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Warming Up to Race: Exploring Foucauldian Inspired Coaching Practices in Swimming through Coach DevelopmentDownload
Currently, sport science is the dominant body of knowledge informing coach development, coach education (Cassidy, Potrac, & McKenzie, 2006; Cushion & Nelson, 2013; Jones & Turner, 2006; Piggott, 2012), and coaching research (Cassidy, Jones, & Protrac, 2009; Denison, 2007; Gilbert & Trudel, 2004)....
Background: Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB), airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR), airway inflammation, and respiratory symptoms are commonly observed in competitive swimmers. High ventilation during pool training with cumulative exposure to chlorine by-products likely influences such...
Introduction: High school swimming in Alberta is characterized by an emphasis on participation and inclusion regardless of ability level or competitive aspirations. For many students, this is their first meaningful exposure to the sport. The purpose of this study was to explore the potential of...
Swimming performance tests of fish have been integral to studies of muscle energetics, swimming mechanics, gas exchange, cardiac physiology, disease, pollution, hypoxia and temperature. This paper describes a flexible protocol to assess fish swimming performance using equipment in which water...