Synopses & Reviews
The Complete Guide to Exercise Physiology provides a comprehensive picture of how energy is developed and utilised during different types of physical exercise and explains how this science actually applies in the real world in relation to resistance and cardiovascular training; low and high intensities, steady state and interval training.
The ideal resource for fitness professionals, sports science students and anyone with a basic knowledge of fitness and training, as well as individuals who are keen to learn about applied exercise physiology.
Includes information on:
Human exercise physiology
Energy (ATP, breakdown and production)
Anaerobic alactate (ATP, creatine phosphaste, fast glycolysis)
Aerobic (slow glycolysis, kerbs cycle, electron transport chain, beta-oxidation)
Training the different energy systems.
The Complete Guide series gives all the theory and practice sports people, coaches and fitness enthusiasts need to incorporate good technique and improve their training regime. This is the perfect introduction to kettlebell training, a hugely popular piece of equipment with tried and tested results.
About the Author
Allan Collins has worked in the fitness industry for over 15 years, providing training courses in the UK and overseas, writing for Men's Health and Men's Fitness and working for BUPA as an exercise physiologist. He is the Director of Education at Jordan Training Academy, the leading provider of endorsed education in the fitness industry.