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According to Williams and Andersen’s (1998) model (see the picture post) there are different psychosocial factors that could increase the injury risk. These risk factors are divided into three main categories, personality, history of stressors and coping resources (Williams & Andersen, 1998).
Reference: Ivarsson, A. (2008). Psychological Predictors of Sport Injuries among Soccer Players. (Master – essay in sport psychology, 91 – 120p). School of Social and Health Sciences. University of Halmstad.
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New features for Omegawave Coach/Coach+ are now available!
We updated our “Detailed” view on the first screen, so you can see Readiness scores of measured and not measured athletes within the last 7 days at first glance. Create individual tags for your athletes with our updated “Tag” feature and arrange them, for example, according to playing position or training group.
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Duncan French, Vice President of Performance at the UFC, explains how Omegawave makes it possible to optimize training performance for MMA fighters from different parts of the world:
”Omegawave is one example where we can give a fighter, who visits the UFC here in Las Vegas, a piece of technology, they can take that back to wherever they may be, in Brazil or Australia, and utilize that piece of technology, all data goes off to the cloud and we have very transparent conversations around the data even though on the other side of the world”.
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The stress - coping model (see the picture post) establish that a potentially stressful situation has a positive relationship leading to an increased level of state anxiety and/or peripheral narrowing. These factors also have a positive relationship with sport injuries. The model also stresses the fact that negative life stress has positive relationships with both sport injuries and peripheral narrowing. One negative relationship that can be observed from the model is the relationship between coping resources and sport injuries. In other words, athletes with a high number of coping resources are exposed to a decreased injury risk in comparison to athletes with few coping resources (Rogers & Landers, 2005).

Reference: Ivarsson, A. (2008). Psychological Predictors of Sport Injuries among Soccer Players. (Master – essay in sport psychology, 91 – 120p). School of Social and Health Sciences. University of Halmstad.

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Excessive stress (training- and non-training related) not only increases the risk of injury but also the development of acute illness (Walsh et al., 2011b; Gleeson and Pyne, 2016) as well as the risk of overtraining or burnout (Kellmann et al., 2018).
The ideal amount of stress should progress the athlete from the area of homeostasis on the continuum into the area of acute fatigue or over-reaching. However, when adequate recovery is provided, the process is reversed, resulting in adaptation and restoration of homeostasis at a higher level of fitness. Too much stress or inadequate recovery will prohibit adaptation, leading the athlete into the unhealthy and potentially harmful end of the continuum. Monitoring of training- and non-training related stress can therefore enhance the understanding of the training and stress response and help prevent the risk of maladaptation to training which may result in illness or injury (Foster, 1998; Halson, 2014).
Reference: Hamlin, M. J., Wilkes, D., Elliot, C. A., Lizamore, C. A., & Kathiravel, Y. (2019). Monitoring Training Loads and Perceived Stress in Young Elite University Athletes. Frontiers in physiology, 10, 34. doi:10.3389/fphys.2019.00034
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A key component in managing the training process is to monitor the effect of prescribed doses of stress in the cardiac system over time. The level of stress in the cardiac system determines its Readiness for upcoming training loads. A state of excessive stress (fatigue) can be caused by prolonged and improper management of training loads.

Contact us if you are interested in stress management with Omegawave: support@omegawave.com

Reference: Fomin, R. N., Nasedkin, V. V. Windows of Trainability™: the Professional Coach’s Handbook” (2014)
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Coaches and athletes need to be educated about the importance of optimal recovery and its potential impact on performance. Kallus and Kellmann (2000) have established a list of general recovery features (see the post).
The avoidance of overtraining and the achievement of optimal performance can only be realized when athletes are able to recover and optimally balance
training stress and subsequent recovery.

A long-term imbalance of stress (including training, competition and non-training stress factors) and recovery can lead to a state of overtraining. Therefore, it is recommended that stress and recovery be continuously monitored during the training process.

Reference: Kellmann, M. Preventing overtraining in athletes in high-intensity sports and stress/recovery monitoring (2010). Scand J Med Sci Sports 2010: 20 (Suppl. 2): 95–102

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Stress injury model by Williams & Andersen (1998). Reference: Ivarsson, A. (2008). Psychological Predictors of Sport Injuries among Soccer Players. (Master – essay in sport psychology, 91 – 120p). School of Social and Health Sciences. University of Halmstad.

New features for Omegawave Coach/Coach+!We updated our Detailed view, so you can see Readiness scores of measured and not measured athletes within the last 7 days.Create individual tags for your athletes with our updated Tag feature. Get your update right now on the App Store!

Duncan French, Vice President of Performance at the UFC, explains how Omegawave makes it possible to optimize training performance for MMA fighters from different parts of the world. Listen to the full podcast here: https://t.co/fNkHo3Xc5l

Athletes with a high number of coping resources are exposed to a decreased injury risk in comparison to athletes with few coping resources.
Reference: Ivarsson, A. (2008). Psychological Predictors of Sport Injuries among Soccer Players (University of Halmstad).

Excessive stress (training- and non-training related) not only increases the risk of injury but also the development of acute illness as well as the risk of overtraining or burnout. With Omegawave you can minimize risk of overtraining. Contact us today: https://t.co/qS85cfW8er

Subjective assessment is not enough for comprehensive stress assessment. Complement objective data with subjective feeling for complete picture.
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