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The Pathogenic World of Professional Sport

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

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...When I (Sean) sat down with Steve, he was immediately friendly and eager to share. He was here to tell me his story of how he felt compelled to abuse his body, trying to live up to the expectations of the footy-mad public, fighting...

A Case of Olympic Seduction

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

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... queried him about his new coach’s approach to injury. Sean Richardson (SR): How has he been in terms of the injury stuff compared to your other coach? J: Great. He sort of gets stuck into me as well. He calls me a pussy and all that sort...

Afterword

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

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... toward refining the risk factor list and the model itself (see more on possible future directions of research later in this chapter). Current Applications Over the last several years, Sean has been working with coaches, athletes, dancers,...

What Brings It On?

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

Ebook

1

... part of the team. That’s when I started drinking. I don’t know, just my personality being kind of obsessive-compulsive. . . . [O]nce I started to drink, I couldn’t stop. (Wrisberg & Johnson, 2002, p. 265) Substance use and abuse is common...

Introduction to Research and Terminology in Overtraining

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

Ebook

1

... variables to alterations in intensity and volume of training (Lehmann, Foster, & Keul, 1993; O’Toole, 1998; Rowbottom, Keast, & Morton, 1998; Steinacker & Lehmann, 2002), the research on OT has not clearly distinguished between markers...

Models of Overtraining

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

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... experts and athletes illustrated how coaches and parents could be key drivers of maladaptive behaviors surrounding injuries. With respect to the significance of injury and illness issues in overtraining, O’Toole (1998) has commented...

Sport Systems Can Damage

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

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... in this book. Overtraining, Abuse, and Trauma Sean Richardson (SR): I hope today we can have a discussion on the sorts of things that you have come up against in your profession working in sport, where you may have seen or experienced athletes...

The Perfect Boy

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

Ebook

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...In this final chapter of part III, Tony and Mark asked Sean to write some more about himself, to tell his story. We warned him that he might have to get relatively naked in front of the readers and reveal his frailties. Standing before...

Coaches’ and Sport Scientists’ Views on Risk Factors

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

Ebook

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... various issues. Almost all the issues reflected comments made by several experts; in some cases, most of the experts commented on a particular issue. In Sean’s project, he initially allocated around 100 pages to the presentation...

How Big Is It?

Sean O. Richardson

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Sean O. Richardson, PhD, completed his doctoral work in sport psychology at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) in 2006. His dissertation research focused on the risk factors for athletic overtraining, stress–life imbalance, and injury. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Tony Morris

Tony Morris, PhD, is a professor in the School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia). He received his doctoral degree from the University of Leeds in England in 1984. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Overtraining Athletes : Personal Journeys in Sport

Human Kinetics, 2008

Ebook

3

... for OT (Hooper, Mackinnon, Howard, Gordon, & Bachmann 1995; Morgan, Brown, Raglin, O’Connor, & Ellickson, 1987; Morgan, O’Connor, Ellickson, & Bradley, 1988; Morgan, O’Connor, Sparling, & Pate, 1987). Many of these studies, however, have...