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Building a Running Profile: Individualising Conditioning for Field Hockey


In this 20 minute video I explain how to build a running profile to individualise conditioning for field hockey athletes. This covers aspects such as anaerobic speed reserve, maximal aerobic speed and repeat sprint ability profiling. This will enable you to build you own running profile and individualise your conditioning training!


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