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The purpose of this study was to determine the physiological demands of university women’s volleyball utilizing heart rate response and time-motion analysis. Thirteen female CIS players were video recorded and had their heart rates (HR) monitored during 5 matches at a preseason tournament....
Time Motion Characteristics and Heart Rate Profiles Displayed by Female University Ice Hockey PlayersDownload
The purpose of this study was to estimate the demands of female Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) ice hockey through the use of time-motion analysis (TMA) and heart rate (HR) measurement during league games. A convenient sample of 22 female ice hockey players (14 forwards and 8 defense)...
Construction of confidence intervals or regions is an important part of statistical inference. The usual approach to constructing a confidence interval for a single parameter or confidence region for two or more parameters requires that the distribution of estimated parameters is known or can be...