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Contents Contributors Contributors to Previous Editions Preface Acknowledgments Credits Section 1 Concepts and Applications of the Exercise Sciences Chapter 1 Structure and Function of the Muscular, Neuromuscular, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory Systems Gary R. Hunter, PhD, and Robert T. Harris, PhD Muscular System Neuromuscular System Cardiovascular System Respiratory System Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 2 Bioenergetics of Exercise and Training Joel T. Cramer, PhD Essential Terminology Biological Energy Systems Substrate Depletion and Repletion Bioenergetic Limiting Factors in Exercise Performance Oxygen Uptake and the Aerobic and Anaerobic Contributions to Exercise Metabolic Specificity of Training Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 3 Endocrine Responses to Resistance Exercise William J. Kraemer, PhD, Jakob L. Vingren, PhD, and Barry A. Spiering, PhD Synthesis, Storage, and Secretion of Hormones Muscle as the Target for Hormone Interactions Role of Receptors in Mediating Hormonal Changes Steroid Hormones Versus Polypeptide Hormones Heavy Resistance Exercise and Hormonal Increases Mechanisms of Hormonal Interactions Hormonal Changes in Peripheral Blood Adaptations in the Endocrine System Primary Anabolic Hormones Adrenal Hormones Other Hormonal Considerations Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 4 Biomechanics of Resistance Exercise Everett Harman, PhD Musculoskeletal System Human Strength and Power Sources of Resistance to Muscle Contraction Joint Biomechanics: Concerns in Resistance Training Movement Analysis and Exercise Prescription Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 5 Adaptations to Anaerobic Training Programs Nicholas A. Ratamess, PhD Neural Adaptations Muscular Adaptations Connective Tissue Adaptations Endocrine Responses and Adaptations to Anaerobic Training Cardiovascular and Respiratory Responses to Acute Exercise Compatibility of Aerobic and Anaerobic Modes of Training Overtraining Detraining Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 6 Adaptations to Aerobic Endurance Training Programs Ann Swank, PhD Acute Responses to Aerobic Exercise Chronic Adaptations to Aerobic Exercise Designing Aerobic Programs for Optimizing Adaptations External Influences on Cardiorespiratory Response Individual Factors Influencing Adaptations to Aerobic Endurance Training Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 7 Age- and Sex-Related Differences and Their Implications for Resistance Exercise Avery D. Faigenbaum, EdD Children Female Athletes Older Adults Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 8 Psychology of Athletic Preparation and Performance Bradley D. Hatfield, PhD, and Evan B. Brody, PhD Definition of Key Concepts in Sport Psychology How the Mind Affects the Athlete?s Physical Performance Ideal Performance State Motivational Phenomena Influence of Arousal on Performance Mental Management of Physical Resources: Controlling Psychological Processes Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 9 Performance-Enhancing Substances Jay R. Hoffman, PhD, and Jeffrey R. Stout, PhD Types of Performance-Enhancing Substances Hormones Dietary Supplements Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 10 Nutritional Factors in Health and Performance Kristin Reimers, PhD Role of the Nutritionist How to Evaluate the Adequacy of the Diet Macronutrients Micronutrients Fluid and Electrolytes Precompetition and Postexercise Nutrition Weight and Body Composition Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa Obesity Conclusion Learning Aids Section 2 Testing and Evaluation Chapter 11 Principles of Test Selection and Administration Everett Harman, PhD Reasons for Testing Testing Terminology Evaluation of Test Quality Test Selection Test Administration Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 12 Administration, Scoring, and Interpretation of Selected Tests Everett Harman, PhD, and John Garhammer, PhD Measuring Parameters of Athletic Performance Selected Test Protocols and Scoring Data Statistical Evaluation of Test Data Conclusion Learning Aids Section 3 Exercise Techniques Chapter 13 Warm-Up and Stretching Ian Jeffreys, PhD Warm-Up Flexibility Types of Stretching Conclusion Static Stretching Techniques Dynamic Stretching Techniques Learning Aids Chapter 14 Resistance Training and Spotting Techniques Roger W. Earle, MA, and Thomas R. Baechle, EdD Exercise Technique Fundamentals Spotting Free Weight Exercises Resistance Training Exercises Learning Aids Section 4 Program Design Part I Anaerobic Exercise Prescription Chapter 15 Resistance Training Thomas R. Baechle, EdD, Roger W. Earle, MA, and Dan Wathen, MS Step 1: Needs Analysis Step 2: Exercise Selection Step 3: Training Frequency Step 4: Exercise Order Step 5: Training Load and Repetitions Step 6: Volume Step 7: Rest Periods Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 16 Plyometric Training David H. Potach, MPT, and Donald A. Chu, PhD Plyometric Mechanics and Physiology Plyometric Program Design Age Considerations Plyometrics and Other Forms of Exercise Safety Considerations Conclusion Plyometric Drills Learning Aids Chapter 17 Speed, Agility, and Speed-Endurance Development Steven S. Plisk, MS Movement Mechanics Running Speed Agility Methods of Developing Speed and Agility Program Design Conclusion Learning Aids Part II Aerobic Exercise Prescription Chapter 18 Aerobic Endurance Exercise Training Benjamin H. Reuter, PhD, and Patrick Hagerman, PhD Factors Related to Aerobic Endurance Performance Designing an Aerobic Endurance Program Types of Aerobic Endurance Training Programs Application of Program Design to Training Seasons Special Issues Related to Aerobic Endurance Training Conclusion Learning Aids Part III Applying Exercise Prescription Principles Chapter 19 Periodization Dan Wathen, MS, Thomas R. Baechle, EdD, and Roger W. Earle, MA Responses to Training Stress Periodization Cycles Periodization Periods Applying Sport Seasons to the Periodization Periods Undulating (Nonlinear) Versus Linear Periodization Models Example of a Macrocycle Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 20 Rehabilitation and Reconditioning David H. Potach, MPT, and Terry L. Grindstaff, DPT Sports Medicine Team Types of Injury Tissue Healing Rehabilitation and Reconditioning Strategies Conclusion Learning Aids Section 5 Organization and Administration Chapter 21 Facility Organization and Risk Management Michael Greenwood, PhD, and Lori Greenwood, PhD General Aspects of New Facility Design Existing Strength and Conditioning Facilities Assessing Athletic Program Needs Designing the Strength and Conditioning Facility Arranging Equipment in the Strength and Conditioning Facility Maintaining and Cleaning Surfaces Maintaining and Cleaning Equipment Maintenance Equipment and Cleaning Supplies Scheduling the Strength and Conditioning Facility Litigation Issues Conclusion Learning Aids Chapter 22 Developing a Policies and Procedures Manual Boyd Epley, MEd, and John Taylor, MS Mission Statement and Program Goals Program Objectives Job Titles, Descriptions, and Duties of the Strength and Conditioning Staff Staff Policies and Activities Facility Administration Conclusion Learning Aids Answers to Study Questions References Units of Measure Index About the Editors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Physical education and training.
Physical fitness -- Physiological aspects.
Physical Education and Training -- methods.
Athletic Performance -- physiology.
Exercise -- physiology.
Physical Fitness -- physiology.