2015, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part E
Stage Fright and Coping Mechanisms among Dance Troupe Members and Trainers in a State University: An Empirical StudyAuthor(s):
Florie May S. GonzagaAbstract:
The study brings together the average physical parameters achieved by a professional athlete and an amateur football athlete of different sports, a middle-distance runner / rugby player in our case, the objective of which is trying to reach the physical parameters on average obtained by professional players during a ninety minute match, despite having different abilities, through a run on the athletics track and football field.rnThe research involves the use of 10Hz GPS (Global Positioning System) technology which allows the detection of actions and movements of the athlete and some ways in which these are carried out via satellite triangulation. The Qualities to which we refer in this study and that will be taken into consideration will mainly be speed> 16 km / h, acceleration> 2m / s / s, deceleration, -2m / s / s and metabolic power,> 20W / kg. The study aims to demonstrate that it is not impossible to achieve the parameters of the trained professional footballer, especially in terms of strength, speed and acceleration. Our aim is also to offer some reflections to eventually remodel, if useful and possible, training loads ceilings of professional athletes so far considered optimal.Pages: 267-274 | 1388 Views 8 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Florie May S. Gonzaga. Stage Fright and Coping Mechanisms among Dance Troupe Members and Trainers in a State University: An Empirical Study. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;2(2):267-274.