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Volume 35, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0921-5077
  • E-ISSN: 1875-7235

Abstract

Samenvatting

Net als werknemers worden topsporters blootgesteld aan verschillende taakeisen. Om met deze taakeisen om te gaan, kunnen topsporters enerzijds sport-gerelateerde hulpbronnen gebruiken en anderzijds hun sportgerelateerde inspanningen compenseren met adequaat herstel na hun sportinspanning. In dit overzichtsartikel bespreken we de rol van zowel sport-gerelateerde taakeisen en hulpbronnen alsook herstel van sport als determinanten van welbevinden in topsport. Hierbij is gekeken naar zowel fysieke als cognitieve en emotionele dimensies van taakeisen, hulpbronnen, herstel en welbevinden. Vier deelonderzoeken uit een proefschrift (een psychometrische studie, een cross-sectionele studie en twee dagboekstudies) worden besproken die tezamen laten zien dat het niet alleen in de werkcontext, maar ook in de topsport nuttig en noodzakelijk is om een onderscheid te maken tussen de fysieke, cognitieve en emotionele aard van taakeisen, hulpbronnen en herstel. Door de sterke overeenkomsten tussen de sport- en werkcontext hebben theorieën en modellen vanuit de A&O-psychologie de potentie om topsporters te helpen in hun zoektocht naar gezonde en optimale sportprestaties.

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