I SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS.
2 Leadership and Cohesion.
3 Anxiety, Arousal and Performance.
4 Coaching and Learning Styles.
II SKILL ACQUISITION.
7 Observation and Feedback.
III PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS.
8 Physiological Demands of Track Athletics.
9 Factors that Limit Performance.
10 Principles of Physical Training.
IV DEVELOPMENTAL FACTORS.
11 Cognitive and Social Development.
12 Physiological and Motor Development.
V INTEGRATED FACTORS.
13 Developing Annual Programmes.
14 Integrated Warm-Up.
15 Integrating Practice and Training.
- An interdisciplinary introduction to the subject covering both theory and practice.
- Examines the interaction between coach, performer and task.
- Provides the reader with the necessary science to conduct practice sessions, get athletes fit and prepare them for competition
- Excellent pedagogy including a variety of examples, problems, chapter summaries and recommended further reading.