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Athlete psychology 2
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Drawing on the relevant research literature, critically discuss the relative merits of various psycho-social intervention strategies to help athletes expedite their re-entry into competitive sport. Sports based injury rehabilitation has evolved over the decades.… Common factors are generally identified for rehabilitation in nearly all of the models in use but…
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Coach-athlete Relationship in Soccer
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Behind every successful sportsperson are three possessions. Hard work, dedication and will to succeed and behind these three factors is the effort carried by his coach. Therefore the thing that counts is the endeavour of athlete's coach escorting him/her to the thresholds of success.… Whether a boy athlete or a girl, every individual sportsperson enjoys a…
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Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete
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Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete Elaine C Dixon Academic Research Abstract Professional rugby player, 20-year old Simon, was tackled during a game last week, which caused his right shoulder to become dislocated. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan revealed that his glenohumeral joint has been severely damaged, including a superior labrum from anterior to posterior (SLAP) lesion, which is an injury to the superior labrum, the rim of cartilage in the socket near the joint’s biceps anchor attachment (Reinold, 2008) (Abrams and Safran, 2009).…
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College as a Student-Athlete
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Student-Athletes: Issues & Effects on Performance The issues surrounding student-athletes are of immense importance for the colleges, universities, educational departments, regulatory bodies, students, parents and other concerned people. These issues need to be addressed due to the influence they have on student-athletes and every aspect of their life.…
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Performance Training for the Tactical Athlete
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This pertains to be fit both physically and mentally. He notes that, to ensure that an athlete is well prepared before an action, there must be an effective training… Nonetheless, experts’ advice that there is a limit beyond which no more increase in performance can be added by any additional stimuli (American College of Sports Medicine, 2006). They argue that…
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Nutritional evaluation of an young athlete
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Background: For physically active individuals, a steady supply of nutritional elements and supplementation represents insurance that deficiencies of nutrients would not occur, thus would not affect the performance adversely. In fact, it has been appropriately stated that making sound nutritional choices does not guarantee athletic prowess, but poor nutritional choices almost certainly constraints performance always.…
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The psychology of coaching today's athlete
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Basketball THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BECOMING A BASKETBALL COACH English IV Honors Mr. Dunn Introduction What does coaching mean? Coaching is teaching. It is an educational process which is teaching communication about teamwork and the learning of skills of a particular sport and in this case Basketball.… These associates can affect training because the athlete is not…
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Athlete and (a type of supplement)
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A variety of such supplements like whey protein, creatine, branch-chain amino acids etc., are available. However, some companies make tall claims, and it is not always known if a supplement is genuinely helpful… The study aimed to asses the effect of these on strength, body composition, and plasma glutamine levels during a 10 week, supervised resistance…
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Professional athlete are not over paid
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They are physically fit and have certain skills and traits. They represents various sports including tennis, basket ball, cricket, base ball, golf,… They have proven their skills over a period of time, they have work hard to achieve them and the most they have work hard towards creating an image. It doesn’t take a day, week, month or even a year to achieve a…
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BRITISH ELITE ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT AND ITS ORGANISATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
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Athletes that represent Great Britain come from Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom and all of its overseas territories except three as well as the 3 states that depend on the Crown. Great… In light of such representation at high profile events, the role of managers has become a matter of interest to stakeholders in athletics. Managers are highly trained…
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Athlete Aggression on the Rink and off the Ice
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This paper focuses on the study conducted by Nick Pappas in his journal Athlete Aggression on the Rink and off the Ice. Nick Pappas focuses on the relationship between young people engagement in sporting activities and their advancement of aggressive trends. … Athlete Aggression on the Rink and off the Ice Pappas made an analysis of contributors,…
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To an Athlete Dying Young by A. F. Housman (Poetry)
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The consistent application of metaphor, rhyme and figurative languages together with careful usage of somber reflective mood witnessed right from the beginning of the first… speaker congratulates the young and eminent athlete for dying at a young and prime age rather than dying at old age when one and all his or her achievements are forgotten. In the first…
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Athlete aggression on the rink and off the ice
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Nick Pappas focuses on the relationship between young people engagement in sporting activities and their advancement of aggressive trends. Pappas suggests that in the view of the fact that male sportsmen have shown aggressive trends in a diversity of occasions, they may have a possibility of applying violence both in and away from the sports grounds.…
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DIET EVALUATION : MALE / FEMALE FITNESS TRAINER & MALE / FEMALE ATHLETE
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Diet Analysis Name:  Institution:       Male Fitness Trainer’s Dietary Analysis Fitness trainers primarily perform anaerobic exercises. As such their exercising regime is characteristically shorter, speedier, quicker, and requires more muscle power.… In order to acquire this, the fitness trainers should have a higher protein intake so as to ensure there is…
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A Speedy Solution: Working with an Underperforming Athlete
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According to Kathleen Berger, author of The Developing Person Through the Life Span, the cognitive theory is very important when it comes to learned behavior as it “emphasizes the structure and development of thought processes” and how “these thoughts and expectations profoundly affect attitudes, beliefs, values, assumptions, and actions”.… Applying the…
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Compare To an Athlete Dying Young and Ex-Basketball Player
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Writer Customer English 13 April 2012 Comparative analysis of To an Athlete Dying Young and Ex-Basketball Player 1. Introduction Both the poems “To an Athlete Dying Young” and “Ex-Basketball Player” focus on the glory of youth and the failures faced by youngsters and the transitory nature of glory and fame.… In the poem, “Ex-Basketball Player” the poet…
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Compare To an Athlete Dying Young and Ex-Basketball Player
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Rather than depicting it as a loss the poet considers the individual lucky as he believes that he died as a hero. He was lucky because he did not become a… Updike talks about this failure as he had first hand experience of watching young people in his town ruining their lives. As he once said, “One of the dominant impressions of my growing-up in Pennsylvania -…
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Altruistic athlete
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1 Terrance “Terry” Fox Terrance Stanley Fox was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada of July 28, 1958. When Terry was 18 years old, he found out that he had a malignant tumor in his right leg, which resulted in his having the leg amputated 6 inches above the knee.… His hope was to raise $1 from every Canadian to fight cancer. In a letter he wrote to the Canadian…
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Case Study Report on Massive Rotatot Cuff Injury in Youth Athlete
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Case Study Report on Rotator Cuff Injury Introduction Injuries pertaining to rotator cuff are the most common cause of shoulder pain in individuals of any age group (Malanga, 2012). The injury can range from reversible acute tendinitis to massive tears involving the subscapularis, supraspinatus and infraspinatus.… In this case study report, rotator cuff injury…
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Magazine Article: Taxation Requirements for an American Athlete if They Work in Foreign Country
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Magazine Article Taxation requirements for an American athlete if they work in foreign country The United States of America is a federation with autonomous states and local governments. Taxes are imposed in the United States at each of these levels. These include taxes on income, property, sales, import, payroll, estates and gifts as well as fees.… Sales taxes…
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What role does the coach play in developing athletes, and what importance does the Coach Athlete relationship have on performance
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A coach is responsible for developing athletes by enabling them achieve their full potential and fulfill their personal goals. Coaches prepare athletes to effectively participate in challenging athletic events. Coaches… The importance of the “coach-athlete” relationship on performance will also be discussed. Being a facilitator, a coach should ensure that an…
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Sports Culture and the College Athlete: Hoop Dreams and Branch's The Shame of College Sports
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Name Institution Course Date “Sports culture and the collage athlete” The united states of America are among the countries that hosts big time sports at higher learning institutions. This should not give pause a debate or any be controversial in itself.… Some are always glued behind their televisions, radios and online news to help them catch up with the…
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Case Study Report on Massive Rotatot Cuff Injury in Youth Athlete
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The injury can range from reversible acute tendinitis to massive tears involving the subscapularis, supraspinatus and infraspinatus. While in younger… In this case study report, rotator cuff injury in a young athlete will be discussed. The report is based on a case study that was published earlier. 16 year old male fell on the left shoulder and sustained…
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Talent identification and development in the UK. Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)
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Talent may be noted at an early age of a child’s life, but only trained specialists can identify it and be able to develop that talent to something better. However, the early indicators of talent may not necessarily determine whether one will reach an experts level, but they also give an indication as to whether one would succeed at some point in life.…
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A Young Athlete
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In Athens, Vases sculptured similar to above illustrated amphora were packed with 42 quarts of sacred Athenian olive oil were delivered like rewards to champions in the athletic competition of the Panathenaic Festival which was conducted once in every 4 years. (Hyman 2006)… r affection for games amid supplementary things had distinguished them from non-Greeks…
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