Winter break in elite soccer significantly decreases injury and absence
May 9, 2021

Winter break in elite soccer significantly decreases injury and absence

The teams without a winter break (England) have a higher number of injured players, longer and more absences compared to teams with a winter break (other European leagues).

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Fatigue in professional soccer players: decrease in knee stability and capacity to rapidly increase force
April 4, 2021

Fatigue in professional soccer players: decrease in knee stability and capacity to rapidly increase force

It is well-known that the risk of injury in professional soccer players increases with fatigue. A recent study (1) demonstrates that the capacity to rapidly produce force is one of the key factors associated with the risk of injury.

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Soccer in the era of big data
March 3, 2021

Soccer in the era of big data

For the last twenty years, the importance of databases grew up in all the aspects of our society. Soccer remained on the side until a few years ago, it has now fully entered the era of big data.

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18 years of data in soccer, decreased injury incidence, but not for muscle injuries
February 11, 2021

18 years of data in soccer, decreased injury incidence, but not for muscle injuries

18 years, 3302 players analyzed in 49 teams over 19 countries of the European elite football, the very recently published study (February 2021) in the British journal of Sports Medicine is the most complete ever published (1).

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Sasan Yazdani et Nicolas Bourdillon experts in signal processing and exercise physiology behind inCORPUS®
January 31, 2021

Sasan Yazdani et Nicolas Bourdillon experts in signal processing and exercise physiology behind inCORPUS®

Sasan et Nicolas, both PhDs, have different backgrounds but their collaboration for the last 7 years in the academic world first and then for inCORPUS® allows to develop an innovative technology for elite sports.

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Soccer: prevent muscle injury with inCORPUS®?
January 21, 2021

Soccer: prevent muscle injury with inCORPUS®?

Most muscle injuries occur without physical contact. These injuries are directly dependent on the sprint repetitions (matches and training). These repeated sprints influence the players’ internal load, which is measurable and predictable using inCORPUS®.

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