Special Issue "New Trends in Research on Training, Performance, Conditioning, Coaching, Evaluation and Health in Basketball"
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Health Behavior, Chronic Disease and Health Promotion".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2020).
Interests: basketball; team sports; performance analysis in sport; analysis of coach behaviour; performance indicators for different sports; teachers, teaching and coaching; teacher and coach education; analysis of referees and officials
Interests: basketball; team sports; performance analysis in sport; critical incidents and perturbations; performance indicators for different sports; tactical patterns of play
Interests: notational analysis in sport; sports performance in team and dual sports; contextual factors; sport analytics
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Basketball is one of the most practiced sports worldwide, and it has a great impact on the media. This social importance does not escape researchers, who analyze basketball from different approaches (technical, psychological, physiological, physical, etc.). Scientific contributions from different research fields are improving the training of young players, optimizing training processes and increasing player performance. The Iberian/International Basketball Congress is an event in which the latest research results on this sport are presented in a transversal way. Therefore, it is necessary to disseminate this research in quality scientific publications, to increase knowledge about this sport.
The objective of this Special Issue is to attract papers that present new trends in research in training, performance, conditioning, coaching, evaluation, and health in basketball, to keep the state of the art updated. We encourage the submission of descriptive, experimental, and cross-sectional studies aimed at the study of basketball, which analyze the physical condition, performance, health, coaching, and training of players. Studies that analyze coaches and referees are also necessary. Review articles that describe the current state of the art on relevant topics are also welcome.
Dr. Sergio J. Ibáñez
Dr. Javier García-Rubio
Dr. Miguel Ángel Gómez-Ruano
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