Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes provides the tools needed to create a successful athlete monitoring plan. Coaches are able to use these skills to adapt their current training programmes and help their athletes achieve peak performance.
This year we will be supporting the World Conference on Science and Soccer (WCSS) which is taking place at Université Rennes 2, France from 31st May-2nd June 2017. Continue reading “Discover the latest findings in football science with WCSS 2017”
Military, police and fire and rescue workers need to be in top physical condition to perform their jobs well. A lack of physical conditioning can lead to an increased risk of injury, or worse. Not just for tactical athletes, but for those they serve. Which is why NSCA’s Essentials of Tactical Strength and Conditioning is a vital resource. It contains the latest scientific information to assist trainers working with tactical athletes to implement s&c programmes that are fit for duty.
From office jobs and long commutes to passive entertainment like television and video games, humans are sitting more than ever. Though lack of exercise has major health consequences, researchers are now examining the additional and widespread health risk of the simple act of sitting for extended periods.
This year’s Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Student Conference is being held at the University of Winchester from 20th-21st May 2017. This conference aims to give a platform for undergraduate, postgraduate and early career researchers in the field of sport psychology to present their work, meet other researchers and attend talks and workshops.
Athletic Movement Skills covers the underlying science and offers prescriptive advice on bridging the gap between scientist and practitioner so coaches and athletes can work together to achieve dominance.