Sports Science Handbook I Z

Author: Simon P. R. Jenkins
Editor: multi-science publishing
ISBN: 9780906522370
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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.

Handbook Of Sports Medicine And Science

Author: Yves C. Vanlandewijck
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444348280
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This brand new Handbook addresses Paralympic sports and athletes, providing practical information on the medical issues, biological factors in the performance of the sports and physical conditioning. The book begins with a comprehensive introduction of the Paralympic athlete, followed by discipline-specific reviews from leading authorities in disability sport science, each covering the biomechanics, physiology, medicine, philosophy, sociology and psychology of the discipline. The Paralympic Athlete also addresses recent assessment and training tools to enhance the performance of athletes, particularly useful for trainers and coaches, and examples of best practice on athletes' scientific counseling are also presented. This new title sits in a series of specialist reference volumes, ideal for the use of professionals working directly with competitive athletes.

Handbook Of Sports Medicine And Science Cross Country Skiing

Author: Heikki Rusko
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470693061
Size: 10,19 MB
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The Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science present basic clinical and scientific information in a clear style and format as related to specific sports events drawn from the Olympic Summer and Winter Games. Each handbook is written by a small team of authorities co-ordinated by an editor who is internationally respected and recognised in the particular sport activity. Each volume presents up-to-date information on the basic biology of the sport, conditioning techniques, nutrition, and the medical aspects of injury prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. This Handbook will constitute the most complete and authoritative source of information in existence as regards the scientific and clinical aspects of cross country skiing: physiology, nutrition, biomechanics, injury prevention, treatment and care of medical problems, and conditioning for competition.

A Global History Of Doping In Sport

Author: John Gleaves
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317555260
Size: 17,68 MB
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From turn-of-the-century horseracing to the monolithic anti-doping attitudes now supported by sporting organizations, the development of anti-doping ideology has spread throughout modern sport. Yet heretofore few historians have explored the many ways that international sport has responded to doping. This book seeks to fill that gap by examining different aspects of sport’s global efforts to respond to athletes doping. By incorporating cultural, political, and feminist histories that examine international responses to doping, this special issue aims to better articulate the narrative of doping. The work starts with the first mention of doping in any sport. It examines not only the first efforts to ban doping but also the athletes who sought performance enhancers. Focusing on specific framing events, authors in this issue examine how history of doping and how it has indelibly marked the sporting landscape. The result is a work with both breadth and focus. From stories of Japanese swimmers to Italian runners to American jockeys, the work spans the range of doping history. At the same time, the authors remain focused around one single issue: the history of doping in sport. This bookw as published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.

Application Of Infrared Thermography In Sports Science

Author: Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319474103
Size: 12,16 MB
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This book addresses the application of infrared thermography in sports, examining the main benefits of this non-invasive, non-radiating and low-cost technique. Aspects covered include the detection of injuries in sports medicine, the assessment of sports performance due to the existing link between physical fitness and thermoregulation and the analysis of heat transfer for sports garments and sports equipment. Although infrared thermography is broadly considered to be a fast and easy-to-use tool, the ability to deliver accurate and repeatable measurements is an important consideration. Furthermore, it is important to be familiar with the latest sports studies published on this technique to understand its potential and limitations. Accordingly, this book establishes a vital link between laboratory tests and the sports field.

Handbook Of Social Science Of Sport

Author: Günther Lüschen
Editor: Stipes Pub Llc
ISBN:
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Student Handbook Study Guide Social Studies Mathematics And Science Sports And Entertainment Geography For Fun Projects Math For Fun Projects Nature For Fun Projects Science For Fun Projects

Author: Southwestern Company
Editor:
ISBN: 9780871975058
Size: 14,89 MB
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A Reference Handbook Of The Medical Sciences Embracing The Entire Range Of Scientific And Allied Sciences

Author: Albert Henry Buck
Editor:
ISBN:
Size: 14,96 MB
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Handbook Of Musculoskeletal Pain And Disability Disorders In The Workplace

Author: Robert J. Gatchel
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1493906127
Size: 10,73 MB
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This book addresses the complexity of preventing, diagnosing, and treating musculoskeletal pain and disability disorders in the workplace. Divided evenly between common occupational pain disorders, conceptual and methodological issues, and evidence-based intervention methods, this comprehensive reference presents current findings on prevalence, causation, and physical and psychological aspects common to these disorders. Attention is given to working-world concerns, including insurance and compensation issues and AMA guidelines for disability evaluations. Also, specialized chapters offer lenses for understanding and administering the best approaches for treating specific pain disorders, and explore what workplaces can do to accommodate affected employees and prevent injuries from occurring in the first place.