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Analysis of the physiological demands of canoe polo.

Pauline M. Jordan

Analysis of the physiological demands of canoe polo.

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Thesis (M. Sc. (Sport, Exercise and Leisure)) - University of Ulster, 1999.

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  The great advantages of the structure of my book is I split it into 16 chapters and bifurcated each chapter with a story from my life combined with an opinion or a philosophy.   the theory of canoe management 1. Have you heard about the canoe theory inmanagement?! Here is the story 2. A company X and a Japanese firmdecided to organize a canoe competition every year to compare their performance. Each team would be composed of eight people. 3. Polo Support Module This course is designed to assist coaches who want to gain more knowledge about the specialist discipline of canoe polo. The course introduces and explains the basic techniques and coaching strategies.   He dragged an inflatable canoe into a nearby river and embarked on an eight-mile trip through London's canal system. He says it's a new concept: canoe-commuting, or, as Kimpton calls it, canuting.


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The ball in canoe polo is the same that is used in water polo, and can be controlled by either hand or paddle. The game consists of two min halves. The purpose of this brief review is to 1) summarize the physiological and energetic demands of canoe polo training and games, 2) examine the physiological and anthropometric characteristics of.

A Review of the Physiological Demands and Nutritional Cited by: 1. To evaluate the time international canoe polo players spend performing various game activities, measure heart rate (HR) responses during games, and describe the physiological profile of elite players.

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book is suspended two metres above the t governing body: International Canoe. The book aimed to investigate factors that relate to performance and testing of canoe polo with completion of five research projects.

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