Accumulated intensity: The accumulated intensity indicator is the sum of the movements of the tag at any given time. We measure this to evaluate the physical performance of the player as well as to keep track of the total loading (the amount of stress caused by training and match) of the player.
High-intensity run: a velocity of the player that is greater than 20 km/h. The ability to perform repeated high-intensity running is decisive in modern football.
Sprinting: a velocity of the player that is greater than 25 km/h. Straight-line sprinting is the most common activity that precedes a goal. Power and speed abilities are very important abilities for decisive situations in modern football.
Running: a velocity that is greater than 5 km/h but smaller than 20 km/h. Thus, this category covers jogging, trotting, and running at moderate intensity.
Walking: a velocity of a player that is smaller than 5 km/h.
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