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Sport, recovery, and performance : interdisciplinary insights
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  • Sport, recovery, and performance : interdisciplinary insights
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  • Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
Physical Description
  • xiii, 269 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
  • Part I: Conceptualizing the problem Chapter 1: Monitoring the recovery-stress state in athletes Chapter 2: Developing athlete monitoring systems: Theoretical basis and practical applications Chapter 3: Perceptions and practices of recovery modalities in elite team athletes Part II: Psychophysiological determinants of under-recovery Chapter 4: Overtraining – what do we know? Chapter 5: Recovery-stress balance and psychobiosocial states monitoring of road cyclists Chapter 6: Psychophysiological features of soccer players‘ recovery-stress balance during the in-season competitive phase Chapter 7: Managing the training load of overreached athletes: Insights from the tapering and detraining literature Chapter 8: Recovery-stress balance and injury risk in team sports Chapter 9: Stress, underrecovery and health problems in athletes Chapter 10: Quantification of training and competition loads in endurance sports: A key to stress-recovery balance and performance Part III: The impact of sleep on recovery. Chapter 11: The role of sleep in maximising performance in elite athletes Chapter 12: Sleep, dreams and athletic performance Chapter 13: Domestic and international travel: Implications for performance and recovery in team-sport athletes Part IV: Transfer to related areas. Chapter 14: What do sport coaches know about recovery? Chapter 15: Stress and recovery in extreme situations Chapter 16: Stress and recovery in applied settings: Long working hours, recovery, and breaks Chapter 17: Psychological relaxation techniques to enhance recovery in sports Chapter 18: Sport, recovery and performance: A concluding summary
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  • Online version: Sport, recovery and performance Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018 ISBN 9781315268149
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  • 978-1-138-28776-1
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  • 978-1-138-28777-8
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Sport, Recovery and Performance is a unique multi-disciplinary collection which examines both the psychological and physiological dimensions to recovery from sport. Including contributions from medicine, neuroscience, psychology and sport science, the book expertly explores the implications for applied and strategic interventions to both retain and stabilize performance, and promote health and well-being.

Including chapters written by its leading experts, the book represents an important milestone in this evolving field of study. It covers issues around measuring recovery, the impact of overtraining on sleep and mental health, and addresses topics such as the impact of travel on performance. The book informs not only how managing recovery can improve performance, but also offers insights in how recovery can sustain athletes' physical and mental health.

Citing research from a range of individual and team sports, as well as extreme situations and the workplace, this is an important book that will be widely read across the sport sciences.

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