Validity and reliability of the session-RPE method for quantifying training load in karate athletes.

Abstract : To test the construct validity and reliability of the session rating of perceived exertion (sRPE) method by examining the relationship between RPE and physiological parameters (heart rate: HR and blood lactate concentration: [La --] ) and the correlations between sRPE and two HR--based methods for quantifying internal training load (Banister's method and Edwards's method) during karate training camp.
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M Tabben, C. Tourny, M. Haddad, H. Chaabane, K. Chamari, et al.. Validity and reliability of the session-RPE method for quantifying training load in karate athletes.. The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness, 2015. ⟨hal-02355947⟩

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