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Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual is a comprehensive resource for instructors and students interested in practical laboratory experiences related to the field of exercise physiology. This program can be used as both a standalone lab manual or as a complement to any exercise physiology textbook. Students will come away with thorough instruction on the measurement and evaluation of muscular strength, anaerobic and aerobic fitness, cardiovascular function, respiratory function, flexibility, and body composition.
CHAPTER 1: Introduction and Terminology
CHAPTER 2: Units of Measure
CHAPTER 3: Collection of Basic Data
CHAPTER 4: Isotonic (Dynamic) Strength
CHAPTER 5: Isometric (Static) Strength
CHAPTER 6: Isokinetic Strength
CHAPTER 7: Sprinting—"Horizontal Power"
CHAPTER 8: Jumping—Vertical Power
CHAPTER 9: Anaerobic Cycling
CHAPTER 10: Anaerobic Stepping
CHAPTER 11: Anaerobic Treadmill Running
CHAPTER 12: Aerobic Running, Jogging, and Walking
CHAPTER 13: Aerobic Stepping
CHAPTER 14: Aerobic Cycling
CHAPTER 15: Maximal Oxygen Consumption
CHAPTER 16: Resting Blood Pressure
CHAPTER 17: Exercise Blood Pressure
CHAPTER 18: Resting Electrocardiogram
CHAPTER 19: Exercise Electrocardiogram
CHAPTER 20: Resting Lung Volumes CHAPTER 21: Exercise Ventilation
CHAPTER 22: Flexibility
CHAPTER 23: Body Mass Index
CHAPTER 24: Girths and Ratios
CHAPTER 25: Skinfolds
CHAPTER 26: Hydrostatic Weighing
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