Science and Racket Sports

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Thomas Reilly, Mike Hughes, A. Lees
Taylor & Francis, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 281 pages
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Contents

Investigation of exercise intensity in male
10
A biomechanical analysis of the doublehanded grip
19
Cramps heat stroke and abnormal biological responses
28
Physiological effects of squash participation
44
Development of an oncourt aerobic test for elite
51
Influence of physical fitness specific to the game
61
A comparison of profiles between county and club
69
The physiological profile of elite junior squash
76
Injuries in junior lawn tennis players
181
Forces in a badminton lunge movement
186
Isokinetic leg strength before and after replacement
195
Psychological preparation in racket sports
203
Mental training for junior tennis players resident
212
How effective are psychological techniques used
221
A computerised analysis of female coaching behaviour
238
Expert knowledge structures for racket play
244

The biomechanics of tennis stroke production
89
A threedimensional analysis of the tennis serves
98
Threedimensional cinematographic analysis of
113
Computer aided prediction of the vibration
134
Elbow injuries in tennis
155
Computerised notation of racket sports
249
how important is it?
266
Index
279
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