOP AN “UNBREAKABLE” ATHLETE?

If the knowledge around the benefits of training load is increasing, is it possible for performance and medical staff to one day develop an “unbreakable” athlete? In a recent British Journal of Sports Medicine paper, researchers and practitioners joined forces to address this question.