High Performance Youth Swimming - Jeanne Dekerle

High Performance Youth Swimming

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High Performance Youth Swimming provides an in-depth view of the physiological, biomechanical, and multifaceted underpinning of swimming success, with a focus on youth. Considerations of both growth and maturation processes and the intricacies of the swimming training environment are core throughout the book. Les mer
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High Performance Youth Swimming provides an in-depth view of the physiological, biomechanical, and multifaceted underpinning of swimming success, with a focus on youth. Considerations of both growth and maturation processes and the intricacies of the swimming training environment are core throughout the book.


Divided into sections on physiology of swimming, motor control, biomechanics, and long-term well-being, the book also includes chapters from international contributors on:




Strength and conditioning
Skill acquisition
Overtraining
Burnout
Respiratory health


This volume is for those interested in enhancing their art of coaching through a deeper understanding of the science of swimming, including swimming coaches, those who wish - and question how - to best support youth swimming performance, or anyone interested in swimming science more generally.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 308
ISBN: 9781138595972
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Section 1. Setting the Scene: The Young Athlete





1. Introduction to Growth and Maturation


Anthony Birat and Sebastien Ratel





2. Physiological Determinants of Swimming Performance and their Trainability in Children


Anthony Birat and Sebastien Ratel





3. Strength and Conditioning Considerations for Youth Swimmers


Flo Pietzsch





4. Performance across a Swimmer's Career


Shilo Dormehl





Section 2. Sizing and Shaping the Engine of the Young Swimmer





5. Determinants of Long-Distance Performance in Youth Swimmers


Jeanne Dekerle





6. Determinants of Middle-Distance Performance in Youth Swimmers


Jeanne Dekerle and Ben Scott





7. Determinants of Short-Distance Performance in Youth Swimmers


Jeanne Dekerle





8. Physiology-based Considerations when Training the Youth Swimmers


Jeanne Dekerle





9. Monitoring Training Load in and out of the Pool, Optimal Load, and Periodisation in Young Swimmers


David Pyne





Section 3. Sharpening the Technical Skills of the Young Swimmer





10. Propelling Efficiency, Water Resistances, and the Latest in Young Swimmer's Biomechanics


Tiago M. Barbosa and Jorge E. Morais





11. Motor Control: Coordination and Stroking Parameters in Young Swimmers


Ludovic Seifert





12. Skill Acquisition in the Swimming Pool: A Critical Perspective on the Information Processing Approach


Nicholas J. Smeeton and Ludovic Seifert





13. A Nonlinear Pedagogy Approach to Promoting Skill Acquisition in Young Swimmers


Ludovic Seifert and Nicholas J. Smeeton


Section 4. The long-term well-being of the young swimmer





14. Non-functional Overreaching and Overtraining in Young Swimmers


Craig A. Williams and Richard Winsley





15. Burnout and Training Maladaptation Affect Well-Being: Strategies for Wellness amongst Young Swimmers


Sean Heath





16. Interrogating Practice and Philosophy for the Long-Term Performance and Well-Being of the Young Swimmer


James Wallis





17. Nutritional Consideration for the Young Swimmer


David B. Pyne





18. The Respiratory Health of Young Swimmers


Valerie Bougault and James H. Hull





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Jeanne Dekerle is a principal lecturer at the University of Brighton, United Kingdom, and holds BSc, MSc, and PhD degrees in sports coaching and exercise physiology. Jeanne has been a swimming teacher, coach, head teacher, and head coach for over 15 years. Today, Jeanne continues her research and enterprise activities in swimming physiology with around 50 peer-reviewed articles to date and several collaborations with government bodies.