Conscious Coaching

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ISBN: 0967927307
Release Date: 1999-12-01
Number of pages: 170
Author: Kathleen E. Donovan
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Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

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ISBN: 9781135075095
Release Date: 2015-12-14
Number of pages: 464
Author: David Joyce
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation in PDF and EPUB World-class rehabilitation of the injured athlete integrates best practice in sports medicine and physical therapy with training and conditioning techniques based on cutting-edge sports science. In this ground-breaking new book, leading sports injury and rehabilitation professionals, strength and conditioning coaches, biomechanists and sport scientists show how this integrated model works across the spectrum of athlete care. In every chapter, there is a sharp focus on the return to performance, rather than just a return to play. The book introduces evidence-based best practice in all the core areas of sports injury risk management and rehabilitation, including: performance frameworks for medical and injury screening; the science of pain and the psychology of injury and rehabilitation; developing core stability and flexibility; performance retraining of muscle, tendon and bone injuries; recovery from training and rehabilitation; end-stage rehabilitation, testing and training for a return to performance. Every chapter offers a masterclass from a range of elite sport professionals, containing best practice protocols, procedures and specimen programmes designed for high performance. No other book examines rehabilitation in such detail from a high performance standpoint. Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation is essential reading for any course in sports medicine and rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, sports science, and for any clinician, coach or high performance professional working to prevent or rehabilitate sports injuries.


Physical Preparation for Ice Hockey

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ISBN: 9781524651213
Release Date: 2016-12-27
Number of pages: 260
Author: Anthony Donskov
Publisher: AuthorHouse

Download and read online Physical Preparation for Ice Hockey in PDF and EPUB This book was written for both hockey player and coach. Hockey has been a passion of mine since early childhood. I was born and raised in Canada and relocated to the United States in 1990. Hockey has been the fabric of our family tree. From youth hockey to having the opportunity to play at the minor professional level, I have enjoyed this great game and the life lessons it has instilled along the way. It was during my career in university where coaching became a passion. I loved the weight room, the preparation, and the process. It was, and still is, a place of solace for me—a classroom. My love for strength and conditioning was born in the sweaty confines of the Miami (OH) strength and conditioning facility located in Oxford, Ohio, and run by then strength and conditioning coach Dan Dalrymple. Coach D instilled pride, work ethic, and belief in his athletes. Our two-thousand-square foot weight room was a place of preparation, competition, and embodied the team-first spirit. At that instant, I knew my calling was to serve as a coach. I owe much gratitude and appreciation to Coach D. He was a mentor to me! Thanks, Coach, your imprint has left an indelible mark.


The Modern Art of High Intensity Training

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ISBN: 9781492544999
Release Date: 2017-01-23
Number of pages: 224
Author: Broussal-Derval, Aurelien
Publisher: Human Kinetics

Download and read online The Modern Art of High Intensity Training in PDF and EPUB Featuring 40 exercises, 127 workouts, and a full 15-week program, The Modern Art of High Intensity Training offers a visually stunning presentation of all things high intensity. Along with covering the five principles of high intensity training, its eye-catching illustrations convey the strength, power, and beauty of the movements.


Legacy

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ISBN: 9781472104908
Release Date: 2013-11-07
Number of pages: 160
Author: James Kerr
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Legacy in PDF and EPUB Champions do extra. They sweep the sheds. They follow the spearhead. They keep a blue head. They are good ancestors. In Legacy, best-selling author James Kerr goes deep into the heart of the world's most successful sporting team, the legendary All Blacks of New Zealand, to reveal 15 powerful and practical lessons for leadership and business. Legacy is a unique, inspiring handbook for leaders in all fields, and asks: What are the secrets of success - sustained success? How do you achieve world-class standards, day after day, week after week, year after year? How do you handle pressure? How do you train to win at the highest level? What do you leave behind you after you're gone? What will be your legacy?


Functional Training for Sports

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Publisher: Human Kinetics

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How to Support a Champion

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ISBN: 0995464308
Release Date: 2016-02-25
Number of pages: 286
Author: Dr Steve Ingham
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Download and read online How to Support a Champion in PDF and EPUB If you are contemplating working with a champion, a potential champion, or anyone with untapped talent - be prepared, be very prepared. In 1998 Sir Steve Redgrave stared at Ingham and demanded to know, "Are you going to make me go faster?" Ingham had been trained and developed as a scientist, but in that single instance he questioned everything he thought he knew. Applied science in elite sport has boomed. Science has radically changed elite sport, but one thing remains as the guiding focus - the summit of performing to your best and winning. This applies to the athlete, the coaches and increasingly for the applied practitioner. In this book Ingham draws on the lessons learned from a career in the intense, unforgiving rollercoaster of elite sport; helping, supporting and developing some of the best athletes in the world, including Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Matthew Pinsent, Hayley Tullett, Kelly Sotherton, and Jessica Ennis-Hill as they pursue their goals. His journey shows that all the knowledge in the world will get you only so far, but it is with trust, team-work, critical thinking, adaptability, accountability and altruism that you can truly support a champion.


The Art of Coaching Teams

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ISBN: 9781118984178
Release Date: 2016-02-16
Number of pages: 384
Author: Elena Aguilar
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online The Art of Coaching Teams in PDF and EPUB The missing how-to manual for being an effective team leader The Art of Coaching Teams is the manual you never received when you signed on to lead a team. Being a great teacher is one thing, but leading a team, or team development, is an entirely different dynamic. Your successes are public, but so are your failures—and there's no specific rubric or curriculum to give you direction. Team development is an art form, and this book is your how-to guide to doing it effectively. You'll learn the administrative tasks that keep your team on track, and you'll gain access to a wealth of downloadable tools that simplify the "getting organized" process. Just as importantly, you'll explore what it means to be the kind of leader that can bring people together to accomplish difficult tasks. You'll find practical suggestions, tools, and clear instructions for the logistics of team development as well as for building trust, developing healthy communication, and managing conflict. Inside these pages you'll find concrete guidance on: Designing agendas, making decisions, establishing effective protocols, and more Boosting your resilience, understanding and managing your emotions, and meeting your goals Cultivating your team's emotional intelligence and dealing with cynicism Utilizing practical tools to create a customized framework for developing highly effective teams There is no universal formula for building a great team, because every team is different. Different skills, abilities, personalities, and goals make a one-size-fits-all approach ineffective at best. Instead, The Art of Coaching Teams provides a practical framework to help you develop your group as a whole, and keep the team moving toward their common goals.


Coaching Presence

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ISBN: 0749470577
Release Date: 2014
Number of pages: 208
Author: Maria Iliffe-Wood
Publisher: Kogan Page Limited

Download and read online Coaching Presence in PDF and EPUB One of the hallmarks of maturity as a coach is awareness of how your values, beliefs, and other factors affect your coaching interventions. It takes skill to notice these influences which can manifest both physically and mentally during coaching, while simultaneously ensuring a client focused approach. Coaching Presence examines how self-awareness can be built across key aspects of coaching practice, introducing a model that will help you make a conscious and deliberate choice for every approach or intervention that you use with your client. It explores how, by paying close attention to the motivations behind every coaching choice, you can minimize the unconscious negative influences and bias to produce the best outcome for the client and their wider system. It will also help you recognize when conscious visibility expressed explicitly to the client may actually be the best coaching solution.


The Science of Rugby

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ISBN: 9781135135409
Release Date: 2014-11-20
Number of pages: 278
Author: Craig Twist
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Science of Rugby in PDF and EPUB The Science of Rugby is the only book to examine the scientific principles underpinning the preparation of rugby players for high performance. Drawing on the very latest scientific evidence, and covering both codes (union and league), the book explores every aspect of preparation and performance that introduces best practice by leading coaches and sports science professionals from around the rugby world. The book covers key topics such as: Physical preparation and conditioning Strength and power training Monitoring match and training demands Match-day strategies for enhancing physical and technical performance Management of fatigue and recovery Training and playing in the heat Travel and jet lag Injury epidemiology Psychological preparation Performance analysis Biomechanics Nutrition Talent identification and youth development The book also incorporates several case-studies to demonstrate how scientific principles have been applied in practice. No other book bridges the gap between theory and applied practice in rugby, from grass roots to elite international standard, and therefore this is essential reading for any student, researcher, sport scientist, coach, physiotherapist or clinician with an interest in the game.


The Physiology of Training for High Performance

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ISBN: 9780199650644
Release Date: 2014-05
Number of pages: 432
Author: Duncan MacDougall
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Physiology of Training for High Performance in PDF and EPUB Underpinned by an understanding of the mechanisms behind adaptation—and thoroughly supported by scientific research—this title provides the information necessary to decide on the most effective way to improve performance.


Peak Performance

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ISBN: 9781623367930
Release Date: 2017-06-06
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Author: Brad Stulberg
Publisher: Rodale

Download and read online Peak Performance in PDF and EPUB What Makes Great? A few common principles drive performance, regardless of the field or the task at hand. Whether someone is trying to qualify for the Olympics, break ground in mathematical theory, or craft an artistic masterpiece, many of the practices that lead to great success are the same. In Peak Performance, Brad Stulberg, a former McKinsey and Company consultant and journalist who covers health and the science of human performance, and Steve Magness, a performance scientist and coach of world-class athletes, team up to demystify these practices and demonstrate how everyone can achieve their best. The first book of its kind, Peak Performance combines the inspiring stories of top performers across a range of capabilities—from athletic to intellectual to artistic—with the latest scientific insights into the cognitive and neurochemical factors that drive performance in all domains. In doing so, Peak Performance uncovers new links that hold promise as performance enhancers but that have been overlooked in our traditional ways of thinking. The result is a life-changing book in which you will learn how to enhance your performance by optimally alternating between periods of intense work and rest; priming your body and mind for enhanced productivity; and developing and harnessing the power of a self-transcending purpose. In revealing the science of great performance and the stories of great performers across a wide range of capabilities, Peak Performance uncovers the secrets of success, and coaches you on how to use them. If you want to take your game to the next level, whatever "your game" might be, Peak Performance will teach you how.


High Performance Training for Sports

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ISBN: 9781450444828
Release Date: 2014-05-16
Number of pages: 392
Author: Joyce, David
Publisher: Human Kinetics

Download and read online High Performance Training for Sports in PDF and EPUB High-Performance Training for Sports presents today’s best athlete conditioning protocols and programs in the world. An elite group of international strength and conditioning specialists and sport physiotherapists explain and demonstrate the most effective applications of the most current sport science and sports medicine to enhance athletic performance.


Attention and Motor Skill Learning

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ISBN: 073606270X
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 211
Author: Gabriele Wulf
Publisher: Human Kinetics

Download and read online Attention and Motor Skill Learning in PDF and EPUB Intended for motor behaviour and cognitive psychology courses, and for professionals, this title explores how focus of attention can affect motor performance, particularly the learning of motor skills. It details how an individual's focus changes with age and type of task, allowing readers to apply the information across a variety of settings.


Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes

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ISBN: 9781492535201
Release Date: 2017-03-10
Number of pages: 264
Author: McGuigan, Mike
Publisher: Human Kinetics

Download and read online Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes in PDF and EPUB Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes provides practitioners with the information needed in order to oversee an athlete monitoring system and to collect, analyze, and interpret monitoring data so that training programs can be adjusted to achieve optimal athlete preparation and performance.