Physiology of Sport and Exercise
An introduction to sport and exercise physiology for students, this book reviews the major body systems, and examines the body's acute responses to exercise and its chronic response to training. Students are taught how the environment affects these responses, and the text examines various approaches used to optimize performance. It highlights special concerns for special populations involved in physical activity, and examines the importance of physical activity to health.
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The Structure and Function of Skeletal Muscle
Skeletal Muscle and Exercise
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