Part I. The Force-Motion Relationship; Chapter 1. Describing Motion; Chapter 2. Movement Forces; Chapter 3. Movement Analysis; Chapter 4. Running, Jumping, and Throwing; Part II. The Motor System; Chapter 5. Excitable Membranes; Chapter 6. Muscle and Motor Units; Chapter 7. Neural Control of Movement; Part III. Adaptability of the Motor System; Chapter 8. Acute; Chapter 9. Chronic Adaptations.
Reviews in UK and European coaching and sport science websites, magazines and journals including BASES' The Sport and Exercise Scientist and International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching. Featured at various sport science events throughout the UK and Europe including UKSCA, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences and the European Congress of Sports Science. Solus emails, inclusion in online.
Roger M. Enoka is professor in the department of integrative physiology at the University of Colorado Boulder and a professor in the departments of medicine (geriatrics) and neurology at the University of Colorado Denver. For more than 30 years, He has focused his research and teaching on the combination of biomechanics and neurophysiology of movement.