Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention helps students understand the epidemiology behind the assertion that physical activity is associated with better health and quality of life. This text addresses the principles governing physical activity, the methods for measuring exertion, the cardiovascular and metabolic responses to physical activity, and cardiovascular disease and risk factors.
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This book contains everything I (and possibly you) ever wanted to know about exercise and heart disease. It gives, what was for me, a good introduction dietary concepts and to the cardiovascular ... Read full review
The fact that this book doesn't have any reviews is beyond me.... It includes a fabulous synopsis of the history of physical fitness, going back 10,000 years .... interesting to read, well written.... I highly recommend it!
Connie Carson, Ph.D.,
Part II Muscular and Cardiovascular Systems and ExerciseRelated Adaptations
Part III Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Physical Activity