Basic and Applied Sciences for Sports Medicine
Ron J. Maughan
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999 - Medical - 346 pages
Basic and applied sciences for sports medicine encompasses the various disciplines of sports science including biochemistry and biomechanics. It will be useful to medical practitioners, sports scientists, students and sports coaches.
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Psychological factors in sport performance
Training for endurance and for strength and speed power
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