Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes Online CE Course With Print Book
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- Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes book
- Online study guide
- Online continuing education exam
Author Mike McGuigan, an award-winning sport scientist, blends research-based concepts with practical application strategies for monitoring training and performance in athletes. You’ll learn to monitor body stress, biochemical markers, and hormonal responses; find out about reliability of modern methods, such as wearable technology and questionnaires; and understand how to interpret data to modify training programs in real time. You’ll find guidelines, approaches, and solutions for challenges in athlete monitoring for individual and team sports, as well as suggestions for integrating monitoring with coaching.
Real-world examples assist with understanding the cutting-edge, evidence-based research on athlete monitoring. Full-color illustrations and photographs provide a visual interpretation of the information presented. An accompanying study guide helps solidify learning from each chapter.
Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes is an invaluable guide in managing monitoring systems and adjusting training programs based on the data to help athletes and teams achieve peak performance.
Once you complete the course and pass the exam, you can print a certificate for continuing education credits.
- Explain the importance of monitoring athletes
- Apply analysis techniques to investigate individual data
- Describe the physiological effects of training stress
- Identify and implement methods for monitoring training stress
- Explain measures of fitness and fatigue used for athlete monitoring
- Implement a range of technologies in monitoring athletes
- Apply science to the art of coaching
- Describe the guidelines, approaches, challenges, and solutions for monitoring athletes
AudienceCertified strength and conditioning, athletic training, and personal training professionals.
Chapter 2. Research Tools for Athlete Monitoring
Chapter 3. Physiological Effects of Training Stress
Chapter 4. Quantifying Training Stress
Chapter 5. Measures of Fitness and Fatigue
Chapter 6. Current Monitoring Practices and Technologies
Chapter 7. Integrating Monitoring With Coaching
Chapter 8. Athlete Monitoring Guidelines for Individual Sports
Chapter 9. Athlete Monitoring Guidelines for Team Sports
Up to date and thorough book.
Course was well laid out with review materials. Exam provided so you could work on it prior to taking it officially.
Really liked the chapter reviewing statistics.
Would have been helpful to have a chapter that outlined several of the different wearable technology products, what they can do, what is beneficial and what is not very helpful. This would probably have to be updated regularly but would be a nice addition to the course.