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Essentials of strength training and conditioning

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Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, [2008].
3rd ed.
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xiv, 641 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
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Baechle, T. R., & Earle, R. W. (2008). Essentials of strength training and conditioning. 3rd ed. Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics.

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Baechle, Thomas R., 1943- and Roger W. Earle. 2008. Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics.

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Baechle, Thomas R., 1943- and Roger W. Earle, Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics, 2008.

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Baechle, Thomas R. and Roger W. Earle. Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning. 3rd ed. Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics, 2008.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 591-630) and index.
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50500|g Contributors -- Contributors to previous editions -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Credits -- Section 1 : Concepts and applications of the exercise sciences --|g ch. 1.|t Structure and function of the muscular, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems /|r Gary R. Hunter|g and|r Robert T. Harris --|g Muscular system --|g Neuromuscular system --|g Cardiovascular system --|g Respiratory system --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 2.|t Bioenergetics of exercise and training /|r Joel T. Cramer --|g Essential terminology --|g Biological energy systems --|g Substrate depletion and repletion --|g Bioenergetic limiting factors in exercise performance --|g Oxygen uptake and the aerobic and anaerobic contributions to exercise --|g Metabolic specificity of training --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 3.|t Endocrine responses to resistance exercise /|r William J. Kraemer,|r Jakob L. Vingren,|g and|r Barry A. Spiering --|g Synthesis, storage, and secretion of hormones --|g Muscle as the target for hormone interactions --|g Role of receptors in mediating hormonal changes --|g Steroid hormones versus polypeptide hormones --|g Heavy resistance exercise and hormonal increases --|g Mechanisms of hormonal interactions --|g Hormonal changes in peripheral blood --|g Adaptations in the endocrine system --|g Primary anabolic hormones --|g Adrenal hormones --|g Other hormonal considerations --|g Conclusion --|g Learning aids --
50500|g ch. 4.|t Biomechanics of resistance exercise /|r Everett Harman --|g Musculoskeletal system --|g Human strength and power --|g Sources of resistance to muscle contraction --|g Joint biomechanics : concerns in resistance training --|g Movement analysis and exercise prescription --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 5.|t Adaptations to anaerobic training programs /|r Nicholas A. Ratamess --|g Neural adaptations --|g Muscular adaptations --|g Connective tissue adaptations --|g Endocrine responses and adaptations to anaerobic training --|g Cardiovascular and respiratory responses to acute exercise --|g Compatibility of aerobic and anaerobic modes of training --|g Overtraining --|g Detraining --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 6.|t Adaptations to aerobic endurance training programs /|r Ann Swank --|g Acute responses to aerobic exercise --|g Chronic adaptations to aerobic exercise --|g Designing aerobic endurance programs for optimizing adaptations --|g External influences on the cardiorespiratory response --|g Individual factors influencing adaptations to aerobic endurance training --|g Conclusion --|g Learning aids --
50500|g ch. 7.|t Age- and sex-related differences and their implications for resistance exercise /|r Avery D. Faigenbaum --|g Children --|g Female athletes --|g Older adults --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 8.|t Psychology of athletic preparation and performance /|r Bradley D. Hatfield|g and|r Evan B. Brody --|g Definitions of key concepts in sport psychology --|g How the mind affects the athlete's physical performance --|g Ideal performance state --|g Motivational phenomena --|g Influence of arousal on performance --|g Mental management of physical resources : controlling psychological processes --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 9.|t Performance-enhancing substances /|r Jay R. Hoffman|g and|r Jeffrey R. Stout --|g Types of performance-enhancing substances --|g Hormones --|g Dietary supplements --|g Conclusion --|g ch. 10.|t Nutritional factors in health and performance /|r Kristin Reimers --|g Role of the nutritionist --|g How to evaluate the adequacy of the diet --|g Macronutrients --|g Micronutrients --|g Fluid and electrolytes --|g Precompetition and postexercise nutrition--|g Weight and body composition --|g Eating disorders : anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa --|g Obesity --|g Conclusion --|g Learning aids --
50500|g Section 2 : Testing and evaluation --|g ch. 11.|t Principles of test selection and administration /|r Everett Harman --|g Reasons for testing --|g Testing terminology --|g Evaluation of test quality --|g Test selection --|g Test administration --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 12.|t Administration, scoring, and interpretation of selected tests /|r Everett Harman|g and|r John Garhammer --|g Measuring parameters of athletic performance --|g Selected test protocols and scoring data --|g Statistical evaluation of test data --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g Section 3 : Exercise techniques --|g ch. 13.|t Warm-up and stretching /|r Ian Jeffreys --|g Warm-up --|g Flexibility --|g Types of stretching --|g Conclusion --|g Static stretching techniques --|g Dynamic stretching techniques --|g Learning aids --|g ch. 14.|t Resistance training and spotting techniques /|r Roger W. Earle|g and|r Thomas R. Baechle --|g Exercise technique fundamentals --|g Spotting free weight exercises --|g Conclusion --|g Resistance training exercises --|g Learning aids --|g Section 4 : Program design --|g pt. 1.|g Anaerobic exercise prescription --
50500|g ch. 15.|t Resistance training /|r Thomas R. Baechle,|r Roger W. Earle,|g and|r Dan Wathen --|g Step 1 : Needs analysis --|g Step 2 : Exercise selection --|g Step 3 : Training frequency --|g Step 4 : Exercise order --|g Step 5 : Training load and repetitions --|g Step 6 : Volume --|g Step 7 : Rest periods --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 16.|t Plyometric training /|r David H. Potach|g and|r Donald A. Chu --|g Plyometric mechanics and physiology --|g Plyometric program design --|g Age considerations --|g Plyometrics and other forms of exercise --|g Safety considerations --|g Conclusion --|g Plyometric drills --|g Learning aids --|g ch. 17.|t Speed, agility, and speed-endurance development /|r Steven S. Plisk --|g Movement mechanics --|g Running speed --|g Agility --|g Methods of developing speed and agility--|g Program design --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g pt. 3.|g Aerobic exercise prescription --|g ch. 18.|t Aerobic endurance exercise training /|r Benjamin H. Reuter|g and|r Patrick S. Hagerman --|g Factors related to aerobic endurance performance --|g Designing an aerobic endurance program --|g Types of aerobic endurance training programs --|g Application of program design to training seasons --|g Special issues related to aerobic endurance training --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --
50500|g pt. 3.|g Applying exercise prescription principles --|g ch. 19.|t Periodization /|r Dan Wathen,|r Thomas R. Baechle,|g and|r Roger W. Earle --|g Responses to training stress --|g Periodization cycles --|g Periodization periods --|g Applying sport seasons to the periodization periods --|g Undulating (nonlinear) versus linear periodization models --|g Example of a macrocycle --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 20|t Rehabilitation and reconditioning /|r David H. Potach|g and|r Terry L. Grindstaff --|g Sports medicine team --|g Types of injury --|g Tissue healing --|g Rehabilitation and reconditioning strategies --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g Section 5 : Organization and administration --|g ch. 21.|t Facility organization and risk management /|r Michael Greenwood|g and|r Lori Greenwood --|g General aspects of new facility design --|g Existing strength and conditioning facilities --|g Assessing athletic program needs --|g Designing the strength and conditioning facility --|g Arranging equipment in the strength and conditioning facility --|g Maintaining and cleaning surfaces --|g Maintaining and cleaning equipment --|g Scheduling the strength and conditioning facility --|g Litigation issues --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids --|g ch. 22.|t Developing a policies and procedures manual /|r Boyd Epley|g and|r John Taylor --|g Mission statement and program goals --|g Program objectives --|g Job titles, descriptions, and duties of the strength and conditioning staff --|g Staff policies and activities --|g Facility administration --|g Conclusion -- Learning aids -- Answers to study questions -- References -- Index -- About the editors.
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