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Analysis of high intensity activity in Premier League soccer
V Di Salvo, W Gregson, G Atkinson, P Tordoff, B Drust
International journal of sports medicine 30 (03), 205-212, 2009
12452009
High-intensity interval running is perceived to be more enjoyable than moderate-intensity continuous exercise: implications for exercise adherence
JD Bartlett, GL Close, DPM MacLaren, W Gregson, B Drust, JP Morton
Journal of sports sciences 29 (6), 547-553, 2011
9102011
Investigation of anthropometric and work-rate profiles of elite South American international soccer players
E Rienzi, B Drust, T Reilly, JEL Carter, A Martin
Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 40 (2), 162-169, 2000
8782000
Testing soccer players
M Svensson, B Drust
Journal of sports sciences 23 (6), 601-618, 2005
8172005
Circadian rhythms in sports performance—an update
B Drust, J Waterhouse, G Atkinson, B Edwards, T Reilly
Chronobiology international 22 (1), 21-44, 2005
7472005
Match-to-match variability of high-speed activities in premier league soccer
W Gregson, B Drust, G Atkinson, VD Salvo
International journal of sports medicine, 237-242, 2010
6632010
Physiological and technical demands of 4 v 4 and 8 v 8 games in elite youth soccer players
S Jones, B Drust
Kinesiology 39 (2), 150-6, 2007
5602007
Training load monitoring in team sports: a novel framework separating physiological and biomechanical load-adaptation pathways
J Vanrenterghem, NJ Nedergaard, MA Robinson, B Drust
Sports medicine 47, 2135-2142, 2017
5412017
Seasonal training-load quantification in elite English premier league soccer players
JJ Malone, R Di Michele, R Morgans, D Burgess, JP Morton, B Drust
International journal of sports physiology and performance 10 (4), 489-497, 2015
5352015
The effect of pitch dimensions on heart rate responses and technical demands of small-sided soccer games in elite players
DM Kelly, B Drust
Journal of science and medicine in sport 12 (4), 475-479, 2009
5262009
Physiological responses to laboratory-based soccer-specific intermittent and continuous exercise
B Drust, T Reilly, NT Cable
Journal of sports sciences 18 (11), 885-892, 2000
5172000
Future perspectives in the evaluation of the physiological demands of soccer
B Drust, G Atkinson, T Reilly
Sports medicine 37, 783-805, 2007
4732007
Talent identification in youth soccer
V Unnithan, J White, A Georgiou, J Iga, B Drust
Journal of sports sciences 30 (15), 1719-1726, 2012
4292012
Applied physiology of female soccer: an update
N Datson, A Hulton, H Andersson, T Lewis, M Weston, B Drust, ...
Sports medicine 44, 1225-1240, 2014
4032014
The circadian rhythm of core temperature: origin and some implications for exercise performance
J Waterhouse, B Drust, D Weinert, B Edwards, W Gregson, G Atkinson, ...
Chronobiology international 22 (2), 207-225, 2005
3862005
Monitoring fatigue status in elite team-sport athletes: implications for practice
RT Thorpe, G Atkinson, B Drust, W Gregson
International journal of sports physiology and performance 12 (s2), S2-27-S2-34, 2017
3782017
The exercise-induced stress response of skeletal muscle, with specific emphasis on humans
JP Morton, AC Kayani, A McArdle, B Drust
Sports medicine 39, 643-662, 2009
3492009
Elevations in core and muscle temperature impairs repeated sprint performance
B Drust, P Rasmussen, M Mohr, B Nielsen, L Nybo
Acta physiologica scandinavica 183 (2), 181-190, 2005
3472005
Monitoring fatigue during the in-season competitive phase in elite soccer players
RT Thorpe, AJ Strudwick, M Buchheit, G Atkinson, B Drust, W Gregson
International journal of sports physiology and performance 10 (8), 958-964, 2015
3402015
Quantification of the physiological loading of one week of “pre-season” and one week of “in-season” training in professional soccer players
TS Jeong, T Reilly, J Morton, SW Bae, B Drust
Journal of sports sciences 29 (11), 1161-1166, 2011
3372011
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