The Key Physical and Physiological Attributes of Competitive Wrestling
The main objective of this book is to detail and critically appraise the main physical and physiological features of competitive wrestlers according to gender, weight categories, match outcome, the level of practice, and wrestling style.This book contains six chapters.
After the introduction chapter, the author deals with the main anthropometric characteristics followed by the physical and physiological attributes of wrestlers.
The two last chapters detail the physiological and performance responses to wrestling-specific match simulation and official competition settings and the issue of weight management in wrestlers.
This book is practically paramount for sports scientists, coaches, and strength and conditioning specialists since it provides an exhaustive and comprehensive understanding of the leading physical and physiological attributes that manage wrestling competition success.
In addition, the strategies that should be adopted to control the adverse derivatives of weight loss are detailed in this book.