Volume 4(4): February, 1999
WARM-UP, RECOVERY, AND RATES OF MOVEMENT
This fourth issue of Volume 4 of Coaching Science Abstracts reviews articles concerned with warm-up and recovery activities as well as rates (rhythms) of movement.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFIC WARM-UPS Costill & King (1983) - complete reference unavailable.
WARM-UPS FOR AEROBIC EVENTS Shellock, F. G. (1983). Physiological benefits of warm-up. The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 11, 134-139.
THREE TYPES OF WARM-UPS Ingjer, F., & Stromme, S. B. (1979). Effects of active, passive, or no warm-up on the physiological response to heavy exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 40, 273-282.
WARM-UPS FOR SPRINT AND POWER EVENTS De Bruyn-Prevost, P., & Lefebvre, F. (1980). The effects of various warming up intensities and durations during a short maximal anaerobic exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 43, 101-107.
JUSTIFICATIONS FOR WARMING-UP Robergs, R. A., Costill, D. A., Fink, W. J., Williams, C., Pascoe, D. D., Chwalbinska-Moneta, J., & Davis, J. A. (1990). Effects of warm-up on blood gases, lactate and acid-base status during sprint swimming. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 11, 273-278.
MASSAGE DOES NOT CONTRIBUTE ANYTHING TO WARM-UP Boone, T., Cooper, R., & Thompson, W. R. (1991). A physiologic evaluation of the sports massage. Athletic Training, JNATA, 26, 51-54.
WARM-UP MASSAGE DOES NOT IMPROVE SPRINTING Harmer, P. A. (1991). The effect of pre-performance massage on stride frequency in sprinters. Athletic Training, JNATA, 26, 55-59.
FURTHER ON WARM-UP DECREMENT Wrisberg, C. A., & Anshel, M. A. (1993). A field test of the activity-set hypothesis for warm-up decrement in an open skill. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 64, 39-45.
STRETCHING INCREASES INJURY Lally, D. A. (1994). Stretching and injury in distance runners. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 26(5), Supplement abstract 473.
WARM-UP AND STRETCHING REDUCE POST-EXERCISES SORENESS Rodenburg, J. B., Steenbeek, D., Schiereck, P., & Bar, P. R. (1994). Warm-up, stretching and massage diminish harmful effects of eccentric exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 15, 414-419.
AEROBIC WARM-UP ENHANCES AEROBIC ENDURANCE RESPONSES Chwalbinska-Moneta, J, & Hannien, O. (1989). Effect of active warming-up on thermoregulatory, circulatory, and metabolic responses to incremental exercise in endurance-trained athletes. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 10, 25-29.
REST AND RECOVERY
PSYCHOLOGY MODIFIES BLOOD PARAMETERS Wolff, C. T., Friedman, S. B., Hofer, M. A., & Mason, J. W. (1964). Relationship between psychological defenses and mean urinary 17-hydroxycorticosteroid excretion rates: I. A predictive study of parents of fatally ill children. Psychosomatic Medicine, 26, 576-591.
LENGTH OF REST PERIODS Stegeman, J. (Translated by J. S. Skinner). (1981). Exercise physiology (p. 259). Chicago, IL: Year Book Medical Publishers.
STRETCHING DURING RECOVERY Burkoer, K. C., & Schware, J. A. (1989). Does postexercise static stretching alleviate delayed muscle soreness? The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 17(6), 65-83.
WORK AND RECOVERY FOR AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC EXERCISE Rushall notes (1995).
OBLA PACE REMOVES LACTATE FASTEST Richardson, M. T., Rinehardt, K. F., Bouchier, N. B., Zoernik, D., Campbell, D., & Cordill, M. R. (1993). Blood lactate clearance at the OBLA intensity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 25(5), Supplement abstract 368.
WATER-JET MASSAGE AND RECOVERY Viitasalo, J. T., Niemela, K., Kaappola, R., Korjus, T., Levola, M., Mononen, H. V., Rusko, H. K., & Takala, T. E. (1995). Warm underwater water-jet massage improves recovery from intense physical exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 71, 431-438.
RATES AND RHYTHMS OF MOVEMENT
RATES AND FREQUENCIES OF MOVEMENTS Stegeman, J. (Translated by J. S. Skinner). (1981). Exercise physiology (p. 261). Chicago, IL: Year Book Medical Publishers.
STROKING FREQUENCY Swaine, I., & Reilly, T. (1983). The freely-chosen swimming stroke rate in a maximal swim on a biokinetic swim bench. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 15, 370-375.
PACING IN RACES Foster, C., Schrager, M., Snyder, A. C., & Thompson, N. N. (1994). Pacing strategy and athletic performance. Sports Medicine, 17(2), 77-85.
SPECIFICITY OF TASK DEMANDS Ariyoshi, M., Tanaka, H., Kanamori, K., Obara, S., Yoshitake, H., Yamaji, K., & Shepard, R. J. (1979). Influence of running pace upon performance: Effects upon oxygen intake, blood lactate, and rating of perceived exertion. Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Sciences, 4, 210-213.
INDIVIDUAL RHYTHMS BEST Fedel, F. J., Keteyian, S. J., Brawner, C. A., Marks, C. R., Hakim, M. J., & Kataoka, T. (1995). Cardiorespiratory responses during exercise in competitive in-line skaters. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 27, 682-687.
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