An analysis of movement patterns and physiological strain in relation to optimal positioning of association football referees

Harley, R A, Tozer, K and Doust, J. (2001) An analysis of movement patterns and physiological strain in relation to optimal positioning of association football referees In: Spinks, W, Reilly, T and Murphy, A, eds. Science and Football IV. Routledge, London, pp. 137-143. ISBN 9780415241519

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Abstract

This edited collection brings together the latest research into the range of sports known as football . With contributions by a large number of the leading international researchers in the field, the book aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice in football, and to raise the awareness of the value of a scientific approach to the various football codes. The book contains nearly seventy papers, examining aspects ranging from match analysis and medical aspects of football to metabolism and nutrition, psychology and behaviour, and management and organization. Containing a wealth of research data, and a huge range of examples of how science can be applied; this book represents an invaluable reference for coaches, trainers, managers, medical staff, and all those involved in supporting performers in the many football codes.

Item Type:Chapter in book
Uncontrolled Keywords:sport and exercise science; football; referees; sport testing
Subjects:C000 Biological and Biomedical Sciences > C600 Sport and Exercise Science
B000 Health Professions > B100 Anatomy Physiology and Pathology > B160 Biomechanics
B000 Health Professions > B100 Anatomy Physiology and Pathology > B120 Physiology
Faculties:Faculty of Education and Sport > Chelsea School
ID Code:2253
Deposited By:Chelsea editor
Deposited On:19 Nov 2007
Last Modified:10 Jul 2013 10:58

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