Since 1971, I�ve trained and coached athletes in a variety of sports with abilities ranging from beginner to professional. Some became national- and world-class competitors; others achieved less impressive, but no less important, personal goals.
Full-Body Flexibility 2nd Edition eBook
These stretching techniques and terms will provide you with a clear understanding of the approach to stretching.
Heart Rate Training eBook
You can use heart rate data to indicate too much training in the early stages, what we refer to as acute overtraining, or overreaching.
Careers in Sport, Fitness, and Exercise
The very best programs provide a solid grounding in the broad field of kinesiology, including exercise physiology; biomechanics; motor development, control and learning; sport psychology; and sociocultural analysis of sport and physical activity.
Man's Guide to Muscle and Strength eBook, A
For the first week complete one fewer set than specified (do two sets instead of three for each exercise).
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II
Our ability to tire out our muscles, joints, nervous system, and endocrine system is limitless.
Triathlon Anatomy eBook
There is a lot of science behind optimal training plan development for triathletes. As multisport participation becomes more popular, the research literature on best practices and training methodologies expands at a staggering rate. Although the science of effective training is certainly important, so is the art of developing a training plan.
Power Eating-4th Edition
To achieve superb shape and maximum performance, forgo the usual approach of three meals a day.
Advanced Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription 7th Edition With Online Video
The ACSM�s 2008 "Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans" suggests balance training at least 3 days a week for inactive and active older adults (\gte\65 yr). In a position statement on exercise for older adults (Chodzko-Zajko et al. 2009), the ACSM also recommended that older adults engage in balance activities at least two times week.
EuropeActive's Foundations for Exercise Professionals
The skeletal muscles can be divided into three groups (figure 2.5): 1. Muscles governing movement of the upper extremities. 2. Muscles governing moment of the trunk and spine (including breathing musculature). 3. Muscles governing movement of the lower extremities.