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Type: Artigo
Title: Physiological, psychological and biomechanical parameters applied in canoe slalom training: a review
Author: Messias, Leonardo Henrique Dalcheco
Reis, Ivan Gustavo Masselli dos
Ferrari, Homero Gustavo
Manchado-Gobatto, Fúlvia de Barros
Abstract: Canoe slalom is an Olympic sport held in natural and artificial rivers, with peculiar characteristics as compared to other sports. This sport is divided into the subdisciplines of kayak single (K1), canoe single (C1) and canoe double (C2), which also have specific characteristics. As with many other Olympic sports still on the rise, which lack expressive media recognition, few scientific studies have investigated canoe slalom. This information gap minimises possible similarities between theory and practice and advances in the preparation of teams (i.e., coaches, physical trainers and athletes). It is well established that for athletic development, several areas of knowledge must be integrated and applied to the specific nature of the sport, optimising sports training and athletic performance. Accordingly, this review aims to bring together studies on the physiological, psychological and biomechanical parameters, sports strategies and periodisation training applied to canoe slalom, explaining the need for increased knowledge in each of these areas of the practice of this sport
Subject: Canoas e canoagem
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Taylor & Francis
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/24748668.2014.11868700
Date Issue: 2014
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