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Overload, Performance Incompetence, and…

Overload, Performance Incompetence, and Regeneration in Sport

by Manfred Lehmann

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This volume covers up-to-date information of applied sports science, sports medicine, and specifically as regards the phenomena of fatigue and performance incompetence. Some of the topics covered include the definition, types, symptoms, underlying mechanisms, and frequency of overtraining syndrome; selected parameters and mechanisms of peripheral and central fatigue and regeneration in overtrained athletes; perspectives on correct approaches to training, warm-up, and performance in athletes; evaluation of endocrine activities and hormonal metabolic control in training and overtraining; clinical findings and parameters of stress and regeneration in rowers before world championships; mood, recovery-stress state, and regeneration; the exercise myopathy; monitoring overload and regeneration in cyclists; monitoring regeneration in elite swimmers; overload and regeneration after ulta-endurance exercise; neuro-endocrine system-exercise overload and regeneration; as well as the adregenic influence on sleep stage shifting in high endurance athletes after exercise.

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