Developmental changes across applied sport and exercise scientists' careers

Tod, David
December 2011
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Dec2011, Issue 30, p16
The article discusses the factors the contribute to the changes in the practices and emotions of applied sport and exercise scientists. It states that the technical interventions and knowledge underpinning the practice and the practitioners' skills and characteristics can influence the effectiveness of sport and exercise science support. It cites the effort of practitioners to adapt interventions to meet the needs of athletes. Suggestions for ensuring effective practice are also provided.


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