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Exercise Physiology: Energy, Nutrition, And Human Performance

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Edition:
5th
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9780781752701

ISBN10:
0781752701
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
5/1/2004
Publisher(s):
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

2002 BMA Book Competition Award Winner!Exercise Physiology, 5/e received First Prize in the Medicine Category of the 2002 BMA Book Competition.Make sure your students get the power and authority of McArdle, Katch and Katch, world class specialists in exercise, energy and nutrition in this new edition of Exercise Physiology . The extensive revision of this masterpiece combines the strengths of previous editions with content updates necessary for today's students. The Fifth Edition is a must for building a healthy foundation in nutrition, energy transfer, and exercise training.Exceptional full-colour illustrations have always been a hallmark of Exercise Physiology , and the new Fifth Edition has the most exquisite art program yet. The numerous high-quality figures, charts, tables and photographs enhance your students' understanding of important topics and reinforce key concepts.Now every copy of Exercise Physiology: Energy, Nutrition and Human Performance, Fifth Edition is packaged with a new three-dimensional anatomy CD-ROM from Primal Pictures.This CD-ROM is the world's first complete 3D computer graphic model of the human body. Primal's imagery delivers a level of detail, clarity and functionality beyond anything to date.The CD-ROM features a 3D interactive model of the human body. The models can be rotated, and layers of anatomy added or subtracted. Each part of the body is divided into seven sections for more detailed viewing. The sections include: 1. Head and Neck 2. Hand and Forearm 3. Thorax and Arm 4. Vertebral Column 5. Pelvis 6. Knee 7. Leg and AnkleEach of these sections contains a wealth of anatomical 3D information on the skeletal system (bones and cartilage), the muscular system (muscles, muscle attachments, ligaments, tendons), the neurovascular system (arteries, veins, nerves, nerve distribution, and dermatomes), as well as surface anatomy.Features:Over 600 high quality figures, charts, tables, and photographs enhance your understanding of important topics and reinforce key conceptsChapter objectives and summaries help to ensure that you have mastered the material presented in each chapterFocus on Research sections provide synopses from the classic work or respected scholars, illustrating how the principles in the chapter relat to the "real world" of scienceKey terms appear in bold face for easy reviewReferences at the end of each chapter direct you to additional classic and upt to date resourcesUseful appendices include nutritional information on the composition of foods, coverage of the metric system and conversion constants, and energy expenditure of diverse physical activitiesNew to this edition:Interviews with a select group of respected exercise physiology scholars at the beginning of each section to inspire you..In a Practical Sense sections apply the theoretical concepts of the chapter to practical skillsIntegrative Questions in every chapter ask open ended questions that challeng you to synthesise chapter material when considering difficult conceptsMicrogravity: Exercise Physiology in the Last Frontier explores the physiologic and anatomical challenges imposed by extended duration space missions and the role of exercise countermeasures on their successOn the Horizon: Molecular Biology - a New Vista for Exercise Physiology introduces molecular biology and its relationship to exercise physiology research and human performance. Topics include the human genome project, cellular mutations, and DNA technologyPLUS you can access online resources for this book at Connection - click here!Lecturers - Click here to order a Review Copy of this title !

Table of Contents

Introduction: A View of the Past Exercise Physiology: Roots and Historical Perspectives xvii
Dr. Charles Tipton
PART ONE
Section 1 Nutrition: The Base for Human Performance
Dr. David Costill
Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins
6(41)
Part 1 Carbohydrates
7(11)
Part 2 Lipids
18(14)
Part 3 Proteins
32(15)
Vitamins, Minerals, and Water
47(35)
Part 1 Vitamins
48(10)
Part 2 Minerals
58(16)
Part 3 Water
74(8)
Optimal Nutrition for Exercise
82(26)
Section 2 Energy for Physical Activity
Dr. John Holloszy
Energy Value of Food
108(7)
Introduction to Energy Transfer
115(16)
Energy Transfer in the Body
131(26)
Part 1 Phosphate Bond Energy
132(6)
Part 2 Energy Release from Food
138(19)
Energy Transfer in Exercise
157(17)
Measurement of Human Energy Expenditure
174(13)
Human Energy Expenditure During Rest and Physical Activity
187(14)
Part 1 Energy Expenditure at Rest
188(6)
Part 2 Energy Expenditure in Physical Activity
194(7)
Energy Expenditure during Walking, Jogging, Running, and Swimming
201(21)
Individual Differences and Measurement of Energy Capacities
222(30)
Section 3 Systems of Energy Delivery and Utilization
Dr. Loring Rowell
Pulmonary Structure and Function
252(18)
Gas Exchange and Transport
270(15)
Part 1 Gaseous Exchange in the Lungs and Tissues
271(4)
Part 2 Oxygen Transport
275(6)
Part 3 Transport of Carbon Dioxide
281(4)
Dynamics of Pulmonary Ventilation
285(20)
Part 1 Regulation of Pulmonary Ventilation
286(4)
Part 2 Pulmonary Ventilation during Exercise
290(8)
Part 3 Acid--Base Regulation
298(7)
The Cardiovascular System
305(20)
Cardiovascular Regulation and Integration
325(19)
Functional Capacity of the Cardiovascular System
344(14)
Skeletal Muscle: Structure and Function
358(25)
Neural Control of Human Movement
383(25)
The Endocrine System: Organization and Acute and Chronic Responses to Exercise
408(50)
Part Two
Section 4 Enhancement of Energy Capacity
Dr. Bengt Saltin
Training for Anaerobic and Aerobic Power
458(42)
Muscular Strength: Training Muscles to Become Stronger
500(48)
Part 1 Strength Measurement and Resistance Training
501(28)
Part 2 Structural and Functional Adaptations to Resistance Training
529(19)
Special Aids to Exercise Training and Performance
548(54)
Section 5 Exercise Performance and Environmental Stress
Barbara Drinkwater
Exercise at Medium and High Altitude
602(21)
Exercise and Thermal Stress
623(31)
Part 1 Mechanisms of Thermoregulation
624(9)
Part 2 Thermoregulation and Environmental Stress During Exercise
633(21)
Sport Diving
654(24)
Microgravity: The Last Frontier
678(74)
Section 6 Body Composition, Energy Balance, and Weight Control
Dr. Claude Bouchard
Body Composition Assessment
752(42)
Physique, Performance, and Physical Activity
794(26)
Overweight, Obesity, and Weight Control
820(48)
Part 1 Obesity
820(20)
Part 2 Principles of Weight Control: Diet and Exercise
840(28)
Section 7 Exercise, Successful Aging, and Disease Prevention
Dr. Steven Blair
Physical Activity, Health, and Aging
868(46)
Part 1 Physical Activity in the Population
871(6)
Part 2 Aging and Physiologic Function
877(11)
Part 3 Physical Activity, Health, and Longevity
888(5)
Part 4 Coronary Heart Disease
893(21)
Clinical Exercise Physiology for Cancer, Cardiovascular, and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
914(53)
On the Horizon
Dr. Frank Booth
Molecular Biology---A New Vista for Exercise Physiology
967(84)
Appendix A The Metric System and Conversion Constants in Exercise Physiology 1051(12)
Appendix B Nutritive Values for Common Foods, Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Beverages, and Specialty and Fast-Food Items 1063(40)
Appendix C Energy Expenditure in Household, Occupational, Recreational, and Sports Activities 1103(14)
Appendix D Metabolic Computations in Open-Circuit Spirometry 1117(4)
Appendix E Honors and Awards of Interviewees 1121


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