Medicine and Science in Aquatic Sports
Mitsumasa Miyashita, Yoshiteru Mutoh, Allen B. Richardson
Karger, 1994 - Medical - 235 pages
Major topics areas include the physiology and biomechanics of swimming, medical aspects of aquatic sports, coaching, doping control, and sport-related injuries.
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