ORGANIZING BIORHYTHM CYCLES AND THEIR IMPORTANCE TO ATHLETES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF MODERN SPORTS TRAINING

Baouche Khaled, Baizid Abdelkader, Laidani Hakim, Saidi Amine

Abstract


The ever-increasing athletic performances in speed, strength and skills used in sports performance around the world has made the athlete more stressful to achieve their own objectives. This stress and pressure on the athlete's body will certainly result in injuries. The research is meant to identify the Biorhythm, its different Cycles and how to organize and perceive their impact on athletes.

 

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biorhythm, modern sports training

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