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Panagiotis Veligekas

Scientific discipline
Coaching (Track and Field Jumps)

Teaching
-Didactics and Theory of Training in Track and Field Jumping Events
-Theory of Athletic Training
-Kinesiological Analysis in Track and Field Jumping Events
-Advanced Training in Track and Field Jumping Events

Research interests
-Training for improving strength, speed and muscle power
-Sports Psychology

Degrees
-First degree in P.E., Gymnastics Academy of Athens, 1976
-B.Sc. in P.E. and Sports Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 1988
-Ph.D. in Psychology of Sport, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 1999

Indicative Publications

  1. Bogdanis, G. C., Tsoukos, A., Veligekas, P., Tsolakis, C., & Terzis, G. (2014). Effects of muscle action type with equal impulse of conditioning activity on postactivation potentiation. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association, 28(9), 2521–8.
  2. Bogdanis, G. C., Veligekas, P., Selima, E., Christofi, E., & Pafili, Z. (2013). Elite high jumpers exhibit inadequate nutrient intakes. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 13(3), 330–337.
  3. Veligekas, P., & Bogdanis, G. C. (2013). Bilateral deficit in vertical jumping in pre-pubertal boys and girls. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 13(1), 120–126.
  4. Veligekas P., Tsoukos A., Bogdanis G.C. (2013). Determinants of standing long jump performance in 9-12 year old children. Serbian Journal of Sports Sciences, 6(4): 147-155
  5. Mylonas, K., Veligekas, P., Gari, A., & Kontaxopoulou, D. (2012). Development and psychometric properties of the scale for self-consciousness assessment. Psychological Reports, 111(1), 233–52.
  6. Veligekas, P., Mylonas, K., & Zervas, Y. (2007). Goal orientation and beliefs about the causes of success among Greek track and field athletes. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 105(3 Pt 1), 927–38.
  7. Veligekas, P., & Theodorou, A. S. (2006). Assessing energy expenditure and exercise intensity in horizontal jumps by heart rate monitoring. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 51(1), 21–45.