Running Science

Author: John Brewer
Editor:
ISBN: 1782406506
Size: 15,46 MB
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Running can encompass the absolute extremes of human performance, from speed to endurance. Running Science uncovers the fundamental science that underpins this ubiquitous sport, bringing together the study of biomechanics, nutrition, psychology, health and injury prevention, and the technical development of shoes and running surfaces: it's a complete reference.

Running Science

Author: Owen Anderson
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 073607418X
Size: 18,69 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A comprehensive guide to all things running explains running physiology, biomechanics, medicine, genetics, biology, psychology, training, and racing.

Science Of Running

Author: Chris Napier
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0744022088
Size: 13,94 MB
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The human body is a machine that is designed to run--and every machine needs a manual. Explore the mechanics and physiology of every stride and reveal the new sports science that will take you from slow to pro. Science of Running goes further than any other running book to interrogate the anatomy and physiology of the runner, showing how running involves and affects every system in the body--including the effect of oxygen on the muscles. The book breaks down the runner's stride scientifically, showing what's going on under the skin at every stage of the running cycle, highlighting common injury risks based on a runner's natural gait, and showing how to correct them. Takes a head-to-toe approach to 30 key exercises for runners, annotating the muscles, ligaments, and joints involved and showing how to perfect precision in those exercises to optimize their benefits. Running is a dynamic discipline, so CGI illustrations employ a ghosting visual effect to show the movement of the body, and color-coding highlights how the muscles, ligaments, bones, and joints stretch and relax in motion. The book looks at the science behind nutrition and hydration and includes custom 360 training programs based on hard science--for morning joggers, 10K-ers, and marathon masters. Science of Running answers all your running-related questions, from what's going on in your lungs during a sprint to the science behind the legendary "runner's high." Learn how to run faster, further, and for longer--scientifically.

Handbook Of Sports Medicine And Science Running

Author: John A. Hawley
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047075687X
Size: 12,70 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This title in the acclaimed Handbook of Sports Medicine and Sports Science provides a clearly presented 'one-stop' source of information on all aspects of the sport. The nutritional and training strategies in the book are aimed at improving a runner's performance, while the section on the medical care of the runner will help prevent injuries and aid in the correct diagnosis and management of basic athletic trauma. The text contains contributions from a team of world leaders in their respective fields to provide a truly international perspective on this sporting specialty.

Keep On Running

Author: E. A. Newsholme
Editor: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN: 9780471943136
Size: 12,72 MB
Format: PDF
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The realms of biochemistry, nutrition, physiology and psychology are made accessible to the athlete in a text which has been written for anyone wishing information on the scientific basis of athletic training and performance. The authors have produced an up-to-date and readily comprehensible work that should appeal to athletes at any stage of their careers, as well as coaches and physicians. It is also intended to help students of sports science, in particular those who do not have a strong background in science. Features include high carbohydrate recipe suggestions for athletes, practical training schedules and a comprehensive bibliography.

The Heart Of Running

Author: Kevin Everett
Editor: Elevate Publishing
ISBN: 1943425922
Size: 10,25 MB
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Nearly every human on the planet learns to walk as a toddler and run shortly thereafter. Many go on to run recreationally or even competitively, but never learn to fully utilize their bodies’ potential. Kevin Everett provides a path to create more mindful and purposeful walking, running, and ultimately moving throughout life toward personal health empowerment. The Heart of Running takes the reader on a journey to discover the “runner’s high” or “flow state.” That sense of purpose and mindful motion gives anyone the edge needed to complete the marathon, competition, steep hill or even simple walk with a stroller in tow with better physical performance and metaphysical benefits. Once a runner, walker, athlete, parent or child learns to harness and maintain that edge, a passion is built to attain a constant and reliable form of self-satisfaction. The Heart of Running places the reader on a path to achieve the runner’s high every time.

Sports Science Handbook I Z

Author: Simon P. R. Jenkins
Editor: multi-science publishing
ISBN: 9780906522370
Size: 13,96 MB
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A valuable reference source for professionals and academics in this field, this is an encyclopedia-dictionary of the many scientific and technical terms now encountered in kinesiology and exercise science.

Run Smart

Author: John Brewer
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472939697
Size: 14,41 MB
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Renowned marathon expert and leading sports scientist Professor John Brewer reveals why many of the concepts surrounding marathon training and running are wrong ­- and suggests how the latest sports science research transforms the way marathons should be approached. Run Smart uses the latest scientific research to show how preparing for, and running, marathons can be made easier, and in doing so challenges many of the myths that surround marathon running. The book will draw on the author's experience as one of the UK's leading sports scientists, his extensive research background in marathon running, and his experience as a marathon runner, to provide credible advice to runners to support their preparation for a marathon. The book will challenge many current concepts, myths and ideas, and provide science-based alternatives in areas such as training and nutrition that will optimise and ease a runner's preparation for, and completion of, the 26.2 mile distance. This highly accessible book will use the latest scientific findings to support new runners training for their first marathon and help more experienced athletes improve and train smarter.

A Scientific Approach To Distance Running

Author: David L. Costill
Editor: Tafnews Press
ISBN:
Size: 14,71 MB
Format: PDF
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Uses a description of the anatomical, physiological, and psychological characteristics of the successful distance runner to extrapolate a program of training for runners

Science Politics And Morality

Author: R. von Schomberg
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401581436
Size: 12,76 MB
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Current environmental problems and technological risks are a challenge for a new institutional arrangement of the value spheres of Science, Politics and Morality. Distinguished authors from different European countries and America provide a cross-disciplinary perspective on the problems of political decision making under the conditions of scientific uncertainty. cases from biotechnology and the environmental sciences are discussed. The papers collected for this volume address the following themes: (i) controversies about risks and political decision making; (ii) concepts of science for policy; (iii) the use of social science in the policy making process; (iv) ethical problems with developments in science and technology; (v) public and state interests in the development and control of technology.