POPULAR ARTICLES AND INTERNET ITEMS PUBLISHED BY BRENT S. RUSHALL

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  1. Rushall, B. S. (1965). Psychological factors in training. International Swimmer, 1, 8-16.
  2. Rushall, B. S. (1967). Preliminary personality work with swimmers. Journal of the British Swimming Coaches' Association, 44, 7-15.
  3. Rushall, B. S. (1967). A model for the psychological control of swimmers. Journal of the British Swimming Coaches' Association, 45, 20-32.
  4. Rushall, B. S. (1967). Personality profiles and a theory of behavior modification for swimmers. Swimming Technique, 4, 66-76.
  5. Rushall, B. S. (1970). An aspect of sprint training. Compete, 2(7) .
  6. Rushall, B. S. (1970). The value and use of weight training. Compete, 2(7) .
  7. Rushall, B. S. (1970). Some applications of psychology to swimming. Swimming Technique, 7, 71-82.
  8. Rushall, B. S. & Thompson, J. M. (1974). A component of sprint swimming training. Swimming Technique, 10, 107-112.
  9. Rushall, B. S. (1974). An alternative method for educating swimming coaches. Swimming Technique, 11, 54-56.
  10. Rushall, B. S. (1975). A motivational device for competitive swimming training. Swimming Technique, 11, 103-106.
  11. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Some psychological aspects of preparing Olympic yachtsmen. Sailing Forum, June, 1-12.
  12. Rushall, B. S. (1976). Psychological evaluation in football environments. CAFA Technical Reports.
  13. Rushall, B. S. (1976). Myths about personality in sport. Coaching Association of Canada Bulletin 9.
  14. Rushall, B. S. (1977). A study of interval training. International Swimmer, 13, 11-13.
  15. Rushall, B. S. (1975). An M.Sc. degree in Coaching Science. Volleyball Technical Journal, 2, 1.
  16. Rushall, B. S. (1975). Psychological testing for volleyball players. Volleyball Technical Journal, 2, 13-16.
  17. Rushall, B. S. (1977). Psychological stress in athletics. Coaching Association of Canada Bulletin 18.
  18. Rushall, B. S. (1978). Motivating the athlete. Coaching Review, 1, 26-29.
  19. Rushall, B. S. (1978). Personality as a coaching tool. Coaching Review, 1, 4-8.
  20. Rushall, B. S. (1979). Features of effective coaching. Coaching Review, 2, 33-35.
  21. Rushall, B. S. (1980). Characteristics of effective coaching. Sports Coach, 4, 3-5.
  22. Rushall, B. S. (1980). Be honest! Coaching Review, 3, 27-29.
  23. Chorkawy, A. L., & Rushall, B. S. (1981). Coaching language - constructs or specifics? Sports Coach, 5(3), 8-9.
  24. Rushall, B. S. (1984). An alternative method for educating coaches. The Coaching Director, 2 (December), 1-5.
  25. Rushall, B. S. (1987). A step-by-step guide for developing race strategies for cross-country skiing. Ottawa: Cross Country Canada.
  26. Rushall, B. S. (1987). A handbook for national team skiers - Meet the Press. Ottawa: Cross Country Canada.
  27. Rushall, B. S. (1987). Goals and Goal-setting for skiers. Coaches' Resource Package, 5(4), 130-140, and 5(5), 134-144.
  28. Rushall, B. S. (1990). Consent form for sport science testing. Newsletter of the Australian Applied Sport Psychology Association, 3, 24.
  29. Rushall, B. S. (1991). The lactate debate - one more time. Journal of the Australian Swim Coaches' Association, 8(3), 8-12.
  30. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Considerations for the preparation and conduct of international swimming teams. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(1), 1-8.
  31. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Skill elements for faster racing times. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(2), 1-11.
  32. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Notes from ICAR research and other sources at the ASCA 1992 World Coaches Clinic, Anaheim, California - September, 1992. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(3), 1-6.
  33. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Extracted principles and implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1990-1991. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(4), 1-16.
  34. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Directions for coaching and swimmer development. New South Wales Swimmer, 9(12), 11-14.
  35. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Extracted principles and implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1991-1992. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(5), 1-13.
  36. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Message from the Director of Coaching. New South Wales Swimmer, 9(13), 8-9.
  37. Rushall, B. S. (1992). Extracted principles and implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1989-1990. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(6), 1-13.
  38. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Swimming physiology abstracts. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(7), 1-16.
  39. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Tapering considerations for big meets. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(8), 1-8.
  40. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Biomechanics and hydrodynamics research abstracts. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(9), 1-13.
  41. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Training research abstracts. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 1(10), 1-6.
  42. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Something to learn from the Russians. New South Wales Swimmer, 10(1), 7-11.
  43. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Why swimmers slow down. New South Wales Swimmer, 10(2), 5-7.
  44. Rushall, B. S. (1993). New South Wales Academy of Sport swimming program. New South Wales Swimmer, 10(8), 6-9.
  45. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Adjusting to the nature of changes in Australian swimmers. New South Wales Swimmer, 10(8), 34-37.
  46. Rushall, B. S., Marsden, J., & Young, C. (1993). A suggested program of foundational conditioning exercises for age-group swimmers: a manual for coaches. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(1), 1-23.
  47. Rushall, B. S., & Graham, K. S. (1993). Muscular condition tests for swimming. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(2), 1-13.
  48. Rushall, B. S. (1993). Psychology and general swimming research abstracts. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(3), 1-13.
  49. Rushall, B. S., Sprigings, E. J., Holt, L. E., & Francis, P. R. (1994). Forces in swimming--current status. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(4), 1-25.
  50. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Part 1: Mike Spracklen on technique. American Rowing. September/October, p. 9.
  51. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Part 2: Mike Spracklen on technique. American Rowing. November/December, pp. 7-9.
  52. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Impressions from US Swimming's 1994 National Team coaches' meeting. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(5), 1-7.
  53. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Annual planning for swimming fitness. NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulletin, 2(6), 1-16.
  54. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Coaches converge on Colorado: Impressions from US Swimming's national team coaches' meeting. Coaches' Quarterly, 1(2), 4.
  55. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Technique, overload, and training specificity. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 1(1), 1.
  56. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Emphases for training: part I. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 1(2) , 1-2.
  57. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Emphases for training: part II. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 1(3), 1-2.
  58. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Emphases for training: part III. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 1(4), 1-2.
  59. Rushall, B. S. (1994). Champion characteristics. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 1(5), 1-2.
  60. Rushall, B. S. (1994/5). Letter to the editor. American Swimming, December-January, 11-12.
  61. Rushall, B. S. (1995). How to develop healthy attitudes towards racing in age-group swimmers. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(1), 1-2.
  62. Reprinted in ASCA Newsletter, 96(8), 1-3, 1996.
  63. Rushall, B. S. (1995). Modern concepts for weight training in swimming. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(2), 1-4.
  64. Rushall, B. S. (1995). Part 3: Mike Spracklen on technique. American Rowing. March/April, pp. 7-9.
  65. Rushall, B. S. (1995). Some psychological considerations for US National Swimming Teams. American Swimming, February-March, 8-13.
  66. Rushall, B. S. (1995). 46 healthy racing attitudes. Swimming Technique, 32(2), 10.
  67. Rushall, B. S. (1995). 100 characteristics of a champion. Swimming Technique, 32(2), 14-15.
  68. Rushall, B. S. (1995). Features of crawl stroke instruction for coaching junior swimmers. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(3), 1-4.
  69. Rushall, B. S. (1995). 100 characteristics of a champion. Swimming Technique, 32(5), 14-15.
  70. Rushall, B. S., Sprigings, E. J., Holt, L. E., Cappaert, J. M., & Koehler, J. A. (1995). Response to Dr. Bob Treffene. Australian Swim Coach, 11(12), 39-41.
  71. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Training prescription: The relationships of technique, overload, and training specificity. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(4), 1-4.
  72. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Strength and power testing (Dynamometry). Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(5), 1-4.
  73. Rushall, B. S. (Accepted). Some considerations in the coaching of young and developing swimmers. Swimming Technique.
  74. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Breathing actions in butterfly swimming. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 2(6), 1-2.
  75. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Something to learn from the Russians. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 3(1), 1-3.
  76. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Fuel-up for training. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 3(2), 1-4.
  77. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Why swimmers slow down. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 3(3), 1-3.
  78. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Pre-publication abstract: Altitude training and its effects on highly-trained swimmers. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 3(4), 1-3.
  79. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Ways to improve elite swim coaching. Carlile Coaches' Forum, 3(5), 1-4.
  80. Rushall, B. S. (1996). Technique, overload, and specificity. Australian Swim Coach, 12(6), 28-32.
  81. Rushall, B. S. (1997). Recovery from Excessive Distance Training. Peak Running Performance, 6(3), 11-14.
  82. Rushall, B. S. (1997). Levels of age group swimming. Coaches' Quarterly, 4(3), 5-7.
  83. Rushall, B. S. (December, 1997). Another China Syndrome. Inside Sports, 14.
  84. Rushall, B. S. (1997). Drugs in sport: A primer for politicians, sports officials with aspirations for higher office, and other self-serving individuals. Australian Swim Coach, 8(6), 1-4.
  85. Rushall, B. S., Buono, M. J., Sucec, A. A., & Roberts, A. D. (1998). Elite swimmers and altitude training. Australian Swim Coach, 14(4), 22-33.
  86. Rushall, B. S. (1998). A brief history of drugs in swimming. Australian Swimming and Fitness, March-April, 40-44.
  87. Rushall, B. S. (1998). The growth of physical characteristics in male and female children. Sports Coach, 20(4), 25-27.
  88. Rushall, B. S., & Grant, G. (1998). HGH, EPO, anabolic steroids, and testosterone in swimming: Dangerous drugs. Australian Swimming and Fitness, May-June, 42-44.
  89. Rushall, B. S. (1998). Determinants of skill transfer from training to competing. Sports Coach, 21(1), 39.
  90. Rushall, B. S. (1998). Designing your pre-race routine. Peak Running Performance, 7(2), 13-15.
  91. Rushall, B. S. (1998). Is your mind limiting your performance? Peak Running Performance, 7(3), 13-15.
  92. Carlile, F., & Rushall, B. S. (1998). The doping war: Vacillation, obfuscation, and political expediency. Swimnews, 25(7), 32-33.
  93. Rushall, B. S. (1998). Drugs in sport. Australian Swim Coach, 14(4), 16-18.
  94. Rushall, B. S. (1999). Drugs in sport -- An ill-conceived excursion into moralizing. Swimming Technique, 35(4), 21-23.
  95. Rushall, B. S. (July, 1999). Catching the drug cheats. Sydney Morning Herald, 26 July.
  96. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2000). IOC gets its Pound of flesh. Sydney Morning Herald, 21 February.
  97. Rushall, B. S. (2000). A serious threat to the very nature of competitive swimming or not? ASCA Newsletter, 2000(1), 1-9.
  98. Rushall, B. S. (June, 2000). Inge de Bruijn is normal. Swimnews Online, Saturday June 10: [http://www.swimnews.com/News/News.shtml]
  99. Rushall, B. S. (August, 2000). The problem with modern bodysuits. ASCA Online, [http://www.swimmingcoach.org/articles/press_room/07142000.htm]
  100. Rushall, B. S. (August, 2000). Opinion: chemical enhancement in sport. SWIMNEWS Online (Friday, September 1: [http://www.swimnews.com/News/News.shtml}) and OATH Newsletter (08/31/2000).
  101. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2000). How bodysuits might help some swimmers. ISBS Swimming: Opinions, Ideas and Hypotheses in the Making [http://www.education.ed.ac.uk/swim/br.html] (09/08/2000)
  102. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2001). The case against altitude training. Madraven.com [http://www.madraven.com/ravenfights/rushallaltitude.html] (03/04/2001)
  103. Rushall, B. S. (2002). Lift is not a viable force in swimming propulsion. American Swimming Coaches Association Newsletter, 2002(5), 15-20.
  104. Rushall, B. S. (2003). Lift is not an important force in swimming propulsion. Swimming in Australia, 19(2), 38-46.
  105. Rushall, B. S. (2003). Coaching development and the second lay of thermodynamics. Swimming in Australia, 19(6), 72-79.
  106. Vorontsov, A. R., & Rushall, B. S. (2004). Development of basic and special endurance in age-group swimmers. Coaches' Infoservice. Available [http://coachesinfo.com/category/swimming/295/].
  107. Rushall, B. S. (2004). A direction for Canadian Sport. SwimNews, September/October, Editorial, p. 5.
  108. Rushall, B. S. (2004). On US Swimming's promotion of altitude, live-high -- train-low, and nitrogen tent recovery and training protocols. Newsletter of the World Swimming Coaches Association, 4(1), 1-7.
  109. Rushall, B. S. (March/April, 2007). Expert advice: How to perform under pressure. Indiana Alumni Magazine, p. 64.
  110. Rushall, B. S. (February 26, 2008). Drug testing: Criminal injustice. The Journal (Edinburgh). [http://www.journal-online.co.uk/articles/show/2937]
  111. Rushall, B., Pilger, G., Pilger, J., & Tucker, E. (2008). Rowing in the '50s and early '60s. The High Bulletin, 53(2), 27-30.

INTERNET ARTICLES

  1. Rushall, B. S. (December, 1995). Principles of training. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(1), 35 pp.
  2. Rushall, B. S. (January, 1996). Specificity of training. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(2), 38 pp.
  3. Rushall, B. S. (February, 1996). Overload and overtraining. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(3), 37 pp.
  4. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1996). Positive mental activity. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(4), 35 pp.
  5. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1996). Measuring practice effort. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(5), 36 pp.
  6. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1996). Strength training. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(1), 46 pp.
  7. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1996). Goal-setting. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(2), 40 pp.
  8. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1996). Fuel and ergogenic aids. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(3), 42 pp.
  9. Rushall, B. S. (December, 1996). Altitude training. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(4), 36 pp.
  10. Rushall, B. S. (February, 1997). The female athlete. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(5), 38 pp.
  11. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1997). Imagery. Coaching Science Abstracts, 2(6), 49 pp.
  12. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1997). Learning in sports. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(1), 60 pp.
  13. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1997). The young athlete. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(2), 30 pp.
  14. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1997). Psychological activity. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(3), 36 pp.
  15. Rushall, B. S. (February, 1998). Individual differences. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(4), 40 pp.
  16. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1998). Psychological dynamics of performance. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(5), 38 pp.
  17. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1998). Temperature and performance. Coaching Science Abstracts, 3(6), 32 pp.
  18. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1998). Principles of training 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(1), 40 pp.
  19. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1998). Specificity of training 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(2), 30 pp.
  20. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1998). Overload and overtraining 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(3), 32 pp.
  21. Rushall, B. S. (February, 1999). Warm-up, recovery, and rates of movement. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(4), 28 pp.
  22. Rushall, B. S. (March, 1999). Measuring practice effort 2.1. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(5), 30 pp.
  23. Rushall, B. S. (April, 1999). Measuring practice effort 2.2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 4(6), 30 pp.
  24. Rushall, B. S. (September, 1999). Strength training 2. Coaching Sciences Abstracts, 5(1), 39 pp.
  25. Rushall, B. S. (October, 1999). Fuel and ergogenic aids 2.1 - Creatine. Coaching Science Abstracts, 5(2), 30 pp.
  26. Rushall, B. S. (November, 1999). Fuel and ergogenic aids 2.2. - General. Coaching Science Abstracts, 5(3), 50 pp.
  27. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2000). Altitude training 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 5(4), 40 pp.
  28. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2000). The female athlete 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 5(5 50 pp.
  29. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2000). Drugs in sport. Coaching Science Abstracts, 5(6), 30 pp.
  30. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2000). Coaching factors. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(1), 30 pp.
  31. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2000). Imagery in sports 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(2), 25 pp.
  32. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2000). Psychological activity in sport 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(3), 15 pp.
  33. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2001). Mental factors in sports. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(4), 20 pp.
  34. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2001). Fatigue in exercise. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(5), 15 pp.
  35. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2001). The young athlete 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 6(6), 12 pp.
  36. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2001). Principles of training 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(1), 20 pp.
  37. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2001). Temperature and performance 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(2), 40 pp.
  38. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2001). Specificity of training 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(3), 25 pp.
  39. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2002). Overload and overtraining 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(4), 25 pp.
  40. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2002). Measuring practice effort 3.1. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(5), 30 pp.
  41. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2002). Measuring practice effort 3.2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 7(6), 28 pp.
  42. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2002). Strength training 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(1), 56 pp.
  43. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2002). Fuel and ergogenic aids 3.1 - Creatine. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(2), 80 pp.
  44. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2002). Fuel and ergogenic aids 3.2 - General. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(3), 80 pp.
  45. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2003). Altitude training 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(4), 70 pp.
  46. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2003). The female athlete 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(5), 100 pp.
  47. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2003). Drugs in sport 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 8(6), 50 pp.
  48. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2003). Coaching factors 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(1), 16 pp.
  49. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2003). Imagery in sports 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(2), 18 pp.
  50. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2003). Coaching development and the Second Law of Thermodynamics [or belief-based versus evidence-based coaching development}. Coaching Science Bulletin (11 pp). [http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/dept/coachsci/csa/thermo/thermo.htm]
  51. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2003). Psychological activity in sport 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(3), 28 pp.
  52. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2004). Mental factors in sports 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(4), 20 pp.
  53. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2004). Fatigue in exercise 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(5), 20 pp.
  54. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2004). The young athlete 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 9(6), 40 pp.
  55. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2004). Principles of training 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(1), 87 pp.
  56. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2004). Temperature and performance 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(2), 56 pp.
  57. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2004). Specificity of training 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(3), 28 pp.
  58. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2005). Overload and overtraining 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(4), 18 pp.
  59. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2005). Measuring practice effort 4.1. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(5), 22 pp.
  60. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2005). Measuring practice effort 4.2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 10(5), 48 pp.
  61. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2005). Strength training 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(1), 84 pp.
  62. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2005). Fuel and ergogenic aids 4.1 - Creatine. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(2), 28 pp.
  63. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2005). Fuel and ergogenic aids 4.2 - General. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(3), 98 pp.
  64. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2006). Altitude training 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(4), 40 pp.
  65. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2006). The female athlete 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(5), 103 pp.
  66. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2006). Drugs in sport 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 11(6), 130 pp.
  67. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2006). Coaching factors 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 12(1), 8 pp.
  68. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2006). Warm-up. Coaching Science Abstracts, 12(2), 30 pp.
  69. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2006). Recovery. Coaching Science Abstracts, 12(3), 58 pp.
  70. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2007). Mental factors in sports 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 1(24), 21 pp.
  71. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2007). Psychological factors in sports. Coaching Science Abstracts, 12(5), 32 pp.
  72. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2007). The young athlete 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 12(6), 28 pp.
  73. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2007). Principles of training 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(1), 48 pp.
  74. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2007). Temperature and performance 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(2), 48 pp.
  75. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2007). Specificity of training 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(3), 31 pp.
  76. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2008). Overload and overreaching 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(4), 14 pp.
  77. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2008). Measuring practice effort 5.1. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(5), 8 pp.
  78. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2008). Measuring practice effort 5.2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 13(6), 58 pp.
  79. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2008). Strength training 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(1), 128 pp.
  80. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2008). Fuel and ergogenic aids 5.1 - Creatine. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(2), 9 pp.
  81. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2008). Fuel and ergogenic aids 5.2 - General. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(3), 71 pp.
  82. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2009). Altitude training 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(4), 31 pp.
  83. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2009). The female athlete 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(5), 48 pp.
  84. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2009). Drugs in sport 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 14(6), 71 pp.
  85. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2009). Coaching factors 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(1), 15 pp.
  86. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2009). Warm-up 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(2), 12 pp.
  87. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2009). Recovery 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(2), 28 pp.
  88. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2010). Mental factors in sports 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(4), 14 pp.
  89. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2010). Psychological factors in sports 2. Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(5), 20 pp.
  90. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2010). The young athlete 5.Coaching Science Abstracts, 15(6), 9 pp.
  91. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2010). Principles of training 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(1), 58 pp.
  92. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2010). Temperature and performance 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(2), 51 pp.
  93. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2010). Specificity of training 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(3), 17 pp.
  94. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2011). Overload and overtraining 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(4), 10 pp.
  95. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2011). Measuring practice effort 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(5), 22 pp.
  96. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2011). Fatigue in exercise 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 16(6), 40 pp.
  97. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2011). Strength training 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(1), 70 pp.
  98. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2011). Fuel and ergogenic aids 6.1 - Creatine. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(2), 15 pp.
  99. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2011). Fuel and ergogenic aids 6.2 - General. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(3), 72 pp.
  100. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2012). Altitude training 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(4), 45 pp.
  101. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2012). The female athlete 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(5), 80 pp.
  102. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2012). Drugs in sport 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 17(6), 50 pp.
  103. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2012). Coaching factors 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(1), 6 pp.
  104. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2012). Warm-up 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(2), 13 pp.
  105. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2012). Recovery 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(3), 35 pp.
  106. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2013). Mental factors in sports 5. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(4), 15 pp.
  107. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2013). Psychological factors in sports 3. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(5), 9 pp.
  108. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2013). The young athlete 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 18(6), 16 pp.
  109. Rushall, B. S. (September, 2013). Principles of training 7. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(1), 79 pp.
  110. Rushall, B. S. (October, 2013). Temperature and performance 6. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(2), 17 pp.
  111. Rushall, B. S. (November, 2013). Specificity of training 7. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(3), 7 pp.
  112. Rushall, B. S. (February, 2014). Overload and overtraining 7. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(4), 4 pp.
  113. Rushall, B. S. (March, 2014). Measuring practice effort 7. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(5), 4 pp.
  114. Rushall, B. S. (April, 2014). Fatigue in exercise 4. Coaching Science Abstracts, 19(6), 9 pp.

Carlile Coaches' Forum in the Swimming Science Journal

    Volume 1 - March, 1996

  1. Technique, Overload, and Specificity.
  2. Emphases for Training: Part I.
  3. Emphases for Training: Part II.
  4. Emphases for Training: Part III.
  5. Champion Characteristics.

    Volume 2 - March, 1996

  1. How to Develop Healthy Attitudes Towards Racing in Age-group Swimmers.
  2. Modern Concepts and Principles for Weight Training in Swimming.
  3. Features of Crawl Instruction for Coaching Junior Swimmers.
  4. Training Prescription: The Relationships of Technique, Overload, and Specificity.
  5. Strength and Power Testing (Dynamometry).
  6. Breathing Actions in Butterfly Swimming.

    Volume 3 - April, 1996

  1. Something to Learn from the Russians.
  2. Fuel-up for Training.
  3. Why Swimmers Slow Down.
  4. Pre-publication Abstract: Altitude Training and Its Effects on Highly-trained Swimmers.
  5. Ways To Improve Elite Swim Coaching.

    Volume 4 - January, 1997

  1. Some Considerations in the Coaching of Young and Developing Swimmers.
  2. Recovery from Excessive Distance Training.
  3. Some Principles of Technique That Should Govern Coaching Decisions.

    Volume 5 - September 1998

  1. Still More on Drag Versus Lift Propulsion in Swimming.
  2. Body Dynamics in Crawl and Backstrokes: Myths Dispelled?
  3. The Crawl Stroke Kick - Not Propulsive but It Aids Progression.
  4. Factors Involved in Crawl Stroke Recovery Movements.
  5. An Assessment Form for Tours, Trips, and Camps.
  6. Sickness and Training: What Should the Parent, Coach, and Swimmer Do?

    Volume 6 - January, 2000

  1. Basic Principles Underlying Racing Dives.
  2. Shoulder Problems with Swimmers.
  3. Further on Shoulder Problems with Swimmers.

    Volume 7 - October, 2004

  1. Why Pacing is Critical in Swimming.
  2. The Sequencing of Race-pace Training Stimuli in a Phase of a Swimming Program.
  3. Wave Drag Needs Attention.

    Volume 8 January, 2006

  1. 20 Evidence-based Principles for Coaching Competitive Swimmers.
  2. The specificity of neuromuscular patterns in swimming activities.
  3. The use of drills and the Transfer Paradox in competitive swimming.

    Volume 9 August, 2008

  1. One aspect of wave resistance in swimming.

Swimming Science Bulletin in the Swimming Science Journal

  1. Rushall, B. S. Considerations for the Preparation and Conduct of International Swimming Teams.
  2. Rushall, B. S. Mental Skills Training for Developing Psychological Competencies and Characteristics in Swimmers.
  3. Rushall, B. S. Coaching by the Internet: Intercontinental Stroke Analysis.
  4. Rushall, B. S. Annual Planning for Swimming Fitness.
  5. Rushall, B. S. Skill Elements for Faster Racing Times.
  6. Rushall, B. S. Tapering Considerations for Big Meets.
  7. Rushall, B. S. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1989-1990.
  8. Rushall, B. S. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1990-1991.
  9. Rushall, B. S. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1991-1992.
  10. Rushall, B. S., & Graham, K. S. Muscular Condition Tests for Swimming.
  11. Rushall, B. S., Marsden, J., & Young, C. A Suggested Program of Foundational Conditioning Exercises for Age-group Swimmers
  12. Rushall, B. S., & Ryan, N. Success Rates of Swimmers at the 13-17 Years NSW State Age Championships.
  13. Rushall, B. S., Buono, M. J., Sucec, A. A., & Roberts, A. D. Elite Swimmers and Altitude Training.
  14. Rushall, B. S. A Curriculum for Three Levels of Age-group Swimming.
  15. Rushall, B. S. Essential Features of Racing Psychology.
  16. Rushall, B. S. The Structure of Pre-race Strategies.
  17. Rushall, B. S. The Structure of Race Strategies.
  18. Rushall, B. S. Training Principles for Pre-pubertal Swimmers.
  19. Rushall, B. S., & Grant, G. HGH, EPO, Anabolic Steroids, and Testosterone in Swimming: Dangerous Drugs.
  20. Rushall, B. S, Sprigings, E. J., Cappaert, J., & King, H. A. Crawl Stroke Body Dynamics in Male Champions.
  21. Rushall, B. S. The Structure of Training Sessions According to Scientific Principles. by Brent S. Rushall.
  22. Rushall, B. S. An Ignored Scientific Component of Sprint Swimming Training.
  23. Rushall, B. S. Lift Is Not an Important Force in Swimming Propulsion.
  24. Rushall, B. S. Of Men, Fishes, and Asian Elephants.
  25. Rushall, B. S. Sports Science and Lift in Swimming.
  26. Rushall, B. S. Actual Hand Movement Paths of Champion Male Crawl Stroke Swimmers.
  27. Rushall, B. S. Actual Hand Movement Paths of Two Champion Backstroke Swimmers.
  28. Rushall, B. S. Flotation in Swimming: The Forgotten Technique Modifier.
  29. Rushall, B. S. The Future of Swimming: "Myths and Science".
  30. Rushall, B. S. Commentary on the Long Term Athlete Development Model for British Swimming and the Misinformation it Propagates.
  31. Rushall, B. S. Swimming Energy Training in the 21st Century: The Justification for Radical Changes (Second Edition).
  32. Rushall, B. S. Relevant Training Effects in Pool Swimming: Ultra-short Race-pace Training (Revised).
  33. Rushall, B. S. Energy dispersal in Competitive Swimming.
  34. Rushall, B. S. Hypotheses about the Specificity of Physical Conditioning in Swimming: It Is a Lot More Specific than Commonly Believed.
  35. Rushall, B. S. Ultra-short Race-pace Training and Traditional Training Compared.
  36. Rushall, B. S. Current Swimming Techniques: The Physics of Movements and Observations of Champions.
  37. Rushall, B. S. A Training Possibility.
  38. Rushall, B. S. Adapting to the USRPT Format.
  39. Rushall, B. S. Aerobic Training is Not Enough.
  40. Rushall, B. S. Peaking for Competitions in Ultra-short Race-pace Training.
  41. Rushall, B. S. Understanding a USRPT Set.
  42. Rushall, B. S. Coaching Knowledge and USRPT.
  43. Rushall, B. S. The Mechanisms of Ultra-short Training: The Translation of Christensen's Thinking into Swimming Terms and Its Place in Training Programs.
  44. Rushall, B. S. Fatigue in Swimming: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
  45. Rushall, B. S. Levels of Fatigue in Swimming.
  46. Rushall, B. S. Step-by-step USRPT Planning and Decision-making Processes and Examples of USRPT Training Sessions, Microcycles, Macrocycles, and Technique Instruction: Version 1.1.
  47. Rushall, B. S. USRPT Defined: After Two Years USRPT Comes of Age. Version 1.0.
  48. Rushall, B. S. USRPT - Common Questions and Answers. Version 1.0.

DRUGS: The Crisis in Swimming in the Swimming Science Journal

  1. The day sports started to die by Brent S. Rushall.
  2. World Record-holder and champion, Samantha Riley's positive test by Brent S. Rushall.
  3. China's swimming: Theyv'e done it again! by Brent S. Rushall and Brian Browne.
  4. Drugs in sport: A primer for politicians, sports officials with aspirations for higher office, and other self-serving individuals by Brent S. Rushall.
  5. Course: STUPIDITY 101 - Elephants fly and China's athletes don't cheat by Brent S. Rushall and Forbes Carlile.
  6. Swimming's Hall-of-Shame by Brent S. Rushall.
  7. China's Drug-bust in Australia by Brent S. Rushall.
  8. A brief history of drugs in swimming by Brent S. Rushall.
  9. Thoughts on the recent proposals concerning drug policies to be considered by the IOC by Brent S. Rushall.

Swimming Science Abstracts in the Swimming Science Journal

Physiology Abstracts (updated weekly - commenced November, 1996)
Training Abstracts (updated weekly)
Psychology Abstracts (updated weekly)
Hydrodynamics Abstracts (updated weekly)
Biomechanics Abstracts (updated weekly)

How Champions Do It in the Swimming Science Journal.

Murray Rose by Brent S. Rushall
Keiren Perkins by Brent S. Rushall
Evgenyi Sadovyi by Brent S. Rushall
Janet Evans by Brent S. Rushall
Krisztina Egerszegi by Brent S. Rushall
Martin Lopez-Zubero by Brent S. Rushall
Mike Barrowman by Brent S. Rushall
Denis Pankratov by Brent S. Rushall
Susan O'Neill by Brent S. Rushall
Amy Van Dyken by Brent S. Rushall
Gary Hall, Jr. by Brent S. Rushall
Brad Bridgewater by Brent S. Rushall
Grant Hackett by Brent S. Rushall
Brooke Bennett by Brent S. Rushall
Michelle Smith by Brent S. Rushall
Penelope Heynes by Brent S. Rushall
Grant Hackett by Brent S. Rushall
Ian Thorpe by Brent S. Rushall
Misty Hyman by Brent S. Rushall
Lenny Krayzelburg by Brent S. Rushall
Fred Deburghraeve by Brent S. Rushall
Mary T. Meagher by Brent S. Rushall
Samantha Riley by Brent S. Rushall
John Olsen by Brent S. Rushall
Nadezhda Chemezova by Brent S. Rushall
Michelle Smith-de Bruyn by Brent S. Rushall
Stev Theloke by Brent S. Rushall
Kurt Grote by Brent S. Rushall
Kristy Kowal by Brent S. Rushall
Agnes Kovacs by Brent S. Rushall
Frank Esposito by Brent S. Rushall
Denis Salintiev by Brent S. Rushall
Maria Palaez by Brent S. Rushall
Alexandre Popov by Brent S. Rushall
Michael Klim by Brent S. Rushall
Simon Cowley by Brent S. Rushall
Jenny Thompson by Brent S. Rushall
Kurt Grote by Brent S. Rushall
Jens Kruppa by Brent S. Rushall
Tom Malchow by Brent S. Rushall
Pieter van den Hoogenbond by Brent S. Rushall
Mai Nakamura by Brent S. Rushall
Diana Macanu by Brent S. Rushall
Domenico Fioravanti by Brent S. Rushall

Inge De Bruijn by Brent S. Rushall
Matt Welsh by Brent S. Rushall
Dyana Calub by Brent S. Rushall
Petria Thomas by Brent S. Rushall
Geoff Huegill by Brent S. Rushall
Aaron Peirsol by Brent S. Rushall
Anthony Ervin by Brent S. Rushall
Gian Rooney by Brent S. Rushall
Petria Thomas by Brent S. Rushall
Xuejuan Luo by Brent S. Rushall
Leisel Jones by Brent S. Rushall
Kosuke Kitajima by Brent S. Rushall
Michael Phelps by Brent S. Rushall
Ian Crocker by Brent S. Rushall
Andrei Serdinov by Brent S. Rushall
Amanda Beard by Brent S. Rushall
Natalie Coughlin by Brent S. Rushall
Jodie Henry by Brent S. Rushall
Hannah Stockbauer by Brent S. Rushall
Larsen Jensen by Brent S. Rushall
Otylia Jedrzejczak by Brent S. Rushall
Hannah-Maria Seppala by Brent S. Rushall
Jessica Hardy by Brent S. Rushall
Libby Lenton/Trickett by Brent S. Rushall
Jessicah Schipper by Brent S. Rushall
Laure Manoudou by Brent S. Rushall
Stefan Nystrand by Brent S. Rushall
Linda McKenzie by Brent S. Rushall
Kate Ziegler by Brent S. Rushall
Dara Torres by Brent S. Rushall
Rebecca Adlington by Brent S. Rushall
Federica Pelligrini by Brent S. Rushall
Paul Biedermann by Brent S. Rushall
Kirsty Coventry by Brent S. Rushall
Rebecca Soni by Brent S. Rushall
Britta Steffen by Brent S. Rushall
Sarah Sjostrom by Brent S. Rushall
Oussama Mellouli by Brent S. Rushall
Jessica Hardy by Brent S. Rushall
Ryosuke Irie by Brent S. Rushall
Sun Yang by Brent S. Rushall
Dana Vollmer by Brent S. Rushall
Cameron Van Der Burgh by Brent S. Rushall
Daniel Gyurta by Brent S. Rushall

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