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Competition is not responsible for either the positive or the negative consequences so frequently highlighted by the media. The impact of competition, both helpful and detrimental, results not from competition itself but from how it is organized and conducted. As a coach, you play a major role in making sport a positive competitive experience�or not.
Sport Skill Instruction for Coaches
When giving athletes extrinsic feedback about their technical skills, you can either tell them what you saw (descriptive feedback) or tell them what you think they need to do based on what you saw (prescriptive feedback).
Structure and Function of the Musculoskeletal System-2nd Edition
Bone loss begins around age 45 � 50 and moves a at different rates during different phases
Anger Management in Sport
The program uses guidelines to identify and manage anger.
Inside Sport Psychology
This exercise can be used in lectures and public presentations to demonstrate how sport psychology techniques can assist performance.
Critical Essays in Applied Sport Psychology eBook
In using metaphors, folktales, and images we need to remind ourselves constantly that we are all bent in different ways.
Motor Control in Everyday Actions
What are generalized motor programs, and what do keystroke dynamics reveal about them?
Laboratory Manual for Exercise Physiology eBook With Web Resource
In the transition from rest to exercise, systolic blood pressure initially rises rapidly, then levels off once steady state is attained (1, 3).
Kinetic Anatomy 3rd Edition eBook With Web Resource
Like all synovial joints, the knee joint has a capsular ligament.
Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise 3rd Edition eBook With Web Resource
The purpose of a qualitative anatomical analysis is to determine the predominant muscular activity during specific phases of a performance and to identify instants when large stresses may occur due to large muscle forces or extremes in joint ranges of motion.
It is not unusual for athletes to exhibit an “abnormal” ECG due to the effect of exercise training on the anatomy and autonomic control of the heart. However, it is important to understand which ECG abnormalities may be physiologic and which are likely to be pathologic.