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I’ve been inspired to write this article mainly by a conference I attended organised by Perform Better and Steve Barrett (who has written for this website before on the use of GPS and accelerometers) but also a number of discussions I’ve had with sports scientists around the UK about their use of athlete tracking technology mainly in soccer and rugby.
A new tool to measure training load in soccer training and match play is a paper authored by Rebelo et al (2012) and published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine in April of this year. The aim as set out by the authors was to “assess the relationship between a new method of training load and established heart rate (HR) methods of training load”.