Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews

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John O. Holloszy
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 400 pages
Sponsored by the American College of Sports Medicine, this annual publication reviews current research concerning behavioral, biochemical, biomechanical, clinical, physiological, and rehabilitational topics in exercise science. With a prestigious editorial board, the book covers a broad range of topics, including athletic medicine, biochemistry, biomechanics, environmental physiology, epidemiology, exercise physiology, gerontology, growth and development, metabolism, molecular biology, motor control, physical fitness, psychology, and rehabilitation. The timely articles keep clinicians, educators, exercise scientists, and students informed of the newest concepts and findings.

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Contents

CARDIOVASCULAR CONSEQUENCES
37
SKELETAL MUSCLE MYOSIN II STRUCTURE
63
MOMENT ARM OF A MUSCLE FORCE I
79
THE NEUROBIOLOGY MEASUREMENT
119
INFLUENCE OF BODYWATER AND BLOOD VOLUME
167
INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY OF NITRIC OXIDE
219
RAPID SPINAL MECHANISMS OF MOTOR
255
EXERCISE TRAINING AND CELLULAR ADAPTATIONS
285
CARDIOVASCULAR ADAPTATIONS TO ENDURANCE EXERCISE
317
TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION IN RESPONSE
333
Index I
381
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