Running. Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology in Practice

  • ID: 3684953
  • Book
  • 424 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This richly illustrated work presents innovative training concepts based on recent scientific research and extensive knowledge of the everyday practice of training. It provides running trainers, physiotherapists and physical exercise teachers with the latest insights into the training of running. The training as presented here is based on biomechanical principles. Scientific insights are translated into practical training techniques in the discussion of topics such as running technique, energy supply processes and adaptation through training.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Mechanical anatomy and basic principles of motion
2. Energy supply
3. Running technique
4. Training and adaptation
5. Teaching the running technique
6. Power training for running
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Bosch, Frans Trainer and Coach, Royal Netherlands Track and Field Association (KNAU), The Netherlands.

Klomp, Ronald
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