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Essentials of exercise physiology / William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch.

By: McArdle, William D.
Contributor(s): Katch, Frank I | Katch, Victor L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: QT255 .M26 2016Publication: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, c2016Edition: 5th ed.Description: xx, 702 p. : ill. (chiefly col.).ISBN: 9781496309099; 149630909X.Subject(s): Exercise -- Physiology | Physical fitness -- Physiology | Sports medicine
Contents:
Origins of exercise physiology : foundations for the field of study -- Macronutrients and micronutrients -- Food energy and optimum nutrition for exercise -- Nutritional and pharmacologic aids to performance -- Fundamentals of human energy transfer -- Human energy transfer during exercise -- Measuring and evaluating human energy-generating capacities during exercise -- Energy expenditure during rest and physical activity -- The pulmonary system and exercise -- The cardiovascular system and exercise -- The neuromuscular system and exercise -- Hormones, exercise, and training -- Training the anaerobic and aerobic energy systems -- Training muscles to become stronger -- Factors affecting physiologic function : the environment and special aids to performance -- Body composition, obesity, and weight control -- Physical activity, exercise, successful aging, and disease prevention -- Clinical aspects of exercise physiology.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Origins of exercise physiology : foundations for the field of study -- Macronutrients and micronutrients -- Food energy and optimum nutrition for exercise -- Nutritional and pharmacologic aids to performance -- Fundamentals of human energy transfer -- Human energy transfer during exercise -- Measuring and evaluating human energy-generating capacities during exercise -- Energy expenditure during rest and physical activity -- The pulmonary system and exercise -- The cardiovascular system and exercise -- The neuromuscular system and exercise -- Hormones, exercise, and training -- Training the anaerobic and aerobic energy systems -- Training muscles to become stronger -- Factors affecting physiologic function : the environment and special aids to performance -- Body composition, obesity, and weight control -- Physical activity, exercise, successful aging, and disease prevention -- Clinical aspects of exercise physiology.

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