Science and Football VIII showcases the very latest scientific research into the variety of sports known as ‘football’. These include soccer, the national codes (American football, Australian rules football and Gaelic football), and the rugby codes (union and league). Bridging the gap between theory and practice, this book is by far the most comprehensive collection of current research into football, presenting important new work in key areas such as:
physiology of training
injury and rehabilitation
psychology in football
sociological perspectives in football
Science and Football VIII is an essential resource for all sport scientists, trainers, coaches, physical therapists, physicians, psychologists, educational officers and professionals working across the football codes.
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Table of Contents
Part I: Physiology and Sports Medicine
Training and Testing
1. Muscle Power training in Soccer
2. The Application of the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Tests to the Soccer Population
3. Fitness Coaching in an Elite Soccer Team – with Special Focus on Individual-based Approach
4. Soccer Refereeing Training and Performance
5. Ball Kicking Dynamics in Football Codes: New Insight for Coaching Cues
6. Soccer Fitness – Prevention and Treatment of Lifestyle Diseases
7. The Health Benefits of Rugby-specific Small-sided Games for Sedentary Populations.
8. Recent Research Findings in Australian Football: Application to other Coodes?
9. Physiology of Women´s Soccer from Competitive to Recreational Level
10. Soccer in the Heat – Impact on Physiological Responses, Match-play Characteristics and Recovery
11. Epidemiology of Rugby Injuries
12. Prevention of Contact and Non-contact Injuries in Football/Soccer: 20 Years of F-MARC
13. Eccentric Training as Treatment of Muscle-Tendon Injury
Part II: Humanities and Social Science
14. Women’s Soccer – Historical Development and Current Situation in Europe
15. Development and Voluntarism in Soccer Clubs
16. The Emergence of the Danish Soccer Fitness Concept
17. Smart Consumers and Hopeless Romantics
18. American Football: Ideology and National Identity
19. Gaelic Football in a Sociological Perspective
20. Sport Teams as Complex Social Entities: Tensions and Potentials
21. Flow Experiences in Soccer: The Key to a Successful Physical Activity Intervention?
22. Coaching Practice and Player Development
23. Doping in Soccer: A Moral Psychology Perspective
Jens Bangsbo is Professor in Human Physiology and Exercise Physiology in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Peter Krustrup is Professor in Human Physiology in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Peter Riis Hansen is Consultant Invasive Cardiologist at Gentofte University Hospital, Denmark, and Associate Professor of research at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Laila Ottesen is Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Gertrud Pfister is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Anne-Marie Elbe is Associate Professor for Sport Psychology in the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
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