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Stamina Training for Teen Athletes: Exercises to Take Your Game to the Next Level
     

Stamina Training for Teen Athletes: Exercises to Take Your Game to the Next Level

by Shane Frederick, Timothy J. Griffin (Contribution by)
 

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It's easy to start a five mile run, but it's a lot harder to finish it! That's why stamina training is so important. Increase your endurance so you can make that fourth quarter tackle, third period goal, or game winning spike. Finish as strong as you start with these stamina building tips and exercises.

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It's easy to start a five mile run, but it's a lot harder to finish it! That's why stamina training is so important. Increase your endurance so you can make that fourth quarter tackle, third period goal, or game winning spike. Finish as strong as you start with these stamina building tips and exercises.

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Children's Literature - Beverly Melasi
When playing sports an athlete has to be as strong at the end of a game as they were in the beginning. To achieve the proper level of aerobic fitness, an athlete forms a foundation by building up aerobic fitness. This fitness is built in many ways, including walking, jogging, biking, using an elliptical machine, or even in imitating the movements in their particular sport. An athlete wants their heart to beat 65-75 percent of its maximum heart rate during athletic exertion. Anything more and the body stops using the oxygen supplied by the heart, and the activity becomes an aerobic exercise. Some endurance sports include distance running, swimming and bicycling. For these sports, an athlete must focus on technique to build stamina so they can last during competition. Cooling down by stretching the muscles is just as important as warming them up. Frederick does a great job using large, vivid photographs to explain that building stamina and endurance makes a huge impact on how energy lasts throughout a competition. The words and easy-to-read sentences make this book a fun read. It is an interesting book for children and parents to read together. The book is a great way for teen athletes to learn about building stamina to improve athletic performance. Reviewer: Beverly Melasi

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781429676793
Publisher:
Capstone Press
Publication date:
01/01/2012
Series:
Sports Training Zone Series
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)
Lexile:
NC860L (what's this?)
Age Range:
10 - 14 Years

Meet the Author

Shane Frederick has been writing about sports teams and athletes ever since he worked for his high school newspaper in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, in the late 1980s. He currently covers college hockey and other sports for "The Free Press" newspaper in Mankato, Minnesota, and his stories have captured awards from the Associated Press, the Minnesota Newspaper Association, and the Society of Professional Journalists. He is also the author of several books about hockey and football. A graduate of the University of St. Thomas, Shane lives in Mankato with his wife, Sara; their three children, Ben, Jack, and Lucy; and their dog, Charlie.

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