The Student's Anatomy of Exercise Manual
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|Format: ||Paperback, 192 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 September 2016|
An invaluable learning tool for anatomy and sports science students as well as allied health workers, The Manual of Exercise Anatomy clearly explains how to execute 50 essential exercises properly, providing tips aimed at different fitness levels and including warnings to help you avoid injury. Detailed, full-colour anatomical illustrations show exactly which muscles are used in each exercise - identifying active and stabilizer muscles. Visualizing precisely which muscles are activated during various exercises will not only increase your knowledge of anatomy and your understanding of how the body works, but will also help improve the effectiveness of your workout and rehabilitation routines.
About the Author
Professor Kenneth Ashwell (B.Med.Sc., M.B. B.S., Ph.D. is Professor of Anatomy in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Ken has been teaching anatomy to medical, healthcare, exercise, and science students since 1984, and maintains an active involvement in research on brain development and brain evolution. He has written several books and acted as consultant editor for The Student's Anatomy of Exercise Manual and The Student's Anatomy of Stretching Manual, as well as the bestselling Anatomica.
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