6 edition of The Psychology of High-Performance Track & Field found in the catalog.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||273|
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Request PDF | The Psychology of High Performance Track and Field | Edited by Ralph Vernacchia and Traci Statler. This is a major contribution to sport psychology, centering on the needs and. Part 1 addresses the basics of psychology as related to track & field; Part 2 provides mental approaches and techniques for each event category; Part 3 is the Developmental Path to Success; and Part 4 covers performance and lifestyle issues, such as coping with injury, eating disorders, spirituality, stress, and the like.
29 chapters in all Author: Ralph Vernacchia and Traci Statler. High-Performance Training for Track and Field by legendary coaches and authors Bill Bowerman and Bill Freeman is a step-by-step guide for teacher-coaches at all levels.
Coaches in their first years will find it to be a model for success, and experienced coaches will find its systematic analyses of training methods an invaluable addition to 5/5(9). Chapters by 29 experienced contributors. The first section deals with basics and sets the scene for the role of psychology in athletics 6 authors.
The second section is event specific with two chapters relating to combined events. Part 3 deals with the long term development from junior to senior performer and the last section covers a range of issues, injuries, lifestyle, life management.
High-Performance Training for Track and Field by legendary coaches and authors Bill Bowerman and Bill Freeman is a step-by-step guide for teacher-coaches at all levels. Coaches in their first years will find it to be a model for success, and experienced coaches will find its systematic analyses of training methods an invaluable addition to /5(12).
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