Handbook of Sports Medicine and Science. Alpine Skiing. Olympic Handbook Of Sports Medicine

  • ID: 2223508
  • Book
  • 140 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book is the second volume in the series of Olympic
Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science which runs in parallel with the
Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine. This is a practical manual which focuses on Alpine Ski–ing and brings basic scientific information and practical considerations to those who are.
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Section 1: Introduction.

Basic characteristics of alpine skiing.

Clothing.

Equipment.

Section 2: Biological Foundations.

Functional anatomy.

Physiology.

Nutrition.

Training.

Section 3: Injuries.

Head.

Eyes.

Neck; Spine, thorax, abdomen and pelvis.

Upper extremities.

Hip.

Femur.

Knee.

Leg.

Ankle and foot.

Section 4: Non Traumatic Health Issues.

Altitude.

Cold.

Sun.

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Daniel Fritschy
J. Richard Steadman
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