The science of speed: Determinants of performance in the 100 m sprint: A response to commentary
Majumdar, Aditi S. & Robergs, Robert A. (2011) The science of speed: Determinants of performance in the 100 m sprint: A response to commentary. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 6(3), pp. 499-500.
Science alone cannot explain all features and aspects of human exercise performance, and there is no doubt that coaches hold tremendous insight into determinants of athletic success. The challenge has and remains to be how to promote a marriage between science and coaching to stimulate improved understanding of human athletic performance. Our review, in combination with the commentary from Yannis Pitsiladis, Anthony Davis and Dennis Johnson, is a good examples of how such a marriage can occur and be fostered by pertinent academic and coaching journals...
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