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Rushall, Brent S
Physical education and training.; Psychology; Physical fitness.
  • Sectiion I. Fitness and training. Chapter 1: The place of fitness in sport
  • Chapter 2: The physiological capacities of the body. Section II: Principles of training. Chapter 3: Generalized responses to training
  • Chapter 4: The principle of overload
  • Chapter 5: The principle of recovery
  • Chapter 6: The principle of specificity
  • Chapter 7: The principle of individuality
  • Chapter 8: The abuse of training principles. Sectiion III: Training modifiers. Chapter 9: Biophysical factors affecting training
  • Chapter 10: Social and psychological factors affecting training. Section IV: Analysis of training requirements. Chapter 11: Analyzing physiological requirements of different sports
  • Chapter 12: Measuring physiological attributed of athletes. Section V: Methods and effects of training. Chapter 13: Endurance training
  • Chapter 14: Strength training
  • Chapter 15: Power and speed training
  • Chapter 16: Flexibility training
  • Chapter 17: Team-sport training. Section VI: Training plans. Chapter 18: Planning training sessions, microcycles and macrocycles
  • Chapter 19: Planning a training year
  • Chapter 20: Planning a sporting career
  • Chapter 21. Coaching implications.
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