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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas W Rowland
|Description:||xxvii, 203 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Who's in charge here? Setting the race pace --
Marching to the same drummer : cadence in endurance events --
Dragsters, tiger beetles, and Usain Bolt : time and speed --
Night and day: circadian rhythms and sport performance --
It's all in the timing : keeping your eye on the ball --
Getting better all the time: the development of athletic skill during the childhood years : a conversation with Bob Malina --
Over the hill : aging and sport performance.
|Responsibility:||Thomas W. Rowland.|
Offers an approach to understanding how various aspects of time affect sport performance. This book provides information on the mechanisms by which time influences physiological function, such as running speeds and muscle activation and how those mechanisms can be used in extending the limits of motor activity.
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