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Modelling responses to training loads to lead performance in sports

Abstract : The first models of training effects on athletic performance emerged with the work of Banister and Calvert through the so-called Fitness-Fatigue model (FFM).One major drawback of FFMs is that the features stem from a single source of data. That is not in line with the existing consensus about a multifactorial aspect of athletic performance. Hence, multivariate modelling approaches from statistics and machine-learning (ML) emerged.A research issue arises from the quantification of training Loads (TL) in resistance training (RT) which lack of physiological evidence.
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Frank Imbach. Modelling responses to training loads to lead performance in sports. Education. Université Montpellier, 2021. English. ⟨NNT : 2021MONT4005⟩. ⟨tel-03572381⟩

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