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Care in Sport Coaching

Author : Colum Cronin
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While it is accepted that sport coaches should safeguard participants, Care in Sport Coaching: Pedagogical Cases argues that coaches have a duty of care that moves beyond protection and involves the development of caring relationships with athletes. Recent high-profile incidents of abuse in sport highlight the need to reposition coaching as a caring activity and to embed care within coach education and coaching policy. Based around extended case studies, this book provides grounded accounts of how coaches care in their everyday practice. These case studies are analysed using multidisciplinary theoretical perspectives to illustrate and problematise how coaches care. Conclusions are provided, based on these analyses, that will help coach educators, researchers and policy makers establish care as a key facet of everyday sport coaching activities. Additionally, the book offers guidelines that will aid practitioners to enact care in their practice. This is important reading for coaches, researchers, lecturers and students who are concerned with the role of coaches and the development of coaching practice.

Care in Sport Coaching

Author : Colum Cronin
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While it is accepted that sport coaches should safeguard participants, Care in Sport Coaching: Pedagogical Cases argues that coaches have a duty of care that moves beyond protection and involves the development of caring relationships with athletes. Recent high-profile incidents of abuse in sport highlight the need to reposition coaching as a caring activity and to embed care within coach education and coaching policy. Based around extended case studies, this book provides grounded accounts of how coaches care in their everyday practice. These case studies are analysed using multidisciplinary theoretical perspectives to illustrate and problematise how coaches care. Conclusions are provided, based on these analyses, that will help coach educators, researchers and policy makers establish care as a key facet of everyday sport coaching activities. Additionally, the book offers guidelines that will aid practitioners to enact care in their practice. This is important reading for coaches, researchers, lecturers and students who are concerned with the role of coaches and the development of coaching practice.

Care in Sport Coaching

Author : Colum Cronin
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"While it is accepted that sport coaches should safeguard participants, Care in Sport Coaching: Pedagogical Cases argues that coaches have a duty of care that moves beyond protection and involves the development of caring relationships with athletes. Recent high-profile incidents of abuse in sport highlight the need to reposition coaching as a caring activity and to embed care within coach education and coaching policy. Based around extended case studies, this book provides grounded accounts of how coaches care in their everyday practice. These case studies are analysed using multidisciplinary theoretical perspectives to illustrate and problematise how coaches care. Conclusions are provided, based on these analyses, that will help coach educators, researchers and policy makers establish care as a key facet of everyday sport coaching activities. Additionally, the book offers guidelines that will aid practitioners to enact care in their practice. This is important reading for researchers, lecturers and students who are concerned with the role of coaches and the development of coaching practice" --

Coaching Sport and the Law

Author : Neil Partington
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The interdependent coach-athlete relationship represents the most fundamental instance of a duty of care in sport. This book defines, analyses and clarifies the duty of care incumbent upon sports coaches and identifies important recommendations of real-world significance for coaching practice. Given the dynamic relationship between coaching, sport and the law, it is imperative that coaches have an informed awareness of the evolving legal context in which they discharge their duty of care. Detailed analysis of a coach’s duty of care has so far been lacking. The book addresses this gap by being the first to critically scrutinise the concept of duty of care in the specific context of sports coaching. Sustained analysis of the developing case law allows the scope and boundaries of the particular duties demanded of coaches to be rigorously examined. The legal principles and court decisions discussed relate to coaching delivered in a wide range of individual and team sports, at both amateur and professional levels of performance, and include common scenarios and challenges frequently encountered by sports coaches globally. By adopting an interdisciplinary approach within a broader sociolegal methodological framework, this book’s detailed analysis and original insights will prove highly instructive for practising coaches, coach educators, and national governing bodies of sport. It also offers extremely valuable insights for students, teachers and practitioners involved in sports law, sports coaching, sports ethics, tort law, sports policy and development, sports studies and physical education.

Psychology in Sports Coaching

Author : Adam R. Nicholls
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Some of the most effective coaches understand the fundamentals of sport psychology, which include interacting effectively with athletes, creating the optimal environment, assessing the psychological needs of their athletes, and even providing them with the mental training required to maximise performance. Fully revised and updated, the second edition of Psychology in Sports Coaching: Theory and Practice clearly and accessibly introduces the principles and practice of sport psychology in the context of the coaching process. Drawing on the very latest research and theory, the book introduces the psychological tools and techniques that coaches can use to get the best performances out of their athletes. Including six new chapters on applying self-determination principles in coaching, creating the optimal motivational climate, increasing motivation, developing anti-doping attitudes, promoting challenge states, and mindfulness-based stress reduction training, the book also offers step-by-step guidance on key topics such as: Assessing the needs of athletes Facilitating awareness through goal-setting and performance profiling Working with special populations, including children and injured athletes Building team cohesion Maximising relationships and socially supporting athletes Teaching mental skills such as imagery and coping Building mental toughness and confidence. Every chapter contains useful features to aid learning and understanding, including in-depth case studies, critical thinking questions, clear and concise summaries, and practice exam questions. Psychology in Sports Coaching: Theory and Practice is essential reading for any student of sports coaching or any practising coach looking to extend and develop their skills, and useful applied reading for students of sport psychology.

Sports Coach

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Sport First Aid 5E

Author : Melinda Flegel
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Provides high school and club coaches with action steps for the care and prevention of more than 110 sport-related injuries and illnesses. With Sport First Aid, you and your coaching staff will be prepared to make critical decisions and respond appropriately when faced with medical emergencies.

Sport Saftey Training Injury Prevention and Care Handbook

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Strategies

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The Management of Sport

Author : Bonnie L. Parkhouse
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Manuel didactique couvrant les bases du management du sport et plus précidément la comptabilité, la finance, le droit, la communication, le management et le marketing. Différents auteurs examinent des domaines d'application. Ciblé plutôt pour les étudiants. Sensibilité américaine.

National Standards for Sports Coaches

Author : National Association for Sport and Physical Education
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The National Standards for Sport Coaches, 2nd edition, is a playbook for running a successful training program. It provides clear direction regarding the skills and knowledge every coach needs to have. From novice to highly skilled master coach, the National Standards work for all sports and at all competitive levels. If a program covers the information in this book, that program will prepare qualified coaches. Reviewed and revised by experts from national governing bodies of sport. Over 100 organizations currently endorse the National Standards; including youth sport agencies, sport national governing bodies, school sport groups, and colleges and organizations. This straightforward guide identifies 8 domains and 40 standards of critical importance! (Paperback) This book is a MUST for: - Coaching Educators: Provide quality training that will have a positive impact on your coaches' performance. - Sport Administrators: Establish benchmarks for hiring quality coaches for your program. - Coaches: Develop a performance guide for professional growth and skill development. - Athletes: Learn how a quality coach can optimize your sport experience. The 8 Domains of Coaching Competencies: - Philosophy and Ethics - Safety and Injury Prevention - Physical Conditioning - Growth and Development - Teaching and Communication - Sport skills and Tactics - Organization and Administration - Evaluation

Coaching Theory Level One

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Touch in Sports Coaching and Physical Education

Author : Heather Piper
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In our increasingly risk-averse society, touch and touching behaviours between professionals and children have become a fraught issue. In sports coaching and physical education, touching young sports performers and participants has, in some contexts, come to be redefined as dubious and dangerous. Coaches find themselves operating in a framework of regulations and guidelines that create anxiety, for them and others, and for many volunteer (and sometimes professional) coaches, this fearful context has led them to question the risks and benefits of their continuing involvement in sport. Touch in Sports Coaching and Physical Education is the first book to explore this difficult topic in detail. Drawing on a series of international studies from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Sweden and elsewhere, it presents important new research evidence and examines theories of risk and moral panic that frame the discussion. By challenging prevailing orthodoxies the book makes a significant contribution to critical discussion around practice, pedagogy, politics and policy in sport and physical education, and also informs current debates around the nature and quality of all in loco parentis relationships.

Sports and Law

Author : Herb Appenzeller
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This work is a collection of articles on current legal issues in sports, including: Title IX, violence in sports, medical-legal aspects, and equipment and facilities. The emerging issues of drug testing in sports and atheletes' rights are also discussed in the book.

Ethics in Sport

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Adolescent Health Care

Author : Robert W. Blum
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Adolescent Health Care: Clinical Issues provides an understanding of the main health problems and concerns facing teenagers. This book discusses the major legal decisions and thinking on confidentiality, consent, minor's right to health services, and the limitations of parental and medical authority. Organized into seven parts encompassing 27 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the main issues faced by any health care provider working with adolescents. This text then discusses the ways in which youths visualize their own health problems. Other chapters consider the normal nutritiona ...

Sports physical therapy

Author : Barbara Sanders
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Journal Association Canadienne Pour la Sant L ducation Physique Et Le Loisir

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Interscholastic Athletic Administration

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Sport Psychology Secrets

Author : Dr Brandon Nye
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Simple, Powerful Insider Secrets to Unleash the Power of Sports Psychology -- So You Can Win, More Often!"If you shift your mind your behaviors will follow." - Dr Brandon Nye, Ph.D., Human Performance SpecialistIn this fun-and-easy-to-read program, human performance specialist Dr. Brandon Nye shares the most-useful-to-you-right-now components of Sports Psychology.Whether you are a coach, high performance athlete, just getting started or looking to be better in business, this information-packed kindle will help you uncover the mysteries of sports psychology (useful to you in sports and in your life) empowering you to set and reach bigger, better goals.In this fun and educational program, you will discover: Two key components to your mental performance The #1 biggest factor in enhancing your own human performance (Yes, you can develop this skill!) Three factors that must be in place to realize optimal performance (these are remarkably easy to apply -- but most coaches don't know how, until now) How to prepare for competition One easy strategy to get more from your Mental Toughness (HINT: It's related to how you start your day) How to create a distraction that represents a real-life stress for your use in practice! How a coach can redirect negative self-talk (very common especially in youngsters) Common mistakes that block your mental strength Key factors involved that actually SQUASH your performance -- and how to avoid! Why team culture affects sport psychology -- and what to do about it How a coach creates a winning environment How a player learns to trust their coach How to spot a big flaw in the coach -- and how the coach can easily fix it! What behaviors is coach reinforcing? What is a great Sport Psychology test for any player (this will shock you!) Why can't a team with the most elite talent NOT be able to get it together? What is Sports Psychology and Human Performance How Tom Brady, Roger Federer and other professionals with long careers excel How Mental Toughness relates to Sports Psychology? How to overcome obstacles How to know if you are mentally tough Why should coaches and athletes care about Sport Psychology? How do you get started? How do you work with all levels of athletes, beginning to elite How to address a 'hothead' athlete? How to better understand your self How to better deal with injuries Why injuries tell you more about the athlete than once believed How an injury can actually make you BETTER! Simple strategies to make Sport Psychology work for you -- NOT against you And much, much more in this awesome program!