Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science: Basketball by Douglas B. McKeag

By Douglas B. McKeag

Basketball covers the epidemiology of basketball harm, the physiological calls for of basketball, preventive medication, pre-participation exam and exact concerns to receive to the younger basketball participant, and at last appears to be like on the 'special' basketball participant -- diabetics, asthmatics, epileptics, etc.Content:
Chapter 1 Epidemiology of Basketball accidents (pages 1–11): Jay R. Hoffman
Chapter 2 body structure of Basketball (pages 12–24): Jay R. Hoffman
Chapter three meals directions for Basketball (pages 25–37): Leslie J. Bonci
Chapter four Preventive medication in Basketball (pages 38–65): Thomas J. Mackowiak
Chapter five Preparticipation Screening and the Basketball participant (pages 66–74): Andrew L. Pipe
Chapter 6 The younger Basketball participant (pages 75–85): Kevin B. Gebke and Douglas B. McKeag
Chapter 7 the feminine Athlete (pages 86–102): Margot Putukian
Chapter eight The distinctive Basketball participant (pages 103–114): Kevin B. Gebke and Douglas B. McKeag
Chapter nine mental matters in Basketball (pages 115–127): Christopher M. Carr
Chapter 10 Basketball accidents: Head and Face issues (pages 128–139): William F. Micheo and Enrique Amy
Chapter eleven Cardiovascular concerns in Basketball (pages 140–150): Andrew L. Pipe
Chapter 12 scientific ailment (pages 151–163): Margot Putukian
Chapter thirteen backbone and Pelvis (pages 164–176): Jill prepare dinner and Karim Khan
Chapter 14 Basketball accidents: top Extremity concerns (pages 177–190): William F. Micheo and Eduardo Amy
Chapter 15 decrease Extremity issues (pages 191–216): Karim Khan and Jill cook dinner

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Since fat is a concentrated calorie source, it should be used moderately. Fat-containing foods take longer to digest than either carbohydrate or protein, and a high fat meal before exercise can result in gastrointestinal distress. It is prudent to recommend that athletes minimize the intake of fried foods, or creamy sauces before exercise, and use these foods as part of post exercise refueling. Since basketball players expend more calories than sedentary individuals, they can afford to eat a diet that provides between 20 and 30% of the total calories as fat.

Mineral Dietary reference intake (DRI) Food sources Calcium 1000 mg Phosphorus Magnesium Zinc Iron Manganese Selenium Chromium Sodium 700 mg 310–400 mg 12–15 mg 10–15 mg ESADDI: 2–5 mg† 55 µg ESADDI: 50–200 µg† EMR: 500 mg* Dairy foods, canned fish w/bones, fortified soy products, fortified juices, dark green leafy vegetables Dairy foods, canned fish Whole grains, nuts, chocolate Oysters, liver, barley, soy, nuts Red meat, fortified cereals, liver Whole grains, leafy vegetables, nuts, beans, tea Fish/shellfish, meat, eggs, fish, nuts Whole grains, organ meats, beer, mushrooms, nuts Potassium EMR: 2000 mg* Salt, canned foods, condiments, pickles, sports drinks, snack crackers, chips, pretzels Fruits/juices, vegetables/juices, tomato products, yogurt, milk, nuts, legumes † Estimated safe and adequate dietary intakes; * estimated minimum requirements.

Speed, agility and basketball skills training Speed and agility training is usually performed during the preseason conditioning program. However, some athletes looking to enhance their speed or agility may begin such training during the off-season conditioning program. Many different exercises are available for improving agility in basketball players. Ideally, an exercise should be selected that incorporates movements that are common to the game of basketball and can be performed on the court. To improve sprint speed many athletes will incorporate more explosive exercises in their resistance training program and perform drills to enhance running technique.

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