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Exploring Exercise Science


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Exploring Exercise Science is written from a practical standpoint. It blends scientific elements such as metabolic responses to exercise or the amount of force needed to generate an overhand throw with professionalissues such as legal liability and employment opportunities. Each chapter is written by a leading expertin the field. Most books only present an overview, but Exploring Exercise Science integrates these concepts with practical information concerning types of employment possibilities and the certifications required to work in a specific area.
The distinct approach of this textbook bridges the gap between subject material and how that information is used in the workplace. Students interested in employmentin specific areas of exercise science have the opportunityto truly understand what is required in pursuit of their long-term goals.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Exploring Exercise Science Part 1: Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction to Exercise Science
Part 2: Exploring the Physiologic
Chapter 2: Exercise Physiology
Chapter 3: Nutrition for Sports and Exercise
Part 3: Exploring the Behavioral
Chapter 4: Exercise and Sport psychology
Chapter 5: Motor Learning and Motor Control
Part 4: Exploring the Biomechanical
Chapter 6: Biomechanics
Part 5: Exploring Sports Medicine
Chapter 7: Athletic Training
Part 6: Exploring Social Science
Chapter 8: Sociology of Physical Activity
Chapter 9: History of Exercise and Sport
Part 7: Exploring the Context and Future of Exercise Science
Chapter 10: Current Societal Health Trends
Chapter 11: Physical Activity Epidemiology
Chapter 12: Laws That Affect Exercise Science
Chapter 13: Ethical Considerations in Exercise Science
Chapter 14: The Future of Exercise Science: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Research and Applied Intervention Strategies

EAN: 9780073523637
ISBN: 0073523631
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2009
Seitenanzahl: 228 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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