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Physiological Profile Review for Women’s Lacrosse. Shae Smith ESS 110. The Basics…. What the ASEP says…. What the RESEARCH says…. Physiological responses of international women’s lacrosse players to pre-season conditioning R.T Withers. What the RESEARCH says….

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what the research says
What the RESEARCH says….

Physiological responses of international women’s lacrosse players to pre-season conditioning

R.T Withers

what the research says1
What the RESEARCH says….

Descriptive characteristics of NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse players

J. D. Vescovi

T. D. Brown

T. M. Murray

what the research says2
What the RESEARCH says….

Selected fitness parameters of college female lacrosse players

M. N. Schmidt

P. Gray

S. Tyler

application
Application
  • Conditioning
    • Speed
    • Agility and Footwork
    • Some strength training
  • Amount of training
    • No need for frequent aerobic training
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Results are consistent with the ASEP suggestions
  • Problems with research:
    • Small test groups
    • No time-based or movement analysis of competition
references
References

DeMeersman, R. E., & Schiltz, J. H (1984). Decreased training frequency and pulmonary function retention in female athlete. Journal of Sports Medicine. 24, 155-158.

Harris, G (2006).Off-season conditioning for women's lacrosse. National Strength

and Conditioning Association. 28, 93-94

Schmidt, M. N., Gray, P, & Tyler, S (1981). Selected fitness parameters of college

female lacrosse players . Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness. 21, 284-289.

Vescovi, J. D., Brown, T. D., & Murray, T. M. (2007). Descriptive characteristics

of NCAA Division I women lacrosse players. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 10, 334-340.

Withers, R.T. (1978).Physiological responses of international female lacrosse

players to pre-season conditioning. Medicine and Science in Sports. 10, 238-242.