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Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science, 2nd Edition, Volleyball

Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science, 2nd Edition, Volleyball

Jonathan C. Reeser (Editor), Roald Bahr (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-22703-8

May 2017, Wiley-Blackwell

248 pages

$52.99

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Description

Volleyball is one of the four most popular international sports for men and women and has been an Olympic sport since 1964. The publication of this second edition is endorsed by both the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Federation of Volleyball (FIVB) and a comprehensive resource for athletes, coaches, physical and occupational therapists, nutritionists, and sports scientists working with athletes participating in volleyball internationally and at all levels of competition.
More than 10 years have elapsed since the first edition published during which the sport has rapidly evolved. This handbook has been fully updated to reflect the explosion in literature and research. The Editors have been joined by many new contributors offering a fresh perspective to the material. The contents include chapters on biomechanics, injuries of shoulder, knee and ankle, principles of rehabilitation, the young athlete, the female athlete, and the athlete with impairment. Issues of doping are discussed, as is the psychology of sport and maximizing team potential. This new edition:

  • Provides a concise, authoritative overview of the science, medicine and psycho-social aspects of volleyball
  • Offers guidance on medical aspects unique to the training and coaching of volleyball
  • The only book on this subject fully endorsed by both the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Federation of Volleyball (FIVB)
  • Written and edited by global thought leaders in sports medicine

Contributors, vii

Foreword by FIVB President Ary S. Graça, ix

Foreword by IOC President Thomas Bach, xi

Preface and acknowledgments, xiii

Part 1 Volleyball Sport Science

1 Energy demands of volleyball, 3
Ronald J. Maughan and Susan M. Shirreffs

2 Nutrition for optimum volleyball performance, 15
Louise M. Burke

3 The biomechanics of volleyball, 29
Markus Tilp

4 Developing a resistance training program for volleyball, 38
William J. Kraemer, Lydia K. Caldwell, and Emily C. Barnhart

5 Environmental concerns in volleyball, 49
Julien D. Périard, Roald Bahr, and William W. Briner, Jr

Part 2 Volleyball Sport Medicine

6 Volleyball injury epidemiology and prevention, 63
Evert Verhagen, Håvard Visnes, and Roald Bahr

7 The periodic health evaluation/ preparticipation evaluation, 79
Kerry MacDonald and Wilhelm Meeuwisse

8 Shoulder injuries in volleyball, 93
Ann M.J. Cools and Jonathan C. Reeser

9 Knee and ankle injuries in volleyball, 109
Christopher Skazalski, Karim Khan, and Roald Bahr

10 Other injuries in volleyball, 123
Scott A. Magnes, Håvard Visnes, and Jonathan C. Reeser

11 Principles of rehabilitation, 133
Heather Curtiss and Jonathan C. Reeser

Part 3 Special Topics

12 The young volleyball athlete, 147
Andrew J.M. Gregory and Alex B. Diamond

13 The female volleyball athlete, 158
Constance Lebrun

14 The elite indoor volleyball athlete, 171
Alvaro Chamecki

15 Adapted volleyball for the athlete with an impairment, 181
Jonathan C. Reeser

16 Issues of sexual identity, 190
William W. Briner, Jr and Jonathan C. Reeser

17 Ergogenic aids, doping, and anti‐doping, 197
Manfred Holzgraefe, Nadège Veintimilla, and Roald Bahr

18 Sports psychology: maximizing team potential, 206
Katrien Fransen and Gert Vande Broek

19 Looking ahead: the future of volleyball sports medicine and science, 221
Jonathan C. Reeser

Index, 225