The ability to quantify and manage workload is important year round, but becomes even more important during the season as workloads tend to rise. Preparation prior to the start of the season plays a huge role in the ability of an athlete to stay healthy and to continually perform at a high level, but even with a high level of preparation, keeping an eye on workload matters. How much is acute workload rising? How much can we safely increase it? How can we quantify throwing load without wearable technology?
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