High Performance Swimming

Author: Wayne Goldsmith
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ISBN: 9781861266965
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High Performance Youth Swimming

Author: Jeanne Dekerle
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 9781138595972
Size: 10,20 MB
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High Performance Youth Swimming provides an in-depth view of the physiological, biomechanical, and multifaceted underpinning of swimming success, with a focus on youth. Considerations to both growth and maturation processes and the intricacies of the swimming training environment are core throughout the book. Divided into sections on physiology of swimming, motor control, biomechanics, and long-term wellbeing, the book includes chapters from international contributors on: Strength and conditioning Skill acquisition Overtraining Burnout respiratory health. This volume is for those interested in enhancing their art of coaching through a deeper understanding of the science of swimming, including swimming coaches, those who wish to, and question how to best support youth swimming performance, or anyone interested in swimming science more generally.

Sustainability In High Performance Sport

Author: Natalie Barker-Ruchti
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317327926
Size: 15,48 MB
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Success in high performance sport is highly valued in today’s world, with lucrative contracts, sponsorship deals, and opportunities for celebrity status balanced against substantial investments of time and energy, and high chances of failure. With pressure mounting on athletes and coaches to make the most of athletic investments, the temptation to make health-related or ethical compromises is growing. Sustainability in High Performance Sport examines the pressures faced by coaches and athletes, and considers how sustainable science can offer alternative pathways to sporting excellence. By applying principles relating to carrying capacities, complexity and uncertainty, production and consumption, and ethics, this unique book provides new ways of thinking about both enduring and emerging challenges. With a scope that includes themes such as coaching practices, coach-athlete relationships, over-training and injuries, the development of sporting expertise, and doping, Sustainability in High Performance Sport is the most comprehensive exploration of sustainability in elite sport available. It is an invaluable resource for anybody with an interest in achieving long-term success in high performance sport. This book was originally published as a special issue of Reflective Practice.

Physiological And Morphological Specializations For High Performance Swimming In The Mako Shark Isurus Oxyrinchus

Author: Diego Bernal
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Sink Float Or Swim

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Editor: Tignum
ISBN: 3868811915
Size: 11,26 MB
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In this book, authors Scott Peltin and Jogi Rippel offer the reader high performance strategies that will strengthen their foundation of personal energy and resilience, and then teach them how to aim this newfound power, with laser-like precision, to create positive and successful results with their team, their customers, and their bottom line.

Science Of Sport Swimming

Author: Alexander Marinof
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785002171
Size: 20,79 MB
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The Science of Sport - Swimming is a complete guide for swimming training through the application of physiological, biomechanical, psychological, strength and conditioning, nutritional and injury management methods that can be used to optimize performance. Practical examples are included on the components of swimming conditioning, technical and mental training, and how they relate to the various swimming speciality events. The text provides details on mental and strength conditioning training exercises and racing day preparation methods for various abilities, including speciality swimmers who seek performance improvement constantly. The book includes contributions from leading coaches and sport scientists, sport psychologists, sports medical practitioners and Olympic, world and national champion swimmers. Illustrated throughout with 110 colour photographs.

Creating The Ultimate Swimmer Discover The Secrets And Tricks Used By The Best Professional Swimmers And Coaches To Improve Your Resistance Conditioning Nutrition And Mental Toughness

Author: Joseph Correa
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329613619
Size: 11,64 MB
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To reach your true potential you need to be at your optimal physical and mental condition and in order to do this you need to start an organized plan that will help you develop your strength, mobility, nutrition, and mental toughness. This book will do that. Eating right and training hard are two of the pieces of the puzzle but you need the third piece to make it all happen. The third piece is mental toughness and that can be obtained through meditation and visualization techniques taught in this book. This book will provide you with the following: -Normal and advanced training calendars -Dynamic warm-up exercises -High performance training exercises -Active recovery exercises -Nutrition calendar to increase muscle -Nutrition calendar to burn fat -Muscle building recipes -Fat burning recipes -Advanced breathing techniques to enhance performance -Meditation techniques -Visualization techniques -Visualization sessions to improve performance

Fish Energetics

Author: Peter Tytler
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401179182
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It is almost thirty years since Professor G. G. Winberg established the basis for experimental studies in fish energetics with the publication of his monograph, Rate of Metabolism and Food Requirements of Fishes. His ultimate aim was to develop a scientific approach to fish culture and management, and the immense volume of literature generated in the ensuing years has been mainly in response to the demand for information from a rapidly expanding, world-wide aquaculture industry and to the shortcomings of contemporary practices in fisheries management. The purpose of this book is not to review this literature compre hensively, but, assuming an informed readership, to focus attention on topics in which new knowledge and theory are beginning to be applied in practice. Most emphasis has been placed on food; feeding; production (growth and reproduction) and energy budgeting, as these have most influence on the development of fish culture. Some chapters offer practical advice for the selection of methods, and warn of pitfalls in previous approaches. In others the influence of new theory on the interpretation of studies in fish energetics is discussed in the context of resource allocation and adaptation. We hope that the scope of material presented here will have sufficient interest and value to help significantly to fulfil Winberg's original objectives.

Ecological And Environmental Physiology Of Fishes

Author: F. Brian Eddy
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191631639
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Fishes have evolved to colonise almost every type of aquatic habitat and today they are a hugely diverse group of over 25,000 species. The evolution of this great diversity of species has resulted in a myriad of solutions to the demands posed by the aquatic environment. Ecological and Environmental Physiology of Fishes presents a current and comprehensive overview of fish physiology to demonstrate how living fishes function in their environment. As with other books in the Series, the emphasis is on the unique physiological characteristics of the fish, but with applications to questions of broad relevance in physiological ecology. A preliminary chapter introduces the aquatic environment and gives a general description of fish biology, evolution, and taxonomy. Subsequent sections discuss the particular problems of living in water, life in extreme environments, techniques for studying fish ecophysiology, and future research directions.

Global Perspectives On The Biology And Life History Of The White Shark

Author: Michael L. Domeier
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439848408
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Inspired by the International White Shark Symposium in 2010, Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the White Shark incorporates the most important contemporary research findings into a single peer-reviewed book. This beautifully illustrated reference represents a historic change in the context of White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) research. Once considered one of the most poorly understood and difficult sharks to study, this timely book recognizes a new sophisticated focus on the White Shark, raising its status from obscurity to enlightenment. The Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the White Shark celebrates the White Shark as the most studied shark in the sea. Within the chapters one can find new insights into a vast range of topics, such as behavior, physiology, migration patterns, habitat preferences, daily activity patterns, molecular genetics, reproductive biology and new research methods. The book also delves into population monitoring and policy options for managers and researchers.