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04.01.2022

Recovery and Well-being in Sport and Exercise edited by Michael Kellmann & Jürgen Beckmann

von: Anja Kröger, in Kategorie: asp Nachrichten

We are glad to announce that Recovery and Well-being in Sport and Exercise was released beginning January 2022.

Featuring chapters on overtraining, sleep, the relationship to injury, as well as the role of stress, this volume illustrates how performance, both as an individual and as a team, can be better managed through understanding the recovery process. It also covers the impact of travel on performance, as well as guidance on measurement and training. Based upon the contemporary models of recovery and performance in different scientific disciplines such as medicine, psychology, and sport science, expert contributors also explore implications for applied and strategic interventions to retain and stabilize performance ability.

With a large overlap from Sports, Recovery, and Performance, published in 2017, this book has seen substantial modifications with new and revised chapters. This is a must-have resource for students and scholars across the sports sciences as well as any coach interested in the latest research.

Please be also aware that this book is the start of the book series Advances in Recovery and Stress Research: Multi-Disciplinary Approaches https://www.routledge.com/Advances-in-Recovery-and-Stress-Research/book-series/ARSR  

 



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