Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Assessing Fatigue for Athletes

Gomaa Othman, M.

PhD. Sports Physiology and Swimming Training, Zagazig University, Egypt

Dr. Gomaa Othman, M., PhD. Sports Physiology and Swimming Training, Zagazig University, Egypt.

Keywords: Blood; Recovery; Technology


Fatigue is a necessary and measurable part of training and competition, and is considered a possible culprit for injury and performance incompetence. Athlete fatigue is a growing interest in sport, and managing training load and prescribed rest is a priority with support staff. Fatigue is a complex interaction of lifestyle, training, emotional health, and environmental factors.

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