Best diet books of all time
“The Athlete’s Clock” answers some of the most compelling questions in sport and exercise science. This unique book takes a broad look at the physiological clock, offering students, researchers, coaches and athletes an approach to understanding how various aspects of time affect sport performance. Readers will find information on the mechanisms by which time influences physiological function, such as running speeds and muscle activation and how those mechanisms can be used in extending the limits of motor activity. Chapter introductions and sidebars throughout present amusing or unusual examples of sport and timing within various contexts. In addition, take-home messages at the end of each chapter summarise important findings and research that readers may apply in their own lives.
Thomas W. Rowland
More free books Exercise and Children’s Health – Thomas W. Rowland
This book effectively combines scientific literature and practical information. Paediatricians, exercise scientists, physical educators, and health care specialists will find "Exercise and Children's Health" an essential resource when prescribing exercise for children. The book contains three parts that help the reader understand the changes in physiological responses to exercise […] Human Muscular Function during Dynamic Exercise : 5th International Symposium on Exercise and Sport Biology, Nice, February 1995. – Bengt Saltin
During exercise and training, muscular function plays a central role, not only in how we perform but also in how we respond physiologically to a variety of strains. Although muscular function has been frequently investigated in animal models, it has rarely been fully examined under the conditions of human locomotion. This book brings together newly acquired information from a wide […] Developing Sport Expertise : Researchers and Coaches Put Theory into Practice, second edition – Clare Macmahon
The development of an athlete from basic performance to elite level of accomplishment is a long and complicated process. Identifying and nurturing talent, developing and fine tuning sport skills, and maintaining high levels of performance over the course of a career requires many thousands of hours of training and, increasingly, the input and support of expert coaches and sport […] Performance Analysis of Sport IX – Peter O’Donoghue
Performance analysis techniques help coaches, athletes and sport science support officers to develop a better understanding of sport performance and therefore to devise more effective methods for improving that performance. Performance Analysis of Sport IX is the latest in a series of volumes that showcase the very latest scientific research into performance analysis, helping to […] High-Performance Training for Sports – Daniel Lewindon
High Performance Training for Sports is predicted to become the most comprehensive sports training manual for dedicated strength and conditioning practitioners and athletes and coaches looking to expand their knowledge on how to develop and optimise human performance and athletic capacity. The book is filled with not only the best and most current research but more importantly, the […] Acquiring Skill in Sport: An Introduction : An Introduction – John Honeybourne
This user-friendly, accessible text will enable new students to understand the basic concepts of sport skills acquisition. Each chapter covers important theoretical background and shows how this theory can be applied through practical examples from the world of sport. The book also examines the ways in which skills can be developed most effectively and addresses issues such as: […] Pacing in Sport & Exercise : A Psychophysiological Perspective – Remco Polman
Examines the way humans pace exercise and sporting activities. This book is suitable for sport and exercise science academics, students, coaches, athletes and general exercise enthusiasts.
Author: Remco Polman
Pages: 236 pages
Size: 19.75 Mb The Performance Zone : Your Nutrition Action Plan for Greater Endurance & Sports Performance (Large Print 16pt) – John Ivy
Every athlete, coach, and parent of a young athlete knows that nutrition can enhance sports performance. But few know exactly how to make this happen. The Performance Zone solves this problem. This book synthesizes the most sound and up-to-date science to provide a nutrition action plan that enables athletes to raise their athletic performance. The authors provide simple, proven […]
Best diet books of all time