Abstract

The primary aim of this thesis was to quantify the positional movement demands of pre-season and in-season practice and competition in NCAA division I football players. A secondary aim of this thesis was to examine the subsequent perceived wellness, utilizing a modified questionnaire, associated with pre-season training camp and competition throughout an NCAA division I football season.

Year Manuscript Completed

2018

Disciplines

Exercise Physiology | Physiological Processes | Sports Sciences

Keywords

Football; Physiological aspects; College athletes.

Primary Language of Manuscript

EN

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