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PA~RT 1":.f ~ BASIC SCIENE_CE OF SOFT" $TISSUblES, 1 __ pter1 B ence of Ligaments and Tendons Related to Rehabilitation, 1 L-Y Woo, Daniel K. Moon, and Ozgur Dede S SC E PHYSIOLOGY: THE FOUNDATION FOR EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION, '5 ter 2:ridin g Muscle Contraction 5 en ise Smith and Sharon Ann Plowman S A bic Metabolism during Exercise, 39 Sharon Ann Plowman and Denise Louise Smith : ro Metabolism durg Eercise, 65 SPetterson, Christopher Kuchta, and Lynn SnyderM ackler PRT 3: USCE FATIGUE, MUSCLE DAMAGE, AND OVERTRAINNGCI O, 87 5: le tigue, 87 H~arvey W Wallmann Chapr 6: nury ad Muse Damage, 97 Rbet A Donatefli Ctea7: Effects of Overtraining and Detraining, 105 Shn Ann Plowmannd Denise Louise Smith R: P HYS LOGY OF OVERUSE I Y I THE ATHETE 1 apPaphy ogy of njury to the Overhead4hrowing Athlete, 123 . Zazzali, Robert A. Donatelli, and Vijay B. Vad Cher 9:y and Pathophysiogy of the CORE, 135 Robert ADonateli ap 10: the to the FlorAnterreationships, 145 Ret Dppen Chapter 11: Evaluation of Glenohumeral, Acronoicular, and Scapulothracic Joints in the Overhead-Throwing Athlete, 175 odd S. El/ enbecker Chpte"r 12I : alatlon of the Trunk and Hip CORE. 193 Robert A. Donate/li and Kenji Carp RT 6: PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF EXERCISE SPECIFIC T P , 223 Chater Strngth Training Concepts in the Athlete 223 Robert A. Donate/li and Donn Dimond Cer? 14: lyometrics in Rehabilitation, 233 apm Nur uscular Tra ning, 247 Wendy J Hrd nd Lynn Snyder-Ma cker Chap r 6: M ual Therapy in Sports Rehabiitation, 259 yal Lederman AT 7 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ATHLETE, 279 Cha 17 rition for the Athlete 279 Jaclyn Maurer