Sport Science Support
Learning technique in sports games: Teacher, leave us kids alone?
Differential motor skills learning: will you become a better footballer by kicking a tennis ball?
Forces behind unforced errors: the problem of choking in tennis.
Critical look at “Quiet Eye.”
Some people call it “War” when in fact it’s just a game. Others call this “Journey” while playing with Death.
Creativity and decision making in sport: Build a house that can withstand any storm.
Implicit Learning: Create an exercise that will do the talking for you.
Stress in Sport: Can we break “a vicious circle”?
Early or late specialisation? High-performance perspective.
Implicit Learning in Kung Fu:
Sports physiology and training
To breathe or not to breathe: Can dynamic apnea training be beneficial for endurance?
Recovery after the game: do we really understand what we are doing?
Training endurance for football: is it enough just to play football?
Why do we get tired playing football?
Changing direction in sport games: are cones exercises really useful?
Water replacement strategy? Leave it to Nature.
Testing and monitoring
Determination of the threshold by the D-max method: logic and math.
Is your player better? Combining Bayesian statistics with Magnitude-based Inference.
Blood lactate testing in training: Is it worth to bleed?
Every breath you take: Is it helpful to have breathing data in your sports watch?
Gold standard tests for anaerobic capacity: are they so precious?
Fitness testing in sport games. Player performed badly in test: Then what?
Critical flaw in the Critical Power concept.
Testing an individual athlete: Stats may be your friend, coach.
Listen to your heart…But what do you really want to know?
Personal training for kids
Strength and conditioning training.
Analysing your test results.
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