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by Atko Viru,Mehis Viru

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ISBN:
0736003487
Author:
Atko Viru,Mehis Viru
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Human Kinetics; 1 edition (August 8, 2001)
Pages:
296 pages
EPUB book:
1165 kb
FB2 book:
1239 kb
DJVU:
1978 kb
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Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training. by Mehis Viru and Atko Viru.

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training. Content uploaded by Mehis Viru. In the field of monitoring sport training, it is well established that a comprehensive assessment of athletes is essential for the preservation of health and improvement of performance

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training. In the field of monitoring sport training, it is well established that a comprehensive assessment of athletes is essential for the preservation of health and improvement of performance. A major part of an athlete's monitoring schedule is biochemical monitoring, which encompasses a great number of markers and methods, although not all are relevant or important for every sport and event.

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Part 3 Actualization of biochemical monitoring of training: information of. .

Part 3 Actualization of biochemical monitoring of training: information of training-induced effects; evaluating training loads; assessing adaptivity changes for optimizing training strategies. Atko-Meeme Viru, PhD, DSc, is a professor emeritus specializing in exercise physiology at the University of Tartu in Estonia. His investigations examine both the fundamental problems and applied questions related to the foundations of training monitoring. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training - Atko Viru, Mehis Viru - A good book on the bio mechanics of sport and the human body. Science and Practice of Strength Training - Zatsiorsky and Kraemer. These guys have been one of the most influential figures in strength training.

Part I includes a discussion of why biochemical monitoring of training is necessary and the opportunities it presents for both coaches and athletes. Part II examines methodological limitations of studies in this area

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oceedings{O, title {Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training}, author {Atko Viru and Mehis Viru}, year {2001} }. Part 1 The purpose of biochemical monitoring of training: introduction - necessity and opportunity metabolic adaptation in training. Part 2 Tools for biochemical monitoring of training: metabolites and substrates methodology of hormone studies hormones as tools for training monitoring hermatological and immunilogical indices and water-electrolyte balance.

Atko-Meeme Viru, PhD, DSc, is a professor emeritus specializing in exercise physiology at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Dr. Viru has spent 15 years monitoring the training of Estonian elite athletes in different sport events. He earned a PhD from the University of Tartu in Estonia and a DSc from the Academy of Sciences of Estonia. He studied and worked for four years at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, one of the world's leading medical institutes. Viru earned a PhD from the University of Tartu in Estonia.

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training Atko A. Viru, Mehis Viru, Atko Viru

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training Atko A. Viru, Mehis Viru, Atko Viru. Format: Hardcover Pub. Date: January 2001. Análisis y Control del Rendimiento Deportivo. Scientific Advisor of Entrenament Esportiu Barcelona.

This landmark book delivers into your hands the work and thinking of two long-standing authorities in biochemical monitoring whose work has not been widely available in the West—until now.

Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training expands the knowledge base in the field and paints a full and detailed picture of why and how biochemical monitoring is done. Those seeking scientific information to select and apply the best biochemical methods to monitor sport training need look no further—it's all here.

There are other books available on the subject, but Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training is the only one that provides a combined package of theory and application. It provides in-depth explanations of what happens biochemically while athletes perform and it offers practical suggestions for how to actually biochemically monitor athletes yourself.

-Part I includes a discussion of why biochemical monitoring of training is necessary and the opportunities it presents for both coaches and athletes.

-Part II examines methodological limitations of studies in this area.

-Part III presents how to apply biochemical methods to monitor training in the real world.An essential reference and course text for exercise scientists, researchers, and elite-level coaches, Biochemical Monitoring of Sport Training provides access to the tools you need to optimize training and improve performance in a variety of sports.