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Calculating acute:chronic workload ratios using exponentially weighted moving averages provides a more sensitive indicator of injury likelihood than rolling averages

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  1. Correspondence to Nick B Murray, School of Exercise Science, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane, QLD 4014, Australia; nbmurr001{at}myacu.edu.au
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Murray NB, Gabbett TJ, Townshend AD, et al
Calculating acute:chronic workload ratios using exponentially weighted moving averages provides a more sensitive indicator of injury likelihood than rolling averages

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  • Accepted December 1, 2016
  • First published December 21, 2016.
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April 20, 2017

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