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Bio-banding is the process of grouping athletes based on attributes associated with growth and maturation, rather than chronological age (e.g. under-15s).
The youngest children in a year group tend to be discriminated against, and therefore, at an unfair advantage compared to their older peers.
Most are familiar with Peak Height Velocity, but Peak Weight Velocity receives very little attention and very few have actually ever heard of it.
Despite what many believe, MAS is not a training method, it is simply a measure of aerobic power which allows the coach to easily design and deliver effective training programmes.
The answer? The Performance Digest.
A monthly review of the latest sports performance research.
In alphabetical order
CHRONOLOGICAL, BIOLOGICAL & TECHNICAL TRAINING AGE
GPS (WEARABLES): PART 1 – THE TECHNOLOGY
GPS (WEARABLES): PART 2 – THE METRICS AND APPLICATION
HEART RATE VARIABILITY
MAXIMAL AEROBIC SPEED
PEAK HEIGHT VELOCITY
PEAK WEIGHT VELOCITY
RELATIVE AGE EFFECT
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