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Biochemistry for sport and exercise metabolism / Don MacLaren, James Morton.

By: MacLaren, D. (Don).
Contributor(s): Morton, James, 1982-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wiley SportTexts series: Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken NJ : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012Description: xiii, 249 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780470091845 (hardback); 0470091843 (hardback); 9780470091852 (paper); 0470091851 (paper); 9780470091869 (eISBN); 047009186X (eISBN); 9781119967828 (ePub); 1119967821 (ePub); 9781119967835 (Mobi); 111996783X (Mobi).Subject(s): Human mechanics | Biochemistry | Sports -- Physiological aspects | Exercise -- Physiological aspects | Energy metabolism | Muscles -- MetabolismDDC classification: 612.7/6 Other classification: MED084000
Contents:
Ch. 1. Basic muscle physiology and energetics -- 1. Energy sources for muscular activity -- 2. Skeletal muscle structure and function -- 3. Biochemical concepts -- Ch. 2. Fundamentals of sport and exercise biochemistry -- 4. Proteins -- 5. Carbohydrates -- 6. Lipids -- Ch. 3. Metabolic regulation in sport and exercise -- 7. Principles of metabolic regulation -- 8. High-intensity exercise -- 9. Endurance exercise -- 10. High-intensity intermittent exercise
Summary: "This book will provide them with the basics of the subject presented in a clear, accessible style placed firmly within a sporting context"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. Basic muscle physiology and energetics -- 1. Energy sources for muscular activity -- 2. Skeletal muscle structure and function -- 3. Biochemical concepts -- Ch. 2. Fundamentals of sport and exercise biochemistry -- 4. Proteins -- 5. Carbohydrates -- 6. Lipids -- Ch. 3. Metabolic regulation in sport and exercise -- 7. Principles of metabolic regulation -- 8. High-intensity exercise -- 9. Endurance exercise -- 10. High-intensity intermittent exercise

"This book will provide them with the basics of the subject presented in a clear, accessible style placed firmly within a sporting context"--Provided by publisher.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

<p> Don MacLaren is currently Professor of Sports Nutrition at Liverpool. He has taught physiology, biochemistry and nutrition at JMU for a number of years. He is Chair of the BASES Sports Nutrition interest group and is a member of the Sport & Exercise Nutrition working party under the auspices of the Nutrition Society.</p> <p> James Morton is a lecturer in sports metabolism. He has twice received 'Young Investigator Awards' from the European College of Sports Science, in 2006 and 2008.</p>

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