PRIORITIZING INDIVIDUAL DEMANDS IN SPORTS TRAINING: INSIGHTS FROM GPS DATA ANALYSIS

Alessandro Cudicio, Francesco Ricciardi, Alfonso Esposito

Abstract


Athletic conditioning is crucial in sports education and is enhanced by tech tools for optimal results. Sport Science students used GPS data to design two training sessions for 22 individuals. One session included a ball, the other didn’t. Findings showed that including a ball reduced time spent running over 16km/h, suggesting physical conditioning should prioritize physiological demands over sport-specific skills. GPS technology proves valuable for future Sport Scientists to customize training effectively

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Sport; Training; Technology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v8i3.1118

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