SWIMMING SCIENCE BULLETIN

Table of Contents

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  1. Considerations for the Preparation and Conduct of International Swimming Teams
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  2. Mental Skills Training for Developing Psychological Competencies and Characteristics in Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  3. Coaching by the Internet: Intercontinental Stroke Analysis
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  4. Annual Planning for Swimming Fitness
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  5. Skill Elements for Faster Racing Times
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  6. Tapering Considerations For Big Meets
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  7. NSW Academy of Sport Nutrition Guidelines: Preparation and Recovery for Competition
    by Helen O'Connor.
  8. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1989-1990
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  9. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1990-1991
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  10. Extracted Principles and Implications from the International Center for Aquatic Research Annual - 1991-1992
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  11. Muscular Condition Tests for Swimming
    by Brent S. Rushall and Kenneth S. Graham.
  12. A Suggested Program of Foundational Conditioning Exercises for Age-group Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall, John Marsden, and Clive Young.
  13. Success Rates of Swimmers at the 13-17 Years NSW State Age Championships
    by Brent S. Rushall and Neil Ryan.
  14. Elite Swimmers and Altitude Training
    by Brent S. Rushall, Michael J. Buono, Anthony A. Sucec, and Alan D. Roberts.
  15. A History of Crawl Stroke Techniques to the 1960s: An Australian Perspective by Forbes Carlile.
  16. Development of Basic and Special Endurance in Age-group Swimmers: A Russian Perspective
    by Andrei R. Vorontsov.
  17. A Curriculum for Three Levels of Age-group Swimming by Brent S. Rushall.
  18. Notes from ICAR Research and Other Sources at the ASCA September, 1992 World Coaches Clinic, Anaheim, California
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  19. Forces in Swimming - A Re-evaluation of Current Status by Brent S. Rushall, Eric J. Sprigings, Larry E. Holt, and Jane M. Cappaert.
  20. Essential Features of Racing Psychology
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  21. The Structure of Pre-race Strategies
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  22. The Structure of Race Strategies
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  23. Basic Training Principles for Pre-pubertal Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  24. Recent Trends in Coaching Elite Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  25. HGH, EPO, Anabolic Steroids, and Testosterone in Swimming
    by Brent S. Rushall and Guy Grant.
  26. Crawl Stroke Body Dynamics in Male Champions
    by Brent S. Rushall, Eric J. Sprigings, Jane Cappaert, and Harry A. King.
  27. The Structure of Training Sessions According to Scientific Principles
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  28. An Ignored Scientific Component of Sprint Swimming Training
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  29. Lift Is Not an Important Force in Swimming Propulsion
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  30. Of Men, Fishes, and Asian Elephants
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  31. Lift as a Force for Swimming Propulsion: A Rebuttal
    by Herbert G. Aas.
  32. Sports Science and Lift in Swimming
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  33. Actual Hand Movement Paths of Champion Male Crawl Stroke Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  34. Actual Hand Movement Paths of Two Champion Backstroke Swimmers
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  35. A History of Australian Swimming Training
    by Forbes Carlile.
  36. Flotation in Swimming: The Forgotten Technique Modifier
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  37. The Future of Swimming: "Myths and Science"
    ASCA 2009 invited presentation by Brent S. Rushall.
  38. Commentary on the Long Term Athlete Development Model for British Swimming and the Misinformation it Propagates
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  39. Swimming Energy Training in the 21st Century: The Justification for Radical Changes (Second Edition)
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  40. Two Summaries of Ultra-short Race-pace Training.
  41. Energy Dispersal in Competitive Swimming
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  42. Hypotheses about the Specificity of Physical Conditioning in Swimming: It Is a Lot More Specific than Commonly Believed
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  43. Ultra-short Race-pace Training and Traditional Training Compared
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  44. Current Swimming Techniques: The Physics of Movements and Observations of Champions
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  45. Important Features of Ultra-short Race-pace Training.
  46. Fatigue in serious swimmers. Two papers, each for a different audience.
  47. Step-by-step USRPT Planning and Decision-making Processes and Examples of USRPT Training Sessions, Microcycles, Macrocycles, and Technique Instruction. Version 1.2.1
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  48. In reply to Dan McCarthy’s article, Addressing Ultra-Short Race Pace Training
    by Daniel O. Thompson III.
  49. USRPT Defined: After Two Years USRPT Comes of Age. Version 1.1
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  50. USRPT - Common Questions and Answers: Version 1.0
    by Brent S. Rushall.
  51. Warming-up in USRPT: Version 1.1
    by Brent S. Rushall.

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