Peak Performance: Training and Nutritional Strategies for Sport

Allen & Unwin, 1998 - 446 páginas
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This is a text for coaches and athletes who want to improve their sporting performance via the application of scientific training and nutritional principles. It gives detailed, practical information on the principles of physical conditioning, and how these relate to explosive events (such as sprinting), endurance events (such as the Ironman triathlon) and team sports (such as rugby and soccer). A chapter on competition preparation has been included (Getting it right on the day), as well as an appraisal of scientific aids for athletes (heart rate monitors, altitude training, warm up and warm down, drafting and pacing, and hill training).

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John Hawley is director of the Human Performance Laboratory at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa, has worked with elite athletes in New Zealand and South Africa and has published widely on nutrition...Louise Burke is head of the Dept. of Sports Nutrition at the Australian Institute of Sport, editor of the key text Clinical Sports Nutrition, and is widely published in international journals on nutrition.

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