Sports Science

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Pinnacle Technology, Apr 15, 2008 - Sports & Recreation
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Contents

PREFACE
1Sports ScienceAn Overview
Teaching as a GoalOriented Activity
Teaching Functions and Skills
Personal Characteristics of Teacher
Value Positions and Beliefs in Teaching
Selecting Instructional Processes to Meet Goals
ProcessesMeans of Achieving Goals
PROVISION FOR FEEDBACK EVALUATION
SELECTION OF CONTENT
COMMUNICATION OF TASKS
PROGRESSION OF CONTENT
PROVISION FOR FEEDBACK AND EVALUATION
STATION TEACHING
COMMUNICATION OF TASKS
PROGRESSION OF CONTENT

Instructional Process
Prelesson and Postlesson
Unit of Analysis
Content and Management Behaviour
2Managerial Functions of Sports
General Qualifications for Sport Science Educators
Special Qualifications for Sport Science Educators in Other Settings
Personal Policies
Personal Recruitment and Selection
Guidelines for Selection
Orientation of the New Staff Member
InService Training
Principles of Personnel Administration
Supcrvision
Qualities of the Supervisor who is a Leader
Responsibilities of Supervisors
General Points of Conflict between Supervisors and Staff Members
Problems Requiring Special Attention
Measurement
Measurement by Teacher
Methods of Evalnating Teachers
Innovations in Teacher Evaluation
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Importance of Program Development and the Role of Administration
Components of Sport Science Program
Principles of Program Development
People Involved in Program Development
Planning by People Involved in Program Development
Developing the Program
Factors Affecting Program Development
Selected Approaches to Organizing Curriculum Experiences
Measurement
FISCAL MANAGEMENT
Objective of Fiscal Management
Responsibility
Place of Fiscal Management in Sport Science and Athletic Programs
Purposes of Budgets
Kinds of Budgets
Budget Preparation
Role of Staff Members in Preparation of Budget
Estimation of Expenditure and Income Expenditure
Sources of Income
Budget Organization
Budget Presentation and Adoption
Budget Administration
PlanningProgrammingBudgeting System PPBS Definition
How can PPBS be Applied to Sport Science Programs
Business Administration and Fiscal Management in Schools and Colleges
Function
Purpose
Financial Accountability
Principles for Financial Accounting
Importance of Financial Accounting
Accounting for Receipts and Expenditures
Coat Analysis
FACILITY MANAGEMENT
Planning the Facility
Indoor swimming pools
THE PURCHASE AND CARE OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
3Significance ofCoaching in Sports
ETHICAL ISSUES IN COUNSELLING
LIMITS TO THE COACHS ROLE AS COUNSELLOR
COUNSELLING TECHNIQUES
DEALING WITH PROBLEM ATHLETES
HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS
PROBLEMS ARISING FROM THE GROWTH OF GIRLS AND WOMENS SPORT
FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE GROWTH OF GIRLS AND WOMENS SPORT
PHILOSOPHICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WOMENS AND MENS ATHLETICS
HUMANISTIC SPORT
PSYCHOLOGY OF COACHING YOUTH SPORT
COACHING GIRLS VERSUS BOYS IN YOUTH SPORT
DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS OF A YOUTH SPORT COACH
ANXIETY IN YOUTH SPORT
MOTIVATION
SETTING GOALS
MOTIVATION
MOTIVATION TECHNIQUES
CHANGING CULTURAL VALUES
AGGRESSION
PSYCHOLOGICAL MAKEUP
4Recreation Leisure and Sports
PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPORT AND EDUCATIONAL REFORM
THE SPORTS COUNCILS PLANS
LEISURE AND WORK
TAKING PART IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL RECREATIONRECENT TRENDS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND LEISURE
THE NEXT TEN YEARS
YOUNG PEOPLE AND SPORT
DISABLED PEOPLE AND SPORT
INTO THE NINETIES
AN INFORMATION CAMPAIGN
SPORTS FOR THE OLDER PERSON
YEAR OF SPORT
CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT FOR SPORT
SPORTS AND DEPRIVED AREAS
THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SPORT
TELEVISION AND SPORT
NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES AND SPORT
HOOLIGANISMAN UNWANTED BYPRODUCT
SPORT ENTERTAINMENT AND THE SPECTATOR
5Teaching Tactics and Methodology in Sports
SELECTION OF CONTENT
COMMUNICATION OF TASKS
PROVISION FOR FEEDBACK AND EVALUATION
PEER TEACHING
PROGRESSION OF CONTENT
STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESS OF STRATEGY
SELECTION OF CONTENT
COMMUNICATION OF TASKS
PROVISIONS FOR FEEDBACK AND EVALUATION
STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF STRATEGY
6Sports Administration andManagement Process
POSDCORB
OTHER APPROACHES TO MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
SOME DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW ADMINISTRATOR
MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVE AND ACCOUNTABILITY
THE NEW PERSPECTIVE OF ADMINISTRATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ATHLETICS
THE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MOVEMENT AND WOMEN IN ADMINISTRATION
THEORIES OF ADMINISTRATION AND STYLES OF
APPLYING ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY
7Techniques and Methods ofObservation in Sports
INTUITIVE OBSERVATION
EVENT RECORDING
THE SAMPLING
DURATION RECORDING
ANECDOTAL RECORDS
INTERVAL RECORDING
INTERACTION ANALYSIS
OSCDPE for example takes 40 hours to learn how to use for research purposes
RATING SCALES
ALEPE
TEACHER FEEDBACK
STUDENTS TIME EXPENDITURE
STUDENT CONDUCT
OSCDPE
CAFIAS
8Evaluation of Performance Testsin Sports Science
9Sports Skills Test of Sportspersons
AAHPER Archery Test for Boys and Girls
The Vanderhoof Golf Test
French Short Serve Test
Bobrich Badminton Observational Rating Scale
Hamer MiniMatch of Tennis Ability
Wisconsin Wall Test for Serve
AAHPERD Basketball Test for Boys and Girls
Shooting Ability and Offensive Moves
Defensive Moves and Tactics
Body Control and Balance
Valcourt Racquetball Skills Test Battery
The Long Wall Volley Test
HenryFriedel Field Hockey Test
Chapman Ball Control Test
10Muscular Strength Testin Sports
Observation to be Made
Equipment
11Strength andEndurance Training in Sports
Sports With LongLasting Applications Of Force
General Structure
General adaptations
Downhill skiing
Training with junior Athletes
Sports With ShortDuration High Concentric Applications of Force
General Structure
General adaptations
Specific Structure and demands
Shot Put
Boxing
12Importance of Nutritional Dietand Performance in Sports
THE PRUDENT DIET IS THE CONRNERSTONE
2 Maintain a Healthy Weight
4 Choose a Diet with Plenty of Vegetables Fruits and Grain Products
6 Use Salt and Sodium Only in Moderation
7 If Yon Drink Alcoholic Beverages Do So in Moderation
Dietary Practices of Athletes
NUTRITION KNOWLEDGE OF ATHLETES AND COACHES
INCREASE TOTAL ENERGY INTAKE
FACTORS THAT DETERMINE TYPE OF FUEL USED FOR ATP PRODUCTION
KEEP THE CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE HIGH
DRINK LARGE AMOUNTS OF FLUIDS DURING TRAINING AND THE EVENT
The Importance of Water for Temperature Regulation During Exercise
Should Electrolytes and Carbohydrates Be Use During Exercise?
KEEP A CLOSE WATCH ON POSSIBLE IRON DEFICIENCY
VITAMIN ANE MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS ARE NOT NEEDED
Reasons Not to Use Supplements
EXTRA PROTEIN DOES NOT BENEFIT THE ATHLETE
Practical Implications for Athletes
REST AND EAT CARBOHYDRATE BEFORE LONG ENDURANCE EVENTS
The PreEvent Heal
USE OF ERGOGENIC AIDS IS UNETHICAL
Categories of Ergogenic Aids
Miscellaneous Nutritional Aids
The Placebo Effect
Soda Loading for Anaerobic Exercise
Blood Doping for Endurance
AnabolicAndrogenic Steroids for Muscular Strength and Size
NUTRITION FOR THE ACTIVE INDIVIDUAL IS IMPORTANT FOR MORE THAN PERFORMANCE
13Exercise Physiologyand Sports
The Heart of the Blatter
Muscle in Motion
Energy for Physical Activity
Science and Medicine Together
In the Subcellular World
The Benefits of Regular Exercise
Cardiac Risk Factors
Exercise Prescription
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