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Jan–Jun 2010New TiTles - Human Kinetics

strength training anatomy 3 NewTiTlesp6 p7 p9 p10 Jan Jun 2010 Bestsellers pp 2 3trade/Consumer pp 4 8aCademiC/stm pp 9 15inside delavier s latest masterpiece ..1 strength training anatomy 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-9226-5 .. 15 99 / 17 602 Yoga AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-6278-7 .. 14 99 / 16 503 Lore of Running 4th EditionISBN 978-0-8732-2959-3 .. 19 99 / 22 004 Mastering Mountain Bike Skills 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-8371-3 .. 17 99 / 21 605 Advanced Marathoning 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7460-5 .. 13 99 / 15 406 Daniels Running Formula 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5492-8 .. 14 99 / 16 507 Stretching AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-5972-5 .. 14 99 / 16 508 Periodization training for Sport 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5559-8.

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1 strength training anatomy 3 NewTiTlesp6 p7 p9 p10 Jan Jun 2010 Bestsellers pp 2 3trade/Consumer pp 4 8aCademiC/stm pp 9 15inside delavier s latest masterpiece ..1 strength training anatomy 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-9226-5 .. 15 99 / 17 602 Yoga AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-6278-7 .. 14 99 / 16 503 Lore of Running 4th EditionISBN 978-0-8732-2959-3 .. 19 99 / 22 004 Mastering Mountain Bike Skills 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-8371-3 .. 17 99 / 21 605 Advanced Marathoning 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7460-5 .. 13 99 / 15 406 Daniels Running Formula 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5492-8 .. 14 99 / 16 507 Stretching AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-5972-5 .. 14 99 / 16 508 Periodization training for Sport 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5559-8.

2 14 99 / 16 509 Functional training for SportsISBN 978-0-7360-4681-7 .. 14 99 / 16 5010 In Pursuit of Excellence 4th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-6757-7 .. 14 99 / 16 5011 The Swimming Drill BookISBN 978-0-7360-6251-0 .. 14 99 / 16 5012 Cycling AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-7587-9 .. 14 99 / 16 5013 Encyclopedia of Muscle and StrengthISBN 978-0-7360-5771-4 .. 15 99 / 17 6014 Bodybuilding AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-5926-8 .. 14 99 / 16 5015 training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5873-5 .. 16 99 / 18 7016 Swimming FastestISBN 978-0-7360-3180-6 .. 34 99 / 38 5017 Hatha Yoga IllustratedISBN 978-0-7360-6203-9 .. 12 99 / 14 3018 Women s strength training AnatomyISBN 978-0-7360-4813-2.

3 14 99 / 16 5019 Conditioning for DanceISBN 978-0-7360-4156-0 .. 16 99 / 18 7020 Rowing FasterISBN 978-0-7360-4465-3 .. 16 99 / 18 702 Bestsellers t +44 (0) 113 255 5665 F +44 (0) 113 255 5885 Key Bestsellerstrade/ConsumerColourdVdWeb resourceCdCd-romBestseller1 2 3 45 6 7 89 10 11 1213 14 15 1617 18 19 201 Physiology of Sport and Exercise 4th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5583-3 .. 49 95 / 54 902 Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology 4th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-6467-5 .. 49 95 / 54 903 Essentials of strength training and Conditioning 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5803-2 .. 49 95 / 54 904 Life Span Motor Development 5th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7552-7 .. 55 00 / 60 505 Introduction to Kinesiology 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7613-5.

4 49 95 / 54 906 Research Methods in Physical Activity 5th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5620-5 .. 49 95 / 54 907 Advanced Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription 5th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5732-5 .. 49 95 / 54 908 Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5101-9 .. 49 95 / 54 909 Methods of Group Exercise Instruction 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7526-8 .. 46 95 / 51 6010 Motor Learning and Performance 4th Edition ISBN 978-0-7360-6964-9 .. 49 95 / 54 9011 Clinical Exercise Physiology 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-6565-8 .. 54 95 / 60 4012 Sport Marketing 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-6052-3 .. 54 95 / 60 4013 Periodization 5th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-7483-4 .. 36 95 / 40 6014 Statistics in Kinesiology 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5792-9.

5 24 95 / 27 4015 Successful Coaching 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-4012-9 .. 27 99 / 30 8016 The Complete Book of Personal TrainingISBN 978-0-7360-0013-0 .. 44 95 / 49 4017 Science and Practice of strength training 2nd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-5628-1 .. 39 95 / 43 9018 Soft Tissue ReleaseISBN 978-0-7360-7712-5 .. 14 99 / 16 5019 101 Fun Warm-Up and Cool-Down GamesISBN 978-0-7360-4849-1 .. 14 95 / 16 4020 Neuromechanics of Human Movement 4th EditionISBN 978-0-7360-6679-2 .. 54 95 / 60 40 Bestsellers 3 1 2 3 45 6 7 89 10 11 1213 14 15 1617 18 19 20trade/Consumeralso availableStrength training anatomy Package 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-9606-5 .. 29 95 / 32 90strength training anatomy 3rd EditionISBN 978-0-7360-9226-5 15 99 / 17 60Fr d ric delavierOver 1 million copies sold!

6 With new exercises, additional stretches and more of Fr d ric Delavier s signature illustrations, you ll gain a whole new understanding of how mus-cles perform during strength exercises . This one-of-a-kind best-seller combines the visual detail of top anatomy texts with the best of strength training advice . Many books explain what muscles are used during exercise, but no other resource brings the anatomy to life like strength training anatomy .Over 600 full-colour illustrations reveal the primary muscles worked along with all the rel-evant surrounding structures, including bones, ligaments, tendons and connective tissue .Like having an X-ray for each exercise, the anatomical depictions show both superficial and deep layers and detail how various setup positions affect muscle recruitment and emphasise underlying structures.

7 New pages show common strength training injuries in a fascinating light and offer precautions to help you exercise safely .Now the top-selling book on strength training anatomy comes with the leading software in interactive anatomy . ONe MilliON GlObal SaleS 4 trade t +44 (0) 113 255 5665 F +44 (0) 113 255 5885 anatomy seriesEach book in the anatomy Series provides detailed, full-colour anatomical illustrations of the muscles in action and step-by-step instructions that detail perfect technique and form for each pose, exercise, movement, stretch and stroke .140 running anatomyITB StretchE4782/Puleo/Fig. fasciae lataeIliotibial band Gluteus for Standing ITB Stretch 1. Stand next to a wall. Cross the outside leg in front of the inside leg (closest to the wall).

8 Press a hand against the wall for support. 2. Lean the inside hip toward the wall, touching the wall if possible. Both feet should remain flat on the ground. 3. Hold the static stretch for 15 to 30 seconds. Repeat multiple times. Switch sides. common running injuries 139If an Achilles (figure ) or any other tendon is injured, healing is delayed by the poor blood supply to these tissues. Although the diagnosis may not be too difficult the tendon becomes locally tender and stiff, especially if stretched there has been much dispute concerning the best method of treatment. Current opinion tends toward a regimen of extensive stretching, which needs to be repeated end-lessly even after a cure has been effected in an attempt to prevent recurrence.

9 To be of value, a stretch should be uncomfort-able rather than painful, held for between 15 to 30 seconds, and never used in a jerky or unstable position, such as the performance of a quadriceps stretch by stand-ing on one , however, that self-diagnosis of any sporting injury is fraught with danger. Every injury is different in some way from every other and each requires individual assessment and management. It would be irresponsible of us to attempt to manage injury in a book that is aimed at improvement, so the preceding paragraphs should encourage you, the runner, to be aware that your body is not just a mean, well-oiled speed machine but, like all machinery, may need a little fine-tuning!Specific training GuidelinesWarm up by doing some light running before performing the stretch.

10 If the stretch is part of a rehabilitation of a tight iliotibial band and running is not an option, walk or perform a warm-up exercise for the legs for 10 minutes to promote blood are many supposedly therapeutic treatments for running injuries, and many methods of performing those treatments. For example, the role of stretching in running training is widely debated. How often, what body parts to stretch, and how long to hold the stretch are some of the questions most runners ask running experts. Because the emphasis of this book is anatomy and strength training , an in-depth examination of these topics and the unraveling of the mysteries of stretching are left to you. We offer some best practices, but we also believe in the authorship of your own running training system.


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