Keep on Running: The Science of Training and Performance
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 443 pages
Covers running principles, muscles and movement, the female runner, food for fitness, psychological self-assessment and training advice on injuries and running.
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Muscles and Movement
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adipose tissue aerobic amino acids amount anabolic steroids anaerobic metabolism anaerobic threshold athlete body bone brain capillary carbohydrate carbon cause cells chemical coach competition concentration contraction cooked cycle Daily warm-up MONDAY damage decrease diet dietary drugs effect elite enzymes fatigue fatty acids female Figure fuel glycogen glycogen stores glycolysis h after session haematocrit haemoglobin heart heat hormone important increase injury intake intervals jogging km 1 mile lactic acid liver marathon runner margarine min/km min/mile molecules muscle fibres muscle glycogen myofibrils normal occur Olympic Games overtraining oxidation oxygen pace peak training performance phosphocreatine power output problem produce protein race recovery relaxation released rest SESSION 1 daily slow run speed sprinter steady run 3.45 steroids stimulation stretching exercises striding sugar tendons THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY vitamins Vo2 max warm-down warm-up MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY weight weight-training women