Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VII

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 16, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 424 pages
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Following on from the successful Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming VI proceedings which covered the conference held in Liverpool, this book contains all twelve of the keynote addresses and selected, edited and revised papers presented at the Swimming Science VII conference in Atlanta. Leading international experts have contributed state-of-the-art research on the subject.
 

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Contents

Preface
Foreword The historical perspective of swimming
Thecontinuum of applied swimming science
Critical aspects ofbiomechanics
Some aspects of butterfly technique of
Rotational balance about the centerofmass in the breaststroke
Breaststroke technique variationsamong
EMGof therotators
Metabolic demands for swimming
Determination and validity of critical
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Energy metabolism during sprint swimming
Determinants
and backstroke swimming
A device for quantitative measurement

Comparison of shoulder injury in collegiate
Relative displacements of the wrist elbow
Energy expenditure duringhigh volume swimming training bythedoubly labeled
Effects of pool length on biomechanical
performance
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