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Athlete Development

The following is a short listing that provides examples of work performed in the area of athlete development.

Consulting:

  • Canadian Women’s National Soccer Team.  Performance Enhancement Team member, 2006-2008.

Research:

Norwood, J., G.S. Anderson, M. Gaetz, and P. Twist. Electromyographic activity of trunk stabilizers during stable and unstable bench press. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 21(2): 343-347, 2007.

Anderson, G.S. and R. Ward. An anthropometric method for the classification of youth for competition and sport. European Journal of Sport Science. 2(3): 1-13, 2002.

Anderson, G.S. Validation of the 1600m run and Multistage 20m shuttle run as predictive tests of aerobic capacity in children. Pediatric Exercise Science. 4(4): 312-318, 1992.

Anderson, G.S. A comparison of predictive tests of aerobic capacity. Canadian Journal of Sport Science. 17(4): 304-308, 1992.

Anderson, G.S. and E.C. Rhodes. The relationship between blood lactate and excess CO2 in elite cyclist. Journal of Sport Science. 9: 173 – 181, 1991.

Anderson, G.S. Iliotibial band friction syndrome. Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 23(3): 81 – 83, 1991.

Anderson, G.S., and E.C. Rhodes. A review of blood lactate and ventilatory methods of detecting transition thresholds. Sports Medicine. 8(1): 43 ‑ 55, 1989.

Practitioner

Hutton, J., G. Anderson and A. Clark. Competency in Sport Conditioning. CanFitPro. March/April: 36-38, 2007.

Twist, P. and G.S. Anderson. Give kids the right start. Fitness Business Canada. 7(2): 44-45, 2006.

Anderson, G.S. Certification confusion: Future considerations. Fitness Business Canada. 7(1): 68-70, 2006.

Anderson, G.S., P. Twist and A. Clark. Understanding the basics behind training on unstable surfaces. CanFitPro. September/October: 36-38, 2005.

Twist, P and G.S. Anderson. Youth trainability: Part 2. IDEA Fitness Journal, 2(10): 52-60, 2005.

Anderson, G.S. Certification confusion: Present practice. Fitness Business Canada. 6(5): 89-90, 2005.

Anderson, G.S. and P. Twist. Youth trainability. IDEA Fitness Journal, 2(3): 56-65, 2005

Anderson, G.S. Youth Hockey: Sports injuries. Journal of Hockey Conditioning and Player Development. 4(2): 2-4, 1999.

Anderson, G.S. Coaching children: Youth strength training. BC Coach’s Perspective. 3(2): 8 – 10, 1999.

Anderson, G.S. Youth Hockey: Growth and maturation considerations. Journal of Hockey Conditioning and Player Development. 4(1): 5-7, 1999.

Anderson, G.S. and T. Bernhardt. Coaching children: Youth sport injuries. BC Coach’s Perspective. 3(1): 15 – 16, 1999.

Anderson, G.S. and T. Bernhardt. Coaching children: Growth and maturation considerations. BC Coach’s Perspective. 2(4): 14 – 15, 1998.

Abstracts:

Anderson, G.S. (2006).  The use of unstable surfaces for training and rehabilitation. The Rehabilitation of Winter and Mountain Sports Injuries, G.S. Rosi and F. Tencone (Eds). Calzetti & Mariucci Editori, Torgiano, Italy. P 272 (Abstract).

Geldrich, D., M. Gaetz, and G.S. Anderson (2004). Effects of varying stability and visual input during squat performance. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology. 29(Suppl):S50. (Abstract)

Elliott, B., M. Gaetz, and G.S. Anderson (2004). EMG activity of trunk stabilizers during stable and unstable exercise. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology. 29(Suppl):S43. (Abstract)

Holtzmann, M., M. Gaetz, and G.S. Anderson (2004). EMG activity of trunk stabilizers during stable and unstable push-ups. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology. 29(Suppl):S55. (Abstract)

Gaetz, M., J. Norwood and G.S. Anderson (2004). EMG activity of trunk stabilizers during stable/unstable bench press. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology. 29(Suppl):S48. (Abstract)

Anderson, G.S., S. Officer, and C. Simpson (1991). Daily physical activity, cardio-respiratory fitness, and ponderosity in children. International Conference on Physical Activity, Fitness & Health. Abstract.

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