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No Influence of Prematch Subjective Wellness Ratings on External Load During Elite Australian Football Match Play.

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Summary of "No Influence of Prematch Subjective Wellness Ratings on External Load During Elite Australian Football Match Play."

To determine whether there is an association between external match load and contextual factors on subjective wellness in the days before and after Australian Rules football match play.

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Name: International journal of sports physiology and performance
ISSN: 1555-0273
Pages: 1-7

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