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  • Scaffolding a Club Philosophy Among Coaches: Perspectives from a Spanish Club Short Title: a Club Philosophy Among Coaches 

    Galatti, Larissa; Milistetd, Michel; Quinaud, Ricardo; Mazzei, Leandro Carlos; Montero-Seoane, Antonio; Rodrigues Paes, Roberto (Universitat de les Illes Balears, 2019)
    [Abstract] Coaching philosophy is an important assumption for a coaching practice. The aim of this study was to describe one sport program and to understand how the transmission of the principles and values in a successful ...
  • Excellence in Women Basketball: Sport Career Development of World Champions and Olympic Medalists Brazilian Athletes 

    Galatti, Larissa; Marques, Renato; Barros, Carlos Eduardo; Montero-Seoane, Antonio; Rodrigues Paes, Roberto (Universitat de les Illes Balears, 2019)
    [Abstract]: This study investigated the career of seven Brazilian athletes who hold the title of world champions and Olympic medalists in basketball. The aim was to identify individual´s multiple factors that influenced ...
  • La voz del lugar, el lugar de la voz: cartografías ciudadanas 

    Vérez, Victoria; Montero-Seoane, Antonio (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Estudios Urbanos y Territoriales, 2020-05)
    [Resumen]: En este trabajo de arte de acción hilamos diferentes voces al tejido urbano, construyendo un diálogo interpersonal en el que personas distintas, habitantes todas ellas de un espacio social determinado, relatan ...
  • Skateboarding Injuries in Spain: A Web-Based Survey Approach 

    Rodríguez-Rivadulla, Adrián; Saavedra-García, Miguel A.; Arriaza, Rafael (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2020)
    [Abstract]: Background: The inclusion of skateboarding in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games reinforces this activity as a sport. As the number of skateboarders around the world and the difficulty of skateboarding maneuvers ...
  • Application of Functional Data Analysis for the Prediction of Maximum Heart Rate 

    Matabuena, Marcos; Vidal, Juan C.; Hayes, Philip R.; Saavedra-García, Miguel A.; Huelin Trillo, Fernando (IEEE-Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2019-08-29)
    [Abstract]: Maximum heart rate (MHR) is widely used in the prescription and monitoring of exercise intensity, and also as a criterion for the termination of sub-maximal aerobic _tness tests in clinical populations. Traditionally, ...

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