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TOYA training of young athletes study.

Sports Council.

TOYA training of young athletes study.

by Sports Council.

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Published by Sports Council .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesTOYA and lifestyle.
ContributionsRowley, Stephen.
The Physical Object
Pagination20p.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18423758M

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TOYA training of young athletes study on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. TOYA training of young athletes study: : Books Skip to main contentFormat: Paperback. This paper focuses on the effects of intensive training on the physical and psychological health of young athletes participating in the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study in the UK.

Possible areas of physical and emotional vulnerability for the young athlete, identified by coaches and sports scientists, are compared with the actual experiences of children taking part in intensive training. The UK Sports Council's Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) is a long term survey designed to look at the effects of intensive training on a sample of highly trained young athletes.

The aim of the study is to establish the positive and negative effects of intensive training within four sports: swimming, tennis, soccer and gymnastics. This report in the TOYA series considers the relationship between.

TOYA training of young athletes study: physical fitness and growth. Author(s): Baxter-Jones, A. Author Affiliation: Portex Anaesthesia, Intensive Therapy and Respiratory Medicine Unit, Institute of Child Health, University of London, London, : A. Baxter-Jones. Training in elite young athletes (the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study): injuries, flexibility and isometric strength.

Article (PDF Available) in British Journal of Sports Medicine 28 (2. The Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study is a large scale survey designed to look at the effects of intensive training on a sample of highly trained young athletes.

The aim is to establish the positive and negative effects of intensive training within four sports, gymnastics, soccer, swimming and tennis.

The UK Sports Council's Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study is a large scale survey designed to look at the effects of intensive training on a sample of highly trained young athletes.

The aim of the study is to establish the positive and negative effects of intensive training within four sports: gymnastics, soccer, swimming and tennis. The information provided by the study is needed to.

Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study TOYA and lifestyle. By S. (comp.) Rowley and London (United Kingdom) Sports Council. Abstract. Publication no. SC/68/2M/2/92SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:GPE/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo.

The Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study was commissioned by the Sports Council in following growing concern about the negative effects of intensive training on children. There. significant difference either in training time or social class.

Thestudy hada representative sample of suc-cessful young athletes. The social class composition distribution Year1 Year2 Age(years) Age(years) Sport Gender 17 15 13 11 9 Total Gender 18 16 14 12 10 Total Football M 12 25 28 65 M 10 23 25 58 Gymnastics F 13 18 18 15 17 Cited by: This paper reviews the findings from a longitudinal study following the growth and development of young British athletes.

Four sports were studied: gymnastics, soccer, swimming, and tennis. Training of Young Athletes Study (TOYA). Tuesday, 21 December Rowley, S.

Performance Sport & Coaching The Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study was commissioned by the Sports Council in following growing concern about the negative effects of intensive training on children. Training in élite young athletes (the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study): injuries, flexibility and isometric strength.

N Maffulli, J B King, and P Helms Institute of Child Health, Respiratory and Anaesthetic Unit, London, by: Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study Project description.

By S. Rowley and London (United Kingdom) Sports Council. Abstract. Publication no. SC/43/3M/1/92SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:GPE/ / BLDSC - British. The Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study published in -was commissioned by the Sports Council in following growing concern about the negative effects of intensive training on children.

Male gymnasts over 11 years old were significantly stronger than all other athletes. Training in élite young athletes (the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) Study): injuries, flexibility and isometric strength. | British Journal of Sports MedicineCited by: The Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study was set up to provide much needed baseline information on the physical and psychological effect of participating in youth sport following concerns that children may be over-training and at risk of physical injury or exhaustion.

There is also, however, the possibility of under-training with its own attendant disadvantages in terms of achieving improved performance in. Editor's comments - [ This report describes the educational experiences of the young athletes involved in the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study.

The relationship between training, intelligence, schooling and academic attainment is discussed and sports-specific differences are identified. Informed by athletes’ psychological needs, the current qualitative study developed, implemented, and evaluated a month mental skills training (MST) program for elite youth athletes.

A Review of the Training of Young Athletes (TOYA) study Adam D.G. Baxter-Jones and Peter J. paper reviews the findings from a longitudinal study following the gmwth and development Of. Maffulli N, King J, Helms P. Training in elite young athletes (the training of young athletes (TOYA) study: injuries, flexibility and isometric strength.

Br J Sports .REINBOTH, M. et al. () Dimensions of coaching behaviour, need satisfaction, and the psychological and physical welfare of young athletes. Motivation and Emotion, 28 (3), p.

; BAXTER-JONES, A. D. and HELMS, P. J. () Effects of training at a young age: a review of the training of young athletes (TOYA) study.A Guide to Developing Physical Qualities in Young Athletes It is imperative that the greatest degree of care is taken in all aspects of physical training and athlete development.

When reading, interpreting or implementing any of the information Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review as File Size: 1MB.