Cross-training for Sports
Cross-Training for Sports is the first book to provide expert guidance on how to add new forms of training to your workouts, how much to add, and when to add them. The best strength exercises and stretches for each sport are illustrated and fully explained, taking the guesswork out of setting up a program.
Coaches and athletes will be able to develop personalized training programs to target areas for improvement, and choose from the best sports and activities to improve aerobic endurance. The authors fully explain the training principles involved in cross-training, and they provide a detailed breakdown of the aerobic and anaerobic needs for each sport.
The book's highlights include the following:
- Detailed strength, flexibility, and endurance advice for 26 sports
Veteran authors Moran and McGlynn demonstrate their expertise in exercise physiology and conditioning program design. Yet the material is presented in a highly accessible format that athletes and coaches will be able to grasp quickly and apply successfully.
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