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by Bruce Elliott,J. Mester

Author: Bruce Elliott,J. Mester
Subcategory: Miscellaneous
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (February 3, 1999)
Pages: 446 pages
Category: Outdoors and Sports
Rating: 4.3
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ISBN-13: 978-0471978701.

ISBN-13: 978-0471978701.

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The sports sciences discipline will equip students with general knowledge of training, injury prevention and technique analysis required for preparing professional athletes. They will acquire abilities to plan, design and execute practical activities using appropriate techniques and procedures. Sports scientists are also able to make correlations between different physical activities and biological human structure and function

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Training in Sport: Applying Sports Science. Principles of Sports Training: Introduction to the Theory and Methods of Training Berlin, GDR: Sportverlag. Sprints & Hurdles. Canadian Track & Field Association, Ontario. Advanced Athletic Training Michigan, USA. Ultimate Athlete Concepts.

FOREWORD In contemporary sport sports training has become an extremely complex process, involving numerous input and output variables. High-quality expert and scientific knowledge is therefore indispensable in understanding, modelling and managing sports training today. The Theory of Training as a scientific and academic field of study taught within the master university programme for the education of kinesiologists and coaches has to address numerous questions posed daily by sports experts as well as athletes.

Bruce Elliott Sports Photography, Royal Tunbridge Wells. I've changed cameras over the Summer and I wanted to check low light capabilities for sport so I headed to training last night for a quick look. I'm quite happy with the results.

Elliott, B. & Mester, J. (Ed. (1998). Training in sport: Applying sport science. Improving stroke technique using biomechanical principles. Knudson, . & Morrison, C. (2002)

Elliott, B. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Farrally, M. & Cochran, A. J. (1999). Science and golf, III. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. (2002). Qualitative analysis of human movement (2nd e. Zatsiorsky, V. (E. (2000). Biomechanics in sport: Performance enhancement and injury prevention. London: Blackwell Science.

Training in Sport reviews important developments in sport science research and demonstrates how the latest sport science principles can be adapted to safely enhance the performance of an athlete or prospective athlete. While acknowledging the importance of ?raw athletic talent?, expert contributors from a variety of scientific disciplines discuss the components that can collectively contribute to high-level sport performance. These include:

The training of perceptual-motor skills

The development of a psychological approach to mental skills training

The analysis and development of technique

The development of physical capacities (strength, power, speed and flexibility).

Aerobic and anaerobic training

The accessible style and multi-disciplinary approach of Training in Sport will appeal to anyone interested in the development of sport skills, including sport scientists, coaches, athletes, and students of sport science, physical education, and health sciences.