Sport and Exercise Physiology Testing Guidelines
The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Guide
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Sport and exercise physiologists are called upon to carry out physiological assessments that have proven validity and reliability, both in sport-specific and health-related contexts. A wide variety of test protocols have been developed and refined. This book is a comprehensive guide to these protocols and to the key issues relating to physiological testing.
Volume I will cover sport-specific testing, and Volume II clinical and exercise testing.
With contributions from many leading specialist physiologists, and covering a wide range of mainstream sports, special populations, and ethical, practical and methodological issues, these volumes represent an essential resource for sport-specific and clinical exercise testing in both research and applied settings.
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Table of Contents
Part 1- General Principles Rationale 1. Health and Safety 2. Psychological Issues in Testing 3. Blood Sampling Methodological Issues: 4. Accuracy and Reliability 5. Scaling 6. Circadian Rhythms General Procedures: 7. Lung Function 8. Anthropometry 9. Flexibility 10. Gas Exchange 11. Lactate Testing 12. Isokinetic Dynanometry 13. Ratings of Perceived Exertion 13. Strength and Maximal Intensity Exercise 14. Upper Body Ergonometry Part 2- Sport Specific Procedures 15. Middle and Long Distance Running 16. Boxing 17. Cycling 18. Modern Pentathlon 19. Rowing 20. Sailing 21. Swimming 22. Triathlon 23. Tennis 24. Table Tennis 25. Squash 26. Badminton 27. Gymnastics 28. Cricket 29. Basketball 30. Football 31. Hockey 31. Netball 32. Rugby League 33. Rugby Union 34. Judo Winter Sports 35. Bobsleigh Sports 36. Ski Sports 37. Skating Sports Part 3- Clinical Exercise Physiology 38. Type II Diabetes 39. Cardiovascular Disorders 40. Pulmonary Disorders 41. Renal Disorders 42. Neuromuscular Disorders Part 4- Special Populations 43. Testing in Children 44. Testing Older People 45. Special Considerations for the Female Athlete 46. Working with Dancers