This thesis was comprised of two research studies. The common component was the change in the duration of the recovery periods separating the SSG bouts, with the first study based on the physiological components of the SSG, and the second study based on the technical skill components of the SSG. The data for both studies were collected from the same participant group.
Submitted in the fulfilment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Science, University of the Sunshine Coast, 2015.
University of the Sunshine Coast Theses
The effect of recovery duration on muscle oxygenation, heart rate, perceived exertion, time motion descriptors, and technical proficiency during small sided games of football