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ISBN:0732901898
Author: Brent S. Ruchall,Frank S. Pyke
ISBN13: 978-0732901899
Title: Training for Sports and Fitness
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Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan Co of Australia (January 1, 1991)
Pages: 350

Training for Sports and Fitness by Brent S. Ruchall,Frank S. Pyke



This text examines the principles and practice of sport and fitness training. The various sections of this book are structured in a logical sequence to allow the reader to understand, plan and maximize physical training for sport.

Training For Sports And Fitness by. Brent S. Rushall, Frank S. Pyke.

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Training for Sports and Fitness-palyginkite kiekvieną. This book is designed to be of interest to students doing courses in physical education, sports science and human movement. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

Aus 1800 067 877 nzl 0800 771 773 int +61 2 "Excellent service, communication and delivery". Easy to use and always find what I want". Small mark inside front cover otherwise tight and clean. A comprehensive text on the principles and practice of training. Sections Include: Fitness and Training; Principles of Training; Training Modifiers; Analysis of Training Requirements; Methods and Effects of Training; and Training Plans.

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Professor Brent S. Rushall, San Diego State University [This is an update of an article published in NSWIMMING Coaching Science Bulleti n: Volume 1 Number 8 - February, 1993. Table of Contents Introduction Basic assumptions Factors To Be Considered Length of time Work volume Type and intensity of work Physiological effects Psychological content Recovery Factors which moderate taper effects Self-questions a coach should ask Implications References Introduction One of the most common discussion topics among swimming coaches is tapering for important competitions. Training for sports and fitness. S. Physical Education and Recreation.

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