Sport and Exercise Science: An Introduction
Sport and Exercise Science: An Introduction Second Edition provides a broad-based foundation of the three major areas that underpin the scientific study of sport and exercise science, thus helping students to develop a sound understanding of human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, metabolism, biomechanics and psychology related to sport, exercise and health.
Key features include:
-illustrated throughout with full colour diagrams and photographs, helping to convey difficult concepts easily.
-extensive activities, time-out boxes, summaries and chapter objectives to encourage and reinforce understanding.
-updated throughout to help students keep pace with developments in Sports Science
Supported with a free-to-access website that offers students online activities and annotated animations that show complex physiological processes, Sport and Exercise Science: An Introduction Second Edition is the essential companion to the student studying Sport Science at degree level.
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