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A Review Article on Exercise and Sports Physiology | Original Article

Kanika Rawat*, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Sport science encompasses a broad and complex variety of research concerns. The goal, and the review's main task, is to analyze the most important of such priorities into a cohesive plan for potential sport physiology studies. The unifying theme of this analysis is the possible benefit to elite athlete growth through future work in sport physiology. The analysis advances this concept by an in-depth evaluation of existing expertise and finding specific study fields that will improve the comprehension and implementation of sport physiology most profitable. The physiological limits of the elite competitor's workout efficiency and the tolerance of these physiological processes to further preparation are essential to this concept, likely contributing to overtraining. In fact, the potential to adapt or recover from the ever-increasing demands of training and competition is considered in sections on strength and power development, the child athlete, and performance limitations in multiple marathon activities such as hockey and football. It is noted in the analysis that sport physiology is largely based on developments in computational methods and quantitative calculation. The final portion of the analysis also discusses in depth the physiological assessment, the quality and precision of current and potential practices and the proper understanding of such results.