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Seattle Sounders FC: Sounders add Fatigue Science to their “arsenal of technologies”

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The Seattle Sounders FC have returned to Virginia Mason Athletic Center for their annual pre-season ‘beep test’. The beep test is how Manager of Performance and Sports Science David Tenney obtains a measurement of the player’s fitness levels heading into the pre-season.

Included in the SoundersFC.com report on the players annual pre-season fitness test is their work with Fatigue Science for the 2014 season.

SoundersFC.com reports:

“Tenney works tirelessly to remain on the cutting edge of the field of sports science. This year, that has meant the addition of Fatigue Science to his arsenal of technologies [so] players can monitor their sleep patterns…”

…”It’s about creating awareness in the athletes that how well you slept three or four days ago is going to have an impact on how you perform today.” Tenney tells SoundersFC.com.

Read more about David Tenney’s work with the Sounders at SoundersFC.com

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