Monitoring Strategies and Their Impact on Performance and Recovery

by Dave K. Hamilton
May 2015

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When working with athletes who play team sports, your main goal as a strength and conditioning coach is to ensure that your athletes arrive at a competitive peak in a predictable way, Dave Hamilton says. No matter the athlete's level - college or elite - training loads impact the ability to perform. As coaches, we need to remove the subjectivity and use monitoring tools that are effective.

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Dave Hamilton is currently the Director of Performance Science for USA Field Hockey, a role he started after a 4-year campaign with the Great Britain ...

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