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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Johnson, Arthur T.
This broad-based overview describes human physiology under the stressful conditions of exercise. Divided into five chapters, it covers general exercise limitations; biomechanics; cardiovascular responses; respiratory responses; and thermal responses. Unique in its presentation, the book incorporates mathematical models as a means of quantifying and integrating physiological and engineering analysis. In addition, the figures and tables all use dual systems of units--the conventional set and the consistent set--which allows readers to see data in either set of units, making it useful for both engineers and health practitioners.Johnson, Arthur T. is the author of 'Biomechanics And Exercise Physiology Quantitative Modeling', published 2007 under ISBN 9781574449068 and ISBN 1574449060.
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