Athletes: From Performance Analysis to Injury Prevention

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Eliza O’Toole (Editor)

Series: Sports and Athletics Preparation, Performance, and Psychology
BISAC: SPO000000

Athletes: From Performance Analysis to Injury Prevention opens with a study aiming to assess innovative theoretical approaches for studying human opportunities in sports where maximum achievement is caused by modern technology.

The authors discuss the macro- and micro-nutrient requirements that must be followed by the athlete, depending on the athlete’s total daily energy expenditure, the type of sport, their gender and environmental conditions.

Subsequently, the components of a proper bike fit are explored, focusing on the three interfaces a human has with a bike: foot-pedal, pelvis-saddle, and hands-handlebar. Equipment needs, bike anatomy, and the process of performing a bike fit are reviewed.

Lastly, the authors propose to identify at-risk women’s team sport athletes by identifying psychological perceptions of high vs. low injuries and/or fatigued athletes. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Chapter 1. Features of the Use of Genetic Information in the Training of Highly Qualified Athletes
(Mikhail Shestakov and Vadim Balsevish, Federal Science Center for Physical Culture and Sport, Moscow, Russia, and Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 2. Nutritional Considerations for Athletes
(Ayse Humeyra Islamoglu, PhD, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey)

Chapter 3. Bike Fit in Road Cycling: From Injury Prevention and Troubleshooting to Aerodynamics and Performance Improvement
(Kenneth C. Vitale, MD, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Division of Sports Medicine, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California, US)

Chapter 4. Psychological Correlates of Fatigue and Injury among Adolescent Handball Women Players: Implications for Prevention
(Philippe Vacher, Guillaume Martinent and Michel Nicolas, Laboratory Psy-DREPI, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Dijon, France, and others)

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