Book Description: Beforescientific research in swimming was poor and anecdotal, and the improvements of performance were linked firstly to the swimmerï¿½s experience and, secondly, as a result of permanent research for speed. Request PDF | World book of swimming: From science to performance | Beforescientific research in swimming was poor and anecdotal, and the improvements of performance. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: BIOMECHANICS. Biomechanics of drag and propulsion in front crawl swimming / Huub M. Toussait --Hydrodynamics in swimming / Bodo Ungerechts and Raul Arellano --The swimming muscle: history, methodology, and applications of electromyography in swimming /.
Beforescientific research in swimming was poor and anecdotal, and the improvements of performance were linked firstly to the swimmer's experience and, secondly, as a result of permanent research for speed.
This book reviews research on the body of knowledge available for the improvement of sports coaching and training practice in swimming. The book is divided in an introduction and four distinct sections (Biomechanics, Energetics and Training, Performance and Testing, and Medical aspects and Nutrition).
It is our hope that this book, this compilation of scientific knowledge on swimming, can make a contribution to future improvements in swimming performances. Buy World Book of Swimming: From Science to Performance (Sports and Athletics Preparation, Performance, and Psychology) UK ed.
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