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Performance Coaching : individualization of training programmes

  title={Performance Coaching : individualization of training programmes},
  author={N. Cross},
Performance coaching is a process that can be defined as the purposeful improvement of competitive sports performance through a planned programme of preparation and competition (Lyle 1999). The process is both multifaceted and multidisciplinary. As such, it requires input in a variety of different disciplines and from a number of different specialists. When one considers the basic building blocks that are necessary for effective coaching behaviour, it becomes obvious that contributions to an… Expand
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