The effect of sleep on speed performance for the student athlete / Kurtis Gray.
By: Gray, Kurtis.Material type: TextSeries: Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management and Coaching (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown); Undergraduate projects (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown); ITB Past Student Projects: Sports Management.Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Institute of Technology Blanchardstown , 2016Description: iv, 61p. : charts : 30 cm.Subject(s): Thesis -- Athletes | Thesis -- SleepDDC classification: P 472
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Project submitted in part fulfilment for the B.A. in Sports Management and Coaching.
Sleep is considered vital to the recovery of all biological systems including physical and neural processes. Despite this consensus, an overwhelming majority of studetns are considered sleep deprived. Speed is one of the most important components of sport and involves physical and neural processes which are affected by sleep deprivation. The purpose of this paper was to discover the effect of increasing sleep on speed for the student athlete...
Introduction -- Literature review -- Methodology -- Findings -- Discussion -- Conclusion.