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Including the Past: Performance Modeling Using a Preload Concept by Means of the Fitness-Fatigue Model
International Journal of Computer Science in Sport
In mathematical modeling by means of performance models, the Fitness-Fatigue Model (FF-Model) is a common approach in sport and exercise science to study the training performance relationship. The FF-Model uses an initial basic level of performance and two antagonistic terms (for fitness and fatigue). By model calibration, parameters are adapted to the subject's individual physical response to training load. Although the simulation of the recorded training data in most cases shows usefuldoi:10.2478/ijcss-2019-0007 fatcat:gqm2bkiwkbamtiliumvtiym4ny