English | 2014 | ISBN: 1450421237 | 248 Pages | PDF | 2.93 MB

Whether it's a runner who starts the race too fast, a cyclist battling a strong head wind, or a tennis player taking extra recovery time during a court changeover, athletes and their coaches agree on one thing: Selecting the correct pacing strategy can make the difference between winning and losing or even finishing an event. In Pacing: Individual Strategies for Optimal Performance, Kevin Thompson reviews the latest studies on pacing and sport performance to give athletes the tools they need to formulate their own customised pacing strategies. As one of the first to make a comprehensive, research based analysis of pacing strategies across an array of sports, Thompson identifies the physiological underpinnings of each type: all out, positive, even,negative, parabolic and variable. While the adage of ' slow and steady wins the race'may hold true for some, the best strategy is the one that athletes develop to ensure they never work at too high a level so that they tire too quickly or at too lower level so that they fail to reach their potential.


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