Video 5.5: Demonstration of a cool-down after a cardio segment Video 2.3: Demonstration of beginning a class in a way that creates a positive atmosphere Video 11.4: Additional step training combinations
Animations from the seventh edition of Physiology of Sport and Exercise bring 26 images and figures from the text to life, providing an exciting way to experience course material. Instructors will be able to access the animations from a centralized location for easy reference and use in classes and lectures, and the animations are also included in the web study guide for student access. View a sample of animations from Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Seventh Edition, below.
Ian Jeffreys explains why warming up so critical Ian Jeffreys describes the RAMP system of warm and how it enhances performance Ian Jeffreys discusses the challenges of static stretching Ian Jeffreys describe the different phases of the warm up (i.e. raise phase, activation and mobilization phase and potentiation phase) and how they differ How to structure your warm up properly Why the warm up must be considered an integral part of each training session and not just as preparation eBook