Strength and Power in Sport, Second Edition by Vladimir Zatsiorsky, William Kraemer

By Vladimir Zatsiorsky, William Kraemer

Content material:
Chapter 1 easy concerns for workout (pages 3–7): Howard G. Knuttgen and Paavo V. Komi
Chapter 2 Neuronal regulate of useful circulate (pages 11–26): Volker Dietz
Chapter three Motor Unit and Motoneurone Excitability in the course of Explosive circulate (pages 27–49): Toshio Moritani
Chapter four Muscular foundation of power (pages 50–72): R. Billeter and H. Hoppeler
Chapter five Hormonal Mechanisms relating to the Expression of Muscular power and tool (pages 73–95): William J. Kraemer and Scott A. Mazzetti
Chapter 6 Exercise?Related variations in Connective Tissue (pages 96–113): Ronald F. Zernicke and Barbara Loitz?Ramage
Chapter 7 Contractile functionality of Skeletal Muscle Fibres (pages 114–133): K.A. Paul Edman
Chapter eight Skeletal Muscle and Motor Unit structure: impression on functionality (pages 134–153): Roland R. Roy, Ryan J. Monti, Alex Lai and V. Reggie Edgerton
Chapter nine Mechanical Muscle versions and Their program to strength and gear construction (pages 154–183): Walter Herzog and Rachid Ait?Haddou
Chapter 10 Stretch?Shortening Cycle (pages 184–202): Paavo V. Komi
Chapter eleven Stretch?Shortening Cycle Fatigue and its impact on strength and tool construction (pages 203–228): Caroline Nicol and Paavo V. Komi
Chapter 12 mobile and Molecular elements of variation in Skeletal Muscle (pages 231–251): Geoffrey Goldspink and Stephen Harridge
Chapter thirteen Hypertrophy and Hyperplasia (pages 252–264): J. Duncan Macdougall
Chapter 14 Acute and persistent Muscle Metabolic diversifications to power education (pages 265–280): consistent with A. Tesch and Bjorn A. Alkner
Chapter 15 Neural edition to energy education (pages 281–314): Digby G. Sale
Chapter sixteen Mechanisms of Muscle and Motor Unit model to Explosive strength education (pages 316–330): Jacques Duchateau and Karl Hainaut
Chapter 17 Proprioceptive education: concerns for power and tool creation (pages 331–342): Albert Gollhofer
Chapter 18 Connective Tissue and Bone reaction to power education (pages 343–360): Michael H. Stone and Christina Karatzaferi
Chapter 19 Endocrine Responses and diversifications to energy and tool education (pages 361–386): William J. Kraemer and Nicholas A. Ratamess
Chapter 20 Cardiovascular Responses to energy education (pages 387–406): Steven J. Fleck
Chapter 21 growing old and Neuromuscular version to power education (pages 409–425): Keijo Hakkinen
Chapter 22 Use of electric Stimulation in power and gear education (pages 426–435): Gary A. Dudley and Scott W. Stevenson
Chapter 23 Biomechanics of energy and power education (pages 439–487): Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky
Chapter 24 Vibration quite a bit: capability for power and tool improvement (pages 488–501): Joachim Mester, Peter Spitzenpfeil and Zengyuan Yue
Chapter 25 education for Weightlifting (pages 502–515): John Garhammer and Bob Takano

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