History Of Exercise Physiology

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History of Exercise Physiology

History of Exercise Physiology brings together leading authorities in the profession to present this first-of-its-kind resource that is certain to become an essential reference for exercise physiology researchers and practitioners. The contributing authors were selected based on their significant contributions to the field, including many examples in which they were part of seminal research. The result of this vast undertaking is the most comprehensive resource on exercise physiology research ever compiled.
Exercise physiology research is ongoing, and its knowledge base is stronger than ever. But today's scholars owe much of their success to their predecessors. The contributors to this book believe it is essential for exercise physiologists to understand the past when approaching the future, and they have compiled this reference to aid in that process. The text includes the following features:


Well illustrated with figures and photos, History of Exercise Physiology helps readers understand the research findings and meet the most prominent professionals in the field. From studying great thinkers of antiquity and cutting-edge work done by pioneers at research institutions, to exploring the inner workings of all the body's systems, researchers will gain a precise understanding of what happens when human bodies move--and who influenced and furthered that understanding.
Contents:
Preface
Contributors
Part I: Antiquity, Early Laboratories, and Entering the 21st Century
Chapter 1. Antiquity to the Early Years of the 20th Century
Charles M. Tipton
Chapter 2. Influence of Scandinavian Scientists in Exercise Physiology
P.-O. ÃÂ…strand
Chapter 3. Contributions From the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory
Charles M. Tipton and G. Edgar Folk, Jr.
Chapter 4.Contributions From German Laboratories
Wildor Hollmann
Chapter 5. PhD Specialization and Incorporating Molecular Biology Into Exercise Biology and Physiology Research
P. Darrell Neufer and Charles M. Tipton
Chapter 6. Contributions From Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre
Peter B. Raven, Michael Kjaer, and Ylva Hellsten
Chapter 7. Genomics, Genetics, and Exercise Biology
Claude Bouchard and Robert M. Malina

Part II: A Century of Discoveries (1910-2010)
Chapter 8. The Sensorimotor Nervous System
Phillip F. Gardiner and V. Reggie Edgerton
Chapter 9. The Autonomic Nervous System in Exercise: An Integrative View
Katarina T. Borer
Chapter 10. The Respiratory System
Brian J. Whipp and Susan A. Ward
Chapter 11. The Oxygen Transport System: Maximal Oxygen Uptake
Peter G. Snell, Benjamin D. Levine, and Jere H. Mitchell
Chapter 12. The Cardiovascular System: Central Influences
Charles M. Tipton
Chapter 13. The Cardiovascular System: Peripheral Circulation
Grant H. Simmons, Bruno Roseguini, Jaume Padilla, and M. Harold Laughlin
Chapter 14. The Muscular System: Muscle Plasticity
Kenneth M. Baldwin, and Fadia Haddad
Chapter 15. The Endocrine System: Actions of Select Hormones
Peter A. Farrell, and Henrik Galbo
Chapter 16. The Gastrointestinal System
G. Patrick Lambert
Chapter 17. Metabolic Systems: Substrate Utilization
Andrew R. Coggan
Chapter 18. Metabolic Systems: The Formation and Utilization of Lactate
George A. Brooks
Chapter 19. The Temperature Regulatory System
Suzanne Schneider and Pope Moseley
Chapter 20. The Renal System
Jacques R. Poortmans and Edward J. Zambraski
Chapter 21. The Immune System
Roy J. Shephard
Chapter 22. The Skeletal System
Sarah L. Manske, Grant C. Goulet, and Ronald F. Zernicke

Index
About the Editor
Audiences:

A comprehensive reference and textbook primarily for exercise physiologists, researchers and historians in kinesiology and exercise science, and students in upper-level courses on special topics in exercise physiology.

Author:

  • Charles M. Tipton, PhD
    Reviews:

    “This book is the first to focus on the history of exercise physiology. The content is rich and well supported by the most pertinent findings from the field, both historical and current.”

    --Doody’s Book Review (5-star review)

    “It packs in tables, charts, bibliographic references, and plenty of detail and it’s filled with important insights for any who want to better understand the technical relationship between exercise and the body’s functioning, making it a pick for sports and health collections alike.”

    --The Midwest Book Review


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