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Girard, O., Bishop, D. The Authors’ Response. Sports Med 42, 167–168 (2012). https://doi.org/10.2165/11598290-000000000-00000

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Keywords

  • Soccer Player
  • Sprint Interval Training
  • Oxygen Uptake Kinetic
  • Maximal Aerobic Speed
  • Team Sport Player