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Contents List of contributors, 00 Foreword by the IOC, 00 Preface, 00 Part 1: Growth, Maturation and Physical Performance 1 Growth and biological maturation, relevance to athletic performance 2 Development of muscle strength during childhood 3 Development of anaerobic power and local muscular endurance 4 Cardiorespiratory and metabolic responses during exercise: maturation and growth 5 Scaling for size: relevance to understanding effects of growth on performance Part 2: Training: Principles, Trainability, and Consequences 6 Trainability of muscle strength, power and endurance during childhood 7 Endurance trainability of children and youth 8 Skill trainability and acquisition 9 The role of physical activity during growth on bone health 10 Physical activity in early years: health implications for the future Part 3: Injuries: Epidemiology, Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation 11 Epidemiology of pediatric sports-related injuries 12 Overuse injuries in the young athlete 13 Protective equipment 14 Rehabilitation of children following sport and activity related injuries Part 4: Non-orthopedic Health Concerns 15 The preparticipation physical examination 16 Nutrition for the school aged child athlete 17 Eating disorders in the young athlete 18 Delayed puberty in girls and primary and secondary ammenorrhea 19 Cardiovascular concerns in the young athlete 20 Physiological and health aspects of exercise in hot and cold climates 21 Doping and ergogenic aids Part 5: Psychosocial Issues 22 Personal development through sports 23 Self-esteem and perception of competence in youth sports: theory, research, and enhancement strategies 24 Emotional stress and anxiety in the child and adolescent athlete Part 6: Disease and the Young Athlete 25 Infections and immune diseases 26 Asthma and sports 27 Juvenile diabetes and sports 28 The young athlete with a motor disability 29 The young athlete with a mental disability Part 7: Methodology 30 Measuring body composition 31 Monitoring of growth and maturation 32 Testing aerobic power, capacity, and performance 33 Testing anaerobic performance 34 Longitudinal studies during growth and training: importance and principles Index, 00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Pediatric sports medicine -- Encyclopedias.
Physical Education and Training.
Sports -- physiology.