Emotions in Sport
Human Kinetics, 2000 - Medical - 395 pages
Emotions in Sportis the first comprehensive treatment of how individual and team emotions affect athletic performance. Edited by renowned Olympic advisor, researcher, and teacher Yuri Hanin, the book provides you with
-solid methods for determining the optimal emotional state of individual athletes;
-innovative strategies for avoiding overtraining, burnout, and fatigue, while helping enhance performance;
-an overview of injury management and the positive emotional states that can actually accelerate the healing process; and
-a long-overdue look at exercise, emotions, and mental health.
Appendixes to the volume include a reproducible IZOF model form and step-by-step data collection instructions for your use.
Emotions in Sportincorporates the insights, wisdom, and experience of authorities worldwide to give you a new perspective on this important subject and its impact on athletes.
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