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Poster or Presentation Title

WetBulb Globe Temperature and GPS Workload in Female Soccer Athletes

Location

Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center

Access Type

Open Access

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Start Date

8-4-2020 12:00 PM

End Date

8-4-2020 1:15 PM

Department

Athletic Training

Abstract

Our purpose was to understand the influence of environmental indices on the running intensity and body mass loss (BML) of women’s soccer players during preseason training. Eleven women's NCAA Division III (D3) soccer players (age= 20.09±1.04 y, height= 167.28±8.65 cm, mass= 60.18±5.42 kg) volunteered to wear GPS devices (Sports Performance Tracking, Melbourne, Australia) throughout all preseason practices (n=15). The combination of intensity, sRPE, and ΔBML explained 6.7% of the variance in WBGT (F1,155=5.06, P=0.002). Intensity (t156= -3.05, P=0.001) and sRPE (t156=3.60, P

Keywords: humidity, preseason, intensity, body mass loss, rate of perceived exertion.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Sean Collins
Dr. Tom Bowman
Dr. Brittany Smith.

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WetBulb Globe Temperature and GPS Workload in Female Soccer Athletes

Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center

Our purpose was to understand the influence of environmental indices on the running intensity and body mass loss (BML) of women’s soccer players during preseason training. Eleven women's NCAA Division III (D3) soccer players (age= 20.09±1.04 y, height= 167.28±8.65 cm, mass= 60.18±5.42 kg) volunteered to wear GPS devices (Sports Performance Tracking, Melbourne, Australia) throughout all preseason practices (n=15). The combination of intensity, sRPE, and ΔBML explained 6.7% of the variance in WBGT (F1,155=5.06, P=0.002). Intensity (t156= -3.05, P=0.001) and sRPE (t156=3.60, P

Keywords: humidity, preseason, intensity, body mass loss, rate of perceived exertion.