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Author: Jay Hoffman

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Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition With Web Resource, updates and expands on the popular first edition, providing an in-depth discussion of physiological adaptation to exercise. Students will learn the importance of an evidence-based approach in prescribing exercise, while sports medicine professionals and health care providers will appreciate using the text as a primary reference on conditioning and performance of athletes. A range of topics are covered, including environmental influences on performance, hydration status, sport nutrition, sport supplements, and performance-enhancing drugs. The book is focused on physiological adaptation to exercise with a goal of providing practical applications to facilitate exercise prescriptions for a variety of athletes.

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition, is organized into five parts. The first part examines physiological adaptation and the effects of various modes of training on biochemical, hormonal, muscular, cardiovascular, neural, and immunological adaptations. The second part covers principles of exercise training and prescription. The third part discusses nutrition, hydration status, sport supplementation, and performance-enhancing drugs. The fourth part focuses on environmental factors and their influence on sport performance. The fifth and final part is focused on how certain medical and health conditions influence sport performance.

Updates in this second edition focus on cutting-edge knowledge in sport science and sports medicine, including the latest information on physiological adaptations to exercise; current trends for training for power, speed, and agility; eye-opening discussions on sport supplementation and performance-enhancing drugs; data on training with medical conditions such as diabetes and exercise-induced bronchospasm; and groundbreaking information on training in heat and cold and at altitude. In addition, new chapters offer a practical approach to the yearly training program and sudden death in sport.

The second edition also incorporates the following features to enhance practical application and facilitate students’ learning:

• A new web resource includes 80 drills and 41 video demonstrations that help readers understand how to implement the various exercises.

• Chapter objectives provide an overview of key content in each chapter.

• Chapter review questions help students assess their learning.

• In Practice sidebars bring chapter content to life in a practical manner and help students better understand the material.

Students and instructors will benefit from the new web resource, which features 80 drills and detailed instruction on performing each drill. The drills can be used for a dynamic warm-up or to enhance speed and agility. Most drills are accompanied by at least one photo showing how to perform a key movement of the drill. Forty of the drills are accompanied by a video of the drill being performed in its entirety, and a dynamic warm-up routine video features 10 warm-up exercises.

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition, provides a strong basis for understanding adaptation to exercise and appreciating how changes in program variables can alter training adaptations. All the information in this text is presented in an attractive, reader-friendly format that is conducive to learning. The text serves as both a key educational tool and a primary reference for exercise prescription for athletes.

Part I. Physiological Adaptations to Exercise

Chapter 1. Neuromuscular System and Exercise

Muscle Structure

Muscle Contraction

Neuromuscular System

Muscle Fiber Types

Muscle Recruitment

Muscle Proprioceptors

Neuromuscular Adaptations to Exercise Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 2. Endocrine System and Exercise

Overview of the Endocrine System

Hormonal Transport and Binding Proteins

Hormones and Exercise

Metabolic Hormones

Fluid Regulatory Hormones

Opioids and Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 3. Metabolic System and Exercise

ATP-PC Energy Source

Glycolytic Energy Source

Lactic Acid Controversy

Lactate Shuttle

Oxidative Energy Source

Interaction of the Energy Sources

Metabolic Adaptations to Endurance Training

Metabolic Adaptations to Anaerobic Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 4. Cardiovascular System and Exercise

Overview of Cardiovascular System

Overview of Respiratory System

Cardiovascular Response to Acute Exercise

Pulmonary Ventilation During Exercise

Cardiovascular Response to Training

Respiratory Adaptations to Training

Training Effects on Minute Ventilation and Ventilatory Equivalent

Effects of Training on Blood Volume and Red Blood Cells

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 5. Immunological System and Exercise

Cells of the Immune System

Lymphocytes

Immunoglobulins

Cytokines

Complement System

Acute-Phase Proteins

Exercise and Immune Response

Summary

Review Questions

Part II. Exercise Training Principles and Prescriptions

Chapter 6. Principles of Training

Specificity Principle

Overload Principle

Progression Principle

Individuality Principle

Principle of Diminishing Returns

Principle of Reversibility

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 7. Warm-Up, Flexibility, and Balance Training

Warm-Up

Flexibility

Stability and Balance Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 8. Resistance Training

Resistance Training Program Development

Various Modes of Resistance Training

Alternative Methods of Resistance Training

Resistance Training Effects on the Components of Fitness

Women and Resistance Training

Examples of Resistance Training Programs

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 9. Power Training

Scientific Basis for Power Training

Relationship Between Force, Velocity, and Power

Training Methods for Power Development

Plyometrics

Ballistic Training

Olympic Weightlifting

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 10. Anaerobic Conditioning

Anaerobic Conditioning

Selection of Rest Intervals for Anaerobic Conditioning

Anaerobic Conditioning Exercises

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 11. Speed and Agility Development

Speed Development

Agility Development

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 12. Endurance Training

Physiological Adaptations to Endurance Training

Factors Relating to Endurance Performance

Endurance Exercise Prescription

Endurance Training Programs

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 13. Concurrent Training

Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on V\od\O2

Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Maximal Strength

Effect of Sequence of Training on Endurance and Strength Improvements

Effect of Concurrent Training on Muscle Growth and Muscle Fiber Characteristics

Effect of Concurrent Training on Protein Signaling

Effect of Concurrent Training on Hormonal Adaptations

Effect of Concurrent Training on Basal Metabolic Rate and Weight Loss

Effects of Combined Sprint and Resistance Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 14. Periodization

Periodization for All Disciplines

Models of Periodization

Efficacy of Periodization

Periodized Training Program for a Strength–Power Athlete in a Team Sport

Periodized Training Program for a Strength–Power Athlete Preparing for a Specific Event

Periodized Training Program for an Endurance Athlete

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 15. Program Development and Implementation

Training Sessions

Off-Season Training Program

Preparatory–Hypertrophy Phase

Strength Phase

Competitive Season (Maintenance Phase)

Training Program Considerations for Aerobic Endurance Athletes

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 16. Athletic Performance Testing and Normative Data

Factors Affecting Performance Testing

Administrative Considerations for Assessment

Tests for Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation

Strength

Anaerobic Power and Anaerobic Fitness

Maximal Aerobic Capacity and Aerobic Endurance

Speed

Agility

Body Composition

Summary

Review Questions

Part III. Nutrition, Fluid Regulation, and Nutritional Supplementation

Chapter 17. Sports Nutrition

Classes of Nutrients and Their Functions

Nutrient Utilization in Athletic Performance

Timing of Nutritional Intake

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 18. Hydration

Water Balance at Rest and During Exercise

Effects of Hypohydration on Physiological Function

Electrolyte Balance During Exercise

Effects of Hypohydration on Performance

Fluid Replacement During Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 19. Dietary Supplementation

Dietary Supplement Regulation

Dietary Supplements for Muscle Growth and Strength–Power Development

Creatine

β -Hydroxy- β-Methylbutyrate

Dietary Supplements for Intracellular and Intercellular Buffering

Dietary Supplements for Energy

Popular Dietary Supplements That May Have Ergogenic Potential

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 20. Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Anabolic Steroids

Testosterone Precursors

Masking Agents

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

Anti-Estrogens

Growth Hormone

Thyroid Drugs

Central Nervous System Stimulants

Site Enhancement Drugs

Blood Doping

Erythropoietin

β-Blockers

Summary

Review Questions

Part IV. Environmental Factors

Chapter 21. Heat

Physiological Response to Exercise in the Heat

Heat and Performance

Heat Acclimatization

Heat Illnesses

Monitoring Heat Stress

Heat Stress Indices

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 22. Cold

Cold Stress: Factors Contributing to Heat Loss

Physiological Responses to Exercise in the Cold

Acclimatization to the Cold

Exercise Performance and the Cold

Medical Concerns

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 23. Altitude

The Hypobaric Environment

Physiological Response to Altitude

Effect of Altitude on Athletic Performance

Altitude Acclimatization

Chronic Altitude Exposure and Benefits for Endurance Performance

Training at Altitude for Improved Performance at Altitude

Training at Altitude for Improved Performance at Sea Level

Simulated Altitude and Ethical Issues

Clinical Problems Associated With Acute Exposure to Altitude

Summary

Review Questions

Part V. Medical and Health Conditions

Chapter 24. Overtraining

Definitions of Overtraining

Contributing Factors

Comparison of Endurance and Strength–Power Athletes

Susceptibility to Overtraining

Recognition of Overtraining

Methods Used to Monitor Athletic Performance

Treatment of Overtraining

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 25. Diabetes

Overview of Diabetes Mellitus

Exercise and Diabetes

Exercise Prescription for Athletes With Diabetes

Exercise Prescription for Noncompetitive, Recreational Athletes With Diabetes

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 26. Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm

What Is Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm?

Pathophysiology of EIB

Diagnosis of EIB

Factors Modifying the Asthmatic Response to Exercise

Treatment of EIB

How to Exercise With Asthma (Nonpharmacologic Therapy)

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 27. Sudden Death in Sports

Sickle Cell Trait

Exertional Heatstroke

Cardiac Events

Traumatic Brain Injury

Summary

Review Questions

Jay Hoffman, PhD, is the director of the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Wellness and a professor of sport and exercise science at the University of Central Florida. He is also the chair of the education and human sciences department. Long recognized as an expert in the field of exercise physiology, Hoffman has more than 190 publications in refereed journals, book chapters, and books, and he has lectured at more than 370 national and international conferences and meetings. A former professional athlete, Hoffman has coached elite athletes and conducted research on them throughout his professional career. This combination of the practical and the theoretical provides him with a unique perspective on writing for both coaches and academic faculty.

Hoffman was elected president of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in 2009. He was awarded the 2005 Outstanding Kinesiological Professional Award by the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut, the 2007 Outstanding Sport Scientist of the Year by the NSCA, and the 2000 Outstanding Junior Investigator Award by the NSCA. A fellow of both the American College of Sports Medicine and National Strength and Conditioning Association, Hoffman is the editor of NSCA’s Guide to Program Design (Human Kinetics, 2012) and the author of Norms for Fitness, Performance, and Health (Human Kinetics, 2006). He earned his PhD in exercise science from the University of Connecticut.

“There is little that this book does not offer to readers looking for an evidence-based book on athlete performance and exercise science. The author is well respected in the field and offers a high-quality book supported by the latest in peer-reviewed evidence.”

--Doody’s Book Review (5-star review)

All ancillaries are free to adopting instructors and available online.

Image bank. Contains all of the content photos, figures, and tables from the text, sorted by chapter. The image bank can be used to enhance lecture notes, build a PowerPoint presentation, and create student handouts.

Web resource. Features 80 drills and detailed instruction on performing each drill. The drills can be used for a dynamic warm-up, for enhancing speed and agility, and for plyometrics. Most drills are accompanied by at least one photo showing how to perform a key movement of the drill. Forty of the drills are accompanied by a video of the drill performed in its entirety, and a dynamic warm-up routine video features 10 warm-up exercises.
Jay Hoffman

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance 2nd Edition PDF With Web Resource

$75.00 USD

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition With Web Resource, updates and expands on the popular first edition, providing an in-depth discussion of physiological adaptation to exercise. Students will learn the importance of an evidence-based approach in prescribing exercise, while sports medicine professionals and health care providers will appreciate using the text as a primary reference on conditioning and performance of athletes. A range of topics are covered, including environmental influences on performance, hydration status, sport nutrition, sport supplements, and performance-enhancing drugs. The book is focused on physiological adaptation to exercise with a goal of providing practical applications to facilitate exercise prescriptions for a variety of athletes.

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition, is organized into five parts. The first part examines physiological adaptation and the effects of various modes of training on biochemical, hormonal, muscular, cardiovascular, neural, and immunological adaptations. The second part covers principles of exercise training and prescription. The third part discusses nutrition, hydration status, sport supplementation, and performance-enhancing drugs. The fourth part focuses on environmental factors and their influence on sport performance. The fifth and final part is focused on how certain medical and health conditions influence sport performance.

Updates in this second edition focus on cutting-edge knowledge in sport science and sports medicine, including the latest information on physiological adaptations to exercise; current trends for training for power, speed, and agility; eye-opening discussions on sport supplementation and performance-enhancing drugs; data on training with medical conditions such as diabetes and exercise-induced bronchospasm; and groundbreaking information on training in heat and cold and at altitude. In addition, new chapters offer a practical approach to the yearly training program and sudden death in sport.

The second edition also incorporates the following features to enhance practical application and facilitate students’ learning:

• A new web resource includes 80 drills and 41 video demonstrations that help readers understand how to implement the various exercises.

• Chapter objectives provide an overview of key content in each chapter.

• Chapter review questions help students assess their learning.

• In Practice sidebars bring chapter content to life in a practical manner and help students better understand the material.

Students and instructors will benefit from the new web resource, which features 80 drills and detailed instruction on performing each drill. The drills can be used for a dynamic warm-up or to enhance speed and agility. Most drills are accompanied by at least one photo showing how to perform a key movement of the drill. Forty of the drills are accompanied by a video of the drill being performed in its entirety, and a dynamic warm-up routine video features 10 warm-up exercises.

Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance, Second Edition, provides a strong basis for understanding adaptation to exercise and appreciating how changes in program variables can alter training adaptations. All the information in this text is presented in an attractive, reader-friendly format that is conducive to learning. The text serves as both a key educational tool and a primary reference for exercise prescription for athletes.

Part I. Physiological Adaptations to Exercise

Chapter 1. Neuromuscular System and Exercise

Muscle Structure

Muscle Contraction

Neuromuscular System

Muscle Fiber Types

Muscle Recruitment

Muscle Proprioceptors

Neuromuscular Adaptations to Exercise Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 2. Endocrine System and Exercise

Overview of the Endocrine System

Hormonal Transport and Binding Proteins

Hormones and Exercise

Metabolic Hormones

Fluid Regulatory Hormones

Opioids and Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 3. Metabolic System and Exercise

ATP-PC Energy Source

Glycolytic Energy Source

Lactic Acid Controversy

Lactate Shuttle

Oxidative Energy Source

Interaction of the Energy Sources

Metabolic Adaptations to Endurance Training

Metabolic Adaptations to Anaerobic Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 4. Cardiovascular System and Exercise

Overview of Cardiovascular System

Overview of Respiratory System

Cardiovascular Response to Acute Exercise

Pulmonary Ventilation During Exercise

Cardiovascular Response to Training

Respiratory Adaptations to Training

Training Effects on Minute Ventilation and Ventilatory Equivalent

Effects of Training on Blood Volume and Red Blood Cells

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 5. Immunological System and Exercise

Cells of the Immune System

Lymphocytes

Immunoglobulins

Cytokines

Complement System

Acute-Phase Proteins

Exercise and Immune Response

Summary

Review Questions

Part II. Exercise Training Principles and Prescriptions

Chapter 6. Principles of Training

Specificity Principle

Overload Principle

Progression Principle

Individuality Principle

Principle of Diminishing Returns

Principle of Reversibility

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 7. Warm-Up, Flexibility, and Balance Training

Warm-Up

Flexibility

Stability and Balance Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 8. Resistance Training

Resistance Training Program Development

Various Modes of Resistance Training

Alternative Methods of Resistance Training

Resistance Training Effects on the Components of Fitness

Women and Resistance Training

Examples of Resistance Training Programs

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 9. Power Training

Scientific Basis for Power Training

Relationship Between Force, Velocity, and Power

Training Methods for Power Development

Plyometrics

Ballistic Training

Olympic Weightlifting

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 10. Anaerobic Conditioning

Anaerobic Conditioning

Selection of Rest Intervals for Anaerobic Conditioning

Anaerobic Conditioning Exercises

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 11. Speed and Agility Development

Speed Development

Agility Development

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 12. Endurance Training

Physiological Adaptations to Endurance Training

Factors Relating to Endurance Performance

Endurance Exercise Prescription

Endurance Training Programs

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 13. Concurrent Training

Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on V\od\O2

Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Maximal Strength

Effect of Sequence of Training on Endurance and Strength Improvements

Effect of Concurrent Training on Muscle Growth and Muscle Fiber Characteristics

Effect of Concurrent Training on Protein Signaling

Effect of Concurrent Training on Hormonal Adaptations

Effect of Concurrent Training on Basal Metabolic Rate and Weight Loss

Effects of Combined Sprint and Resistance Training

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 14. Periodization

Periodization for All Disciplines

Models of Periodization

Efficacy of Periodization

Periodized Training Program for a Strength–Power Athlete in a Team Sport

Periodized Training Program for a Strength–Power Athlete Preparing for a Specific Event

Periodized Training Program for an Endurance Athlete

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 15. Program Development and Implementation

Training Sessions

Off-Season Training Program

Preparatory–Hypertrophy Phase

Strength Phase

Competitive Season (Maintenance Phase)

Training Program Considerations for Aerobic Endurance Athletes

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 16. Athletic Performance Testing and Normative Data

Factors Affecting Performance Testing

Administrative Considerations for Assessment

Tests for Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation

Strength

Anaerobic Power and Anaerobic Fitness

Maximal Aerobic Capacity and Aerobic Endurance

Speed

Agility

Body Composition

Summary

Review Questions

Part III. Nutrition, Fluid Regulation, and Nutritional Supplementation

Chapter 17. Sports Nutrition

Classes of Nutrients and Their Functions

Nutrient Utilization in Athletic Performance

Timing of Nutritional Intake

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 18. Hydration

Water Balance at Rest and During Exercise

Effects of Hypohydration on Physiological Function

Electrolyte Balance During Exercise

Effects of Hypohydration on Performance

Fluid Replacement During Exercise

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 19. Dietary Supplementation

Dietary Supplement Regulation

Dietary Supplements for Muscle Growth and Strength–Power Development

Creatine

β -Hydroxy- β-Methylbutyrate

Dietary Supplements for Intracellular and Intercellular Buffering

Dietary Supplements for Energy

Popular Dietary Supplements That May Have Ergogenic Potential

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 20. Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Anabolic Steroids

Testosterone Precursors

Masking Agents

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

Anti-Estrogens

Growth Hormone

Thyroid Drugs

Central Nervous System Stimulants

Site Enhancement Drugs

Blood Doping

Erythropoietin

β-Blockers

Summary

Review Questions

Part IV. Environmental Factors

Chapter 21. Heat

Physiological Response to Exercise in the Heat

Heat and Performance

Heat Acclimatization

Heat Illnesses

Monitoring Heat Stress

Heat Stress Indices

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 22. Cold

Cold Stress: Factors Contributing to Heat Loss

Physiological Responses to Exercise in the Cold

Acclimatization to the Cold

Exercise Performance and the Cold

Medical Concerns

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 23. Altitude

The Hypobaric Environment

Physiological Response to Altitude

Effect of Altitude on Athletic Performance

Altitude Acclimatization

Chronic Altitude Exposure and Benefits for Endurance Performance

Training at Altitude for Improved Performance at Altitude

Training at Altitude for Improved Performance at Sea Level

Simulated Altitude and Ethical Issues

Clinical Problems Associated With Acute Exposure to Altitude

Summary

Review Questions

Part V. Medical and Health Conditions

Chapter 24. Overtraining

Definitions of Overtraining

Contributing Factors

Comparison of Endurance and Strength–Power Athletes

Susceptibility to Overtraining

Recognition of Overtraining

Methods Used to Monitor Athletic Performance

Treatment of Overtraining

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 25. Diabetes

Overview of Diabetes Mellitus

Exercise and Diabetes

Exercise Prescription for Athletes With Diabetes

Exercise Prescription for Noncompetitive, Recreational Athletes With Diabetes

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 26. Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm

What Is Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm?

Pathophysiology of EIB

Diagnosis of EIB

Factors Modifying the Asthmatic Response to Exercise

Treatment of EIB

How to Exercise With Asthma (Nonpharmacologic Therapy)

Summary

Review Questions

Chapter 27. Sudden Death in Sports

Sickle Cell Trait

Exertional Heatstroke

Cardiac Events

Traumatic Brain Injury

Summary

Review Questions

Jay Hoffman, PhD, is the director of the Institute of Exercise Physiology and Wellness and a professor of sport and exercise science at the University of Central Florida. He is also the chair of the education and human sciences department. Long recognized as an expert in the field of exercise physiology, Hoffman has more than 190 publications in refereed journals, book chapters, and books, and he has lectured at more than 370 national and international conferences and meetings. A former professional athlete, Hoffman has coached elite athletes and conducted research on them throughout his professional career. This combination of the practical and the theoretical provides him with a unique perspective on writing for both coaches and academic faculty.

Hoffman was elected president of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in 2009. He was awarded the 2005 Outstanding Kinesiological Professional Award by the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut, the 2007 Outstanding Sport Scientist of the Year by the NSCA, and the 2000 Outstanding Junior Investigator Award by the NSCA. A fellow of both the American College of Sports Medicine and National Strength and Conditioning Association, Hoffman is the editor of NSCA’s Guide to Program Design (Human Kinetics, 2012) and the author of Norms for Fitness, Performance, and Health (Human Kinetics, 2006). He earned his PhD in exercise science from the University of Connecticut.

“There is little that this book does not offer to readers looking for an evidence-based book on athlete performance and exercise science. The author is well respected in the field and offers a high-quality book supported by the latest in peer-reviewed evidence.”

--Doody’s Book Review (5-star review)

All ancillaries are free to adopting instructors and available online.

Image bank. Contains all of the content photos, figures, and tables from the text, sorted by chapter. The image bank can be used to enhance lecture notes, build a PowerPoint presentation, and create student handouts.

Web resource. Features 80 drills and detailed instruction on performing each drill. The drills can be used for a dynamic warm-up, for enhancing speed and agility, and for plyometrics. Most drills are accompanied by at least one photo showing how to perform a key movement of the drill. Forty of the drills are accompanied by a video of the drill performed in its entirety, and a dynamic warm-up routine video features 10 warm-up exercises.

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