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Our structure diplima in our county have the sport for health in under secondary specialty (much more for handisport), but it had not a public nor liberal status, that's why I would make a equivalency of my teaching (biochimistry, anatomy, general physiology and physiology of sport, morphology and anthropmetry, nurtrition, training methodology, physical culture or musculation, injuries and physical remaking...) , knowledgement in researches in exercise physiologist field for other opportunities in other countries.
Who can publish an article in English for me in the field of sports training in an international magazine. Thank you, and may God bless you
During COVID-19 pandemic beginner and junior athletes decreases their sports performance, because sports training sessions, practices, camps, and school have been cancelled/closed. So what are your suggestions?
The effects of acute exercise on plasma glutamine concentration appear to be largely dependent on the duration and intensity of exercise. Many studies showed that when there is a deficiency of glutamine or when the amount of glutamine is reduced during increased stress or exercise, the body experiences a suppression of the immune system until glutamine levels are restored through either diet or supplements. So I need your experience about the efficacy of L-glutamine supplement on sport training and athletes?
I am a co-owner in a sports training aid company called Chute Trainer. We're always looking for scientific backing to our claims. www.chutetrainer.com Please respond if you're interested in trying a Bat Chute, Throwing Chute, or Golf Chute. Your feedback is necessary to help with validity and branding.
i need book about boxing sport training, as well as books and any journal discussed assesssment and measurementboxing skills; sice this information too little in my countery. pleace help me
The transit period is the time that mediates between training macrocycles in sports.
The coaches have more than one opinion to use stretching exercises before general warm up.....opinion poll.
- Dynamic stretching.
- Static stretching.
- PNF stretching.
Performance coefficient (CP) is a unit of measurement to determine the performance of the volleyball skills.
However, PC had a problem, this unit of measurement does not determine the low performance, medium and high of the volleyball skills.
Which statistical model I can use to make this classification of the volleyball skills?
Action in sports, which refers to "what to do in the play", are qualified as unconscious actions due to time restrictions. In fact, players have very limited time to determine that actions in the course of the game and of course to execute them. Decision-making is studied in the area of sport sciences as a task that players must repeat at all moments during the game and for its entire duration. However, players thrive to make better decisions, which implies to recall their own actions, rethink them and at some point to describe them so they can discuss about it with other teammates. That portion of learning seems to be praised as useful for the quality of teaching-learning-training process although still lacks of scientific evidence due to the complexity decision-making and learning processes themselves.
Please suggest me new sources (literature) in sport and motor behavior and motor control & learning
For example, 2016
Looking for articles, journals, books. Anything that states their position on each topic.
What do you think about altitude training and if necessary in preparing athletes?
side deviations For line work Force leads to weakness in the Force while running and throwing during movement
I'm questioning about the accuracy of infra-red devices...
I have considered the 3 min YMCA step test or Queens College Step test but I am unsure if these are the most suitable tests for such a broad age range. It is intended that the test to assess aerobic capacity will be administered by a physiotherapist/health professional in a small space at a centre or in participants homes.
I need information about the use of mental training in soccer. If nothing is present interesting , I'd like to do research in the near future on this topic.
Thank for your help!
Best warm up for Olympic lifts to create max power out put?
Planning on testing max power output using force plates. Looking for a warm up. Is it best to stretch, use a RAMP protocol or lift with percentages of 1rpm with allocated rest between sets of 3 working up to the percentage weight required?
I would to know if on protocol of yoyo intermittent endurance test, the warning is given when the participant does not complete a successful go and back shuttle in the programed time. The next time the subject do not complete a successful shuttle in the time or to desist is removed of test. My question is: For termination the test, the participant is need to fail two occasions followed or can be to fail aleatoric throughout the test?
Many research have spoken a lot on theories and exercises but very few with applications. First I would like to hear your thought on the subject and exercises you personally use with patient/students or have used yourself
How I can control (monitor) the daily (or total) energy expenditures of rat during 8 weeks exercise training?
In other hand, We are interested to investigate effects of difference intensities of exercise training on lipid metabolism. So does it necessary to control energy expenditure of rats?
The answer may be trivial but I can´t find an answer anywhere. Are there any studys that indicate safety issues or experimented on higher BFR loads?
Many studies have investigated different soccer small-sided games formats in order to find the effect of rule changes in tactical, technical, physical and physiological performances. In almost every protocol, warm-up activities are proposed, i.e. sprints, running, ball contacts and other. However, I couldn't find any reference to this choice. What is possible to speculate about the influence of the warm-up and the warm-up settings in soccer small-sided games?
I would like to make contact with researchers studying volleyball. Someone who studies on teaching methodology of team sports primarily on volleyball.
I want to know the difference between training methods and how to form a unity a training day using each method
I'm designing a research project where I need to ask participants how many years of regular practice of running they have. Kluitenberg et al in their systematic review (2015) mentions that novice runners are those who haven't a regular running experience in the last year. So, I wonder what is a regular or normal running experience?
i know they can be serveral... but at least to mention it
I want to study the physiological influences of perfectionism in athletes and I have trouble with finding any previous study. I appreciate it if any one could help me with that.
To assess the Indian Youths towards professionalism. Also would like to fixed the ways to prepare the professional sportsman.
I am looking to produce a dissertation study based on the effects of plyometric training on sand to see if it can be used as an additional training program in footballers seasons to increase power output, agility, vertical jump height and speed. Whilst have minimal effect on muscle soreness and fatigue.
So far I have found - 6
1998 - Blazevich & Jenkins
2002 - Blazevich & Jenkins
2011 - KLIMENTINI et al
2012 - Natalia Romero-Franco et al
2013 - Fernandez et al
2013 - Kamandulis et al
In the context of sports training and strategies, are there any works applying artificial intelligence techniques or computing models to assist on sports training or strategies? Conferences or journals to recommend? For example, a model to assist football coaches to plan practices given the adversaries' characteristics and season schedule...
Normally training induces muscular supercompensation rather quickly and predictably, however vo2max improvement is usually slower to show up. Can you point me to a research paper that examines training induced vo2 max improvement that is rather rigorous with the time / improvement graphing of the data? Thanks in advance.
Specifically looking at strength based athletes
I am currently undertaking a project looking at the physiological responses of two different forms of high intensity interval training protocols (Wingate and intermittent sprints). I am currently struggling finding a pre-test protocol that can be used to identify an individuals VO2 max. On the treadmill. From review of various papers I have found a prominent test however it incorporates a steady increase in gradient, however because my sprints will take place on a flat gradient, I do not want to use a gradient based test to determine VO2 max. Any suggestions?
Starting from a 80 bpm, is it possible to decrease it to 60 in 6 months by performing both aerobic and anaerobic training?
How long -if possible- would a person need to decrease it by 20 by performing only aerobic training?
I have little experience with divers competing in platform and springboard. I am aware of many core exercises that have limited specificity to joint movement in diving, however would like to include some new exercises that are perhaps more specific. I currently prescribe Swiss ball pikes and hanging leg raises (athlete holding onto chin up bar lifts feet towards hands), plus other general core exercises. Does anyone know of a wider range of movements that will target the core muscles in a way similar to the diving movements?
Do you think that shooting accuracy in the mornig is more or less successfull then in the evening?