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Anatomy of Exercise

Author : Pat Manocchia
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"Explains how particular exercises can benefit specific muscles, and offers modification options and tips on proper form"--P. [4] of cover.

Encyclopedia of Exercise Anatomy

Author : Hollis Liebman
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"This book features a comprehensive range of exercises for the whole body, along with detailed anatomical drawings to show exactly which muscles are being worked during each exercise. Whether you are interested in improving your sporting performance or toning specific parts of your body, this format allows you to target your exercise routines to achieve the desired results. To help you formulate an all-round routine, the book also includes workout routines that focus on improving performance in a number of popular sports as well as some to follow to help your body cope with particular stresses or build strength where it is lacking."--Page 12.

Anatomy of Strength Training

Author : Pat Manocchia
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Presents five essential exercises that are needed to build bodily strength and health, with multiple variations of the exercises, detailed information on the correct way to execute them, and color illustrations that highlight the muscles involved in eachmovement.

Anatomy of Exercise for 50

Author : Hollis Liebman
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A new addition to the best-selling series, for the burgeoning over 50 population. Studies abound confirming what we all know: use it or lose it. Exercise of any kind has a profound positive effect on health, longevity, disease prevention and a sense of well-being. The exercises in Anatomy of Exercise for 50+ will support good health at any age, but for those over fifty they can help in the prevention of age-related problems like joint mobility, balance and fatigue, as well as medical conditions like heart disease, colon cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, arthritis and Alzheimer's. Anatomy of Exercise for 50+ follows the successful format of the "Anatomy of" books--Anatomy of Exercise, Anatomy of Muscle Building, Anatomy of Yoga--which have together sold more than 100,000 copies. Their revolutionary approach is the combination of photographs and lifelike anatomical drawings that reveal in colorful detail exactly which muscles are engaged and benefitting from each exercise. The book's organization allows the user to approach the exercise according to his or her needs or by the type of exercise. The contents are: Introduction: Staying Fit at Any Age Full-Body Anatomy Warm-Ups Stretches Upper-Body Exercises Core Strengthening Exercises Core Stabilizing Exercises Healthy Back Exercises Lower-Body Exercises Yoga-Based Exercises Swiss Ball Exercises. Those who want to take control of their health (at whatever age), fitness trainers, physiotherapists, and activity managers in community care facilities, retirement homes and nursing homes will find Anatomy of Exercise for 50+ an instructive and practical resource.

Anatomy of Exercise for Women

Author : Lisa Purcell
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Examines which muscles are used in specific exercises with instructions on how to do each and offers pre-designed workouts to allow readers to focus on the area they want to improve.

Anatomy of Fitness

Author : Hollis Lance Liebman
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Discover how working the core muscles in the trunk, lower back, abdomen, and hips will efficiently and effectively develop and maintain core stability and strength. Anatomy of Fitness: Core shows you how to reduce body fat, increase lean muscle tissue, and build muscular function, strength, and stability throughout your entire body.

Functional Anatomy for Sport and Exercise

Author : Clare E. Milner
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Functional Anatomy for Sport and Exercise is a quick reference guide to human musculoskeletal anatomy in its moving, active context. An accessible format makes it easy for students to locate clear, concise explanations and descriptions of anatomical structures, human movement terms and key concepts. Covering all major anatomical areas, the book includes: an A-to-Z guide to anatomical terms and concepts. clear and detailed anatomical illustrations cross-referenced entries throughout highlighted key terms ‘hot topics’ discussed in more detail full references and a list of suggested further reading. Functional Anatomy for Sport and Exercise is a must-have supplement for undergraduates in applied anatomy, functional anatomy, kinesiology, physical education, strength and conditioning, biomechanics and related areas. Clare Milner is Assistant Professor in Biomechanics at the University of Tennessee, USA

Anatomy for Strength and Fitness Training

Author : Mark Vella
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Contains full-color drawings demonstrating how the various muscle groups are used during the most popular exercises, with tips for good form, expert commentary on each exercise, and specific exercise programs for muscle tone and flexibility.

The Student s Anatomy of Exercise Manual

Author : Ken W. S. Ashwell
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Anatomy of Movement

Author : Blandine Calais-Germain
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Anatomy of Movement: Exercises, the companion volume to Anatomy of Movement, describes and illustrates, through hundreds of photographs and drawings, a comprehensive series of exercises involving the most common movements of the body. Over a hundred new illustrations were added in this revised edition.The exercises were chosen on the basis of their effectiveness and with concern for their safety. Some are designed to focus on strengthening a particular region or muscle group, others the entire body. Each exercise prepares the body to respond well to the demands of particular movements. Together they serve as a basis for the more specialized movements associated with various physical disciplines and therapies.