The Physiology of Training. Advances in Sport and Exercise Science series

  • ID: 3684874
  • Book
  • 260 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This book provides an in-depth explanation of coaching science using both theoretical and practical models for training, across a wide range of sporting disciplines. It uniquely encompasses the increasing number of available research and review publications, supported by practical examples. The editorial and author team include Olympic and World Championship medalists from a variety of sports, enabling them to offer a unique perspective on the presentation of coaching science.
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1. Periodisation of Exercise Training in Sport

2. Training Specificity

3. The Physiology of Taping

4. The Physiology of Endurance Training

5. The Physiology of Anaerobic Endurance Training

6. The Physiology of Sprint and Power Training

7. The Physiology of Strength Training

8. The Physiology of Training and the Environment

9. Medical Conditions and Training
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Whyte, Gregory Director of Science and Research, English Institute of Sport, Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Whyte is currently editing the ABC of Sports Medicine, 3rd Edition, BMJ Books, he publishes extensively in journals: British Journal of Sports Medicine, International Journal of Sports Medicine, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Clinical Science, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, The Journal of Sport medicine and physical fitness, Journal of Strength training and conditioning research, European Journal of Applied Physiology, Scottish Medical Journal, Social Behaviour and Personality, Biological Rhythm Research
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