Montini Marco

Montini Marco
FIGC · Performance

Doctor of Philosophy

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4
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Citations since 2017
2 Research Items
107 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 2018 - present
FIGC
Position
  • Conditiong Coach
Education
October 2012 - March 2017
Italian University of Sport and Movement "Foro Italico"
Field of study
  • Sport Science - Monitoring Training Load in Soccer

Publications

Publications (4)
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Montini, M and Rocchi, JE. Monitoring training load in soccer: The Relation of Ongoing Monitored Exercise in Individual model. J Strength Cond Res 12XX(2X): 000-000, 2016. For a training organization, monitoring training load (TL) is of paramount importance. Despite this, a conclusive response on such topic is yet to be reported. The aims of this s...
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Purpose Variables currently used in soccer training monitoring fail to represent the physiological demand of the player during movements like accelerations, decelerations and directional changes performed at high intensity. We tested the hypothesis that respiratory frequency ( fR ) is a marker of physical effort during soccer-related high-intensity...
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Background: The bulk of research investigating soccer player's performance has been concentrated on the metabolic demand, while only few studies focused on the neuromuscular activation. The present study aimed at investigating the activation profile of the leg muscles throughout a 90- minute soccer match. Methods: Fifteen football players (18.3±...
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In this study we tested the hypothesis that caffeine supplementation improves neuromuscular function, which has both nutritional and clinical relevance. Fourteen male subjects (mean ± SD: 23.8 ± 2.8 years) volunteered in a double-blind, repeated-measures study with placebo (PLA) or caffeine (CAFF) (6 mg kg(-1)). Maximal voluntary isometric contract...

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