Overtraining Athletes: Personal Journeys in Sport

Published on Apr 18, 2008
Sean Oliver Richardson1
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Mark B. Andersen30
Estimated H-index: 30
Tony Morris24
Estimated H-index: 24
Chapter 1. Introduction and Background Chapter 2. How Big Is It? Prevalence and Manifestation of Overtraining Chapter 3. What Brings It On? Risk Factors for Overtraining Chapter 4. Coaches' and Sport Scientists' Views on Risk Factors Chapter 5. Burnt Cookies: Conversations with an Exercise Physiologist Chapter 6. Sport Systems Can Damage: Conversations with a Sport Psychologist Chapter 7. The Pathogenic World of Professional Sport: Steve's Tale Chapter 8. A Case of Olympic Seduction: John's Tale Chapter 9. The Perfect Girl: Jane's Tale Chapter 10. The Perfect Boy: The Author's Tale Chapter 11. Models of Overtraining: Then and Now Chapter 12. Afterword: Where to From Here?
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