Exercise for Special Populations
Focusing on the specific needs of people with a certain disease, condition, or stage of life, this book discusses the special fitness and nutritional needs of various populations. Not only are overall health, fitness, and exercise recommendations discussed, but anatomy and physiology is covered to promote understanding of changes that occur among body systems as diseases or conditions develop. This text focuses on building appropriate exercise programs, physiological changes associated with various conditions, important precautions during exercise, outcome expectations, and basic nutritional considerations for various populations who frequently seek the services of a health and fitness professional. This book will serve as a comprehensive course text for students enrolled in personal training programs and students pursuing health/fitness professional degrees.
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EXERCISE AND NUTRITION FOR DISEASE AND ILLNESS
EXERCISE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
CHAPTER8 EXERCISE FOR THOSE WITH DISORDERS OFTHE SKELETAL SYSTEM
EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES
EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE RECOVERING FROM CANCER
EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE WITH ASTHMA
EXERCISE FOR PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
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