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Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming V1 - Donald MacLaren

Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming V1

By: Donald MacLaren (Editor), T. Reilly (Editor), A. Lees (Editor)

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The International Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming, held every four years under the aegis of the International Society of Biomechanics and the World Commission of Sports Biomechanics, provides a forum in which research related to swimming is reported and problems that confront swimming practitioners are debated.
This volume contains the papers presented at the sixth symposium. The keynote addresses covered lactate metabolism, performance determining factors and the analysis of sprint swimming. The contributed papers range widely across sports science, coaching and training and sports medicine.

Symposium Organization
Preface
Keynote Addresses
Lactate metabolism for swimmingp. 3
Performance determining factors in front crawl swimmingp. 13
Analysis of sprint swimming: the 50m freestylep. 33
Biomechanics
Intensity and performance related differences in propelling and mechanical efficienciesp. 49
Indirect calculation of mechanical and propelling efficiency during freestyle swimmingp. 53
Effects of two types of biomechanical bio-feedback on crawl performancep. 57
Biomechanical aspects of paddle swimming at different speedsp. 63
The interrelation of hydrodynamic forces and swimming speed in breaststrokep. 69
Movement analysis of the flat and the undulating breaststroke patternp. 75
Propulsion in the butterfly strokep. 81
A biochemical analysis of the novice swimmer using the butterfly strokep. 87
Electromyography
Effects of speed on EMG and kinematic parameters in freestylep. 93
Influence of the size of the paddles in front crawl strokep. 99
An ergonomic electromyographic study of different swimming finsp. 105
An electromyographic and impact force study of the overhand water polo throwp. 111
Synchro-swimming: an EMG study of the arm muscles during the scull movement in the 'single ballet leg alternate'p. 117
Swim Technique
Consequences of altering stroke parameters in front crawl swimming and its simulationp. 125
Velocity distance per stroke and stroke frequency of highly skilled swimmers in 50m freestyle sprint in a 50 and 25m poolp. 131
Analysis of swimming races in the 1989 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships and 1988 Japanese Olympic Trialsp. 135
An evaluation of changes in the crawl-stroke technique during training periods in a swimming seasonp. 143
Intra-stroke velocity fluctuations in paced breaststroke swimmingp. 151
Comparative analysis of studies of speed variations within a breaststroke cyclep. 161
Application of knowledge gained from the coordination of partial movements in breaststroke and butterfly swimming for the development of technical trainingp. 167
Swimming skill cannot be interpreted directly from the energy cost of swimmingp. 173
Sex differences in kinematics and temporal parameters of the grab startp. 181
Training
Adaptations to interval training at common intensities and different work:rest ratiosp. 189
Physiological adaptations to 60 vs 20 minutes of swim training at 76% VO[subscript 2] maxp. 195
Changes in aerobic power and swimming economy as a result of reduced training volumep. 201
Physiological adaptations to swim training in untrained female swimmersp. 207
Analysis of delayed training effects in the preparation of the west German water polo team for the 1988 Olympic Gamesp. 213
Force and velocity characteristics of land training devices in swimmingp. 219
Lactate Metabolism
A study of blood lactate profiles across different swim strokesp. 227
Heart rate and lactate responses to swimmingp. 235
Importance of a calculation scheme to support the interpretation of lactate testsp. 243
Effect of leg action on stroke performance in swimmingp. 251
Post-competition blood lactate in disabled swimmersp. 257
Performance and Physiology
Adjustment to maximal work intensity during interval swimming using various work:rest ratiosp. 263
Performance-related differences in the anaerobic contribution of competitive freestyle swimmersp. 271
Aerobic: anaerobic contributions during various distances at common work:rest ratiosp. 279
Evaluation of maximal aerobic velocity and prediction of performance in Backstrokep. 285
Differences in the anaerobic power of age group swimmersp. 289
Leg extensions power of elite swimmersp. 295
Validation of a dry land swimming-specific measurement of anaerobic powerp. 301
Relation between metabolic performance capacity and test results on isokinetic movements by fin swimmersp. 307
Analysis of swimming speed and energy metabolism in competitive water polo gamesp. 313
Physiological and biomechanics load parameters in life-savingp. 321
Medical Considerations
Swimming vs gymnastics: what is best to rehabilitate boys with exercise-induced asthma (EIA)p. 329
Alteration of lymphocyte subsets during a competitive swim training sessionp. 333
Alteration of patterns of endocrine response during a competitive swim training seasonp. 337
Serum erythropoietin of elite swimmers training at moderate altitudep. 341
A nutritional analysis of elite pre-adolescent swimmersp. 347
Kinanthropometry
Growth and development characteristics of elite female age group swimmersp. 353
Developmental changes in muscle size and power characteristics of elite age group swimmersp. 359
Relation between physical characteristics and undulation in the breaststrokep. 365
Somatotype profile of South American swimmersp. 371
Skeletal age of well trained young swimmersp. 379
Psychological Factors
The relationship between selected psychological parameters and performance among swimmers and diversp. 385
The athlete/coach relationship in competitive swimming: the implications of personality type, temperament type and coach evaluationp. 391
Effects of sleep loss and time of day in swimmersp. 399
Indexp. 406
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ISBN: 9780419156000
ISBN-10: 0419156003
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 428
Published: 3rd September 1992
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.78
Edition Number: 1