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Building evidence with flawed data? The importance of analysing valid data
  1. Paolo Menaspà
  1. Correspondence to Dr Paolo Menaspà, School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, WA 6027, Australia; p.menaspa{at}

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In replying to a PostScript on the use of rolling averages,1 Drew and colleagues failed to respond to the main point of the letter. In fact, the original commentary raised concern on the specific mathematical model used for quantifying acute and chronic training load (TL), not on how TL can be subsequently analysed and interpreted. This could be of …

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  • Competing interests As previously stated I have declared to the editor I may have a potential conflict of interest, however I was told it was not an issue.

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