- An interesting start to this presentation
- Hancock opened with the slides I’ve included below, focusing on the practical application of position-specific data and how one can and should condition accordingly.
- Sprints should be short with high recovery, to some extent to reflect how one sprints in a game
- This one is perhaps the least relevant / interesting and the most technical, but the relevant part is the heart rate (157 BPM) for EPL players
- There are four aspects to the game, and Mourinho advocated focusing on all of them at once
- And that the game can be viewed as repetitions of four moments or situations
- And within those moments or situations, these questions should always be asked
- Analyses were done of each position and the different kinds of work they do during a game and how that work is then broken down