There is a new breed of athletic coach in the educational arena. While on speaking engagements around the world, I've en couraged coaches to jump qhead firstq and quickly into sports science. The reason is simple. With new electronic commu nication systems coming on the market almost daily, athletes can get valid and reliable information to help them maximize sports skills, and this information can come faster than most coaches are able to deliver. Coaches have historically rejected most sports science efforts in favor of traditionalqseat of the pantsq systems, but now there is a new kind of athlete who is asking questions never before presented to the coach. Professional athletes are individually seeking out sports scientists for answers to their particular problems. Stories appear daily in the media about athletes making quantum jumps in performance as a result of their association with sports scientists. The tidal wave is building and no one can stop it-not even the sporting goods industry. qHigh-techq athletic equipment is now a must in nearly every sport. Large sporting goods companies have nearly gone bankrupt because of competitors' new qhigh-techq prod ucts. ix X FoREWORD The tail is wagging the dog. Professional, amateur, and weekend athletes alike are demanding technical answers of our sports leaders, and they are going elsewhere if the correct answers aren't available. The number of Olympic athletes visiting our Coto Research Center in California is staggering.Smith, R. E., aamp; Rohsenow, D. J. Trainera#39;s manual for cognitive-affective stress management training. Unpublished ... Wenz, B.J., aamp; Strong, D. J. An application of biofeedback and self-regulation procedures with superior athletes: The fine tuning effect. In R. M. ... 4 Biofeedback and Biomechanics in Athletic Training GIDEON B. ARIEL PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AND BIOFEEDBACK 105.
|Title||:||Biofeedback and Sports Science|
|Author||:||J.H. Sandweiss, S.L. Wolf|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-29|