Fleck, Steven J.

Designing Resistance Training Programs / Steven J. Fleck, William J. Kraemer. - Fourth Edition. - xi, 507 páginas : fotografias, gráfica, tablas ; 29 cm.

Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.

Chapter 1. Basic Principles of Resistance Training and Exercise Prescription
Basic Definitions
Maximal Voluntary Muscle Actions Intensity
Training Volume
Rest Periods
Velocity Specificity
Muscle Action Specificity
Muscle Group Specificity
Energy Source Specificity
Progressive Overload
Safety Aspects

Chapter 2. Types of Strength Training
Isometric Training
Dynamic Constant External Resistance Training
Variable Resistance Training
Isokinetic Training
Eccentric Training
Considerations for All Types of Training
Comparison of Training Types

Chapter 3. Physiological Adaptations to Resistance Training
Physiological Adaptations
Skeletal Muscle Fibers
Nervous System Adaptations
Body Composition Changes
Hormonal Systems in Resistance Exercise and Training
Connective Tissue
Cardiovascular Adaptations

Chapter 4. Integrating Other Fitness Components
Compatibility of Exercise Programs
Basics of Cardiorespiratory Training
Stretching and Flexibility

Chapter 5. Developing the Individualized Resistance Training Workout
Program Choices
Needs Analysis
Program Design
Acute Program Variables
Training Potential
Setting Program Goals

Chapter 6. Resistance Training Systems and Techniques
Single-Set Systems
Express Circuits
Multiple-Set Systems
Exercise Order Systems
Training Techniques Applicable to Other Systems
Specialized Systems and Techniques

Chapter 7. Advanced Training Strategies
Periodization of Resistance Training
Comparative Studies
Power Development
Two Training Sessions in One Day

Chapter 8. Detraining
Types of Detraining
Physiological Mechanisms of Strength Loss
Effect of Muscle Action Type
Detraining Effects on Bone
Detraining the Bulked-Up Athlete

Chapter 9. Women and Resistance Training
Physiological and Performance Differences Between Sexes
Training in Women
Women’s Hormonal Responses to Resistance Training
Menstrual Cycle
Bone Density
Knee Injuries
General Needs Analysis

Chapter 10. Children and Resistance Training
Training Adaptations
Injury Concerns
Program Considerations
Program Progression
Sample Sessions
Equipment Modifications and Organizational Difficulties
Program Philosophy

Chapter 11. Resistance Training for Seniors
Hormonal Changes With Age and Resistance Training
Body Composition Changes in Seniors
Changes in Physical Performance With Age
Resistance Training Adaptations in Seniors
Developing a Resistance Training Program for Seniors.

Designing Resistance Training Programs, Fourth Edition, is a guide to developing individualized training programs for both serious athletes and fitness enthusiasts. In this updated and expanded fourth edition, two of the world’s leading experts on strength training explore how to design scientifically based resistance training programs, modify and adapt programs to meet the needs of special populations, and apply the elements of program design in the real world.

Fleck and Kraemer provide readers with a thorough understanding of the process of designing resistance training programs from both scientific and practical perspectives. As with previous editions, the fourth edition includes comprehensive tables that compare data and conclusions from research on core topics related to design of resistance training programs. By summarizing research and content for the reader, these tables offer a study guide, on-the-job reference, or starting point for further research. Designing Resistance Training Programs, Fourth Edition, is the only resource available that presents the body of research in the field in this organized and comprehensive format.

The fourth edition has been thoroughly revised to present the most current information while retaining the studies that are the basis for concepts, guidelines, and applications in resistance training. Meticulously updated and heavily referenced, the fourth edition contains the following updates:

A full-color interior provides stronger visual appeal for the text.
Sidebars focus on a specific practical question or an applied research concept, allowing readers to connect research to real-life situations.
Multiple detailed tables summarize research from the text, offering an easy way to compare data and conclusions.
A glossary makes it simple to find key terms in one convenient location.
Newly added instructor ancillaries make the fourth edition a true learning resource for the classroom.

Designing Resistance Training Programs, Fourth Edition, begins by outlining the principles of resistance training and exercise prescription, and examines the various types of strength training, including isometrics and eccentric training. This is followed by a discussion of resistance training from a physiological perspective and an overview of how resistance training programs interact with the other conditioning components such as aerobic, interval, plyometric, and flexibility training. Readers will then explore advanced training techniques, how to manipulate training variables in a long-term resistance training program, and ways to plan rest into long-term training that minimizes losses in fitness or performance gains.

An important text for students, researchers, and practitioners, this textbook offers the information and tools to help readers evaluate resistance training programs and better understand the context and efficacy of new data findings in this ever-changing field. Designing Resistance Training Programs, Fourth Edition, is an essential resource for understanding the science behind resistance training and designing evidence-based resistance training programs for any population. This text provides the tools for understanding and designing resistance training programs for almost any situation or need.



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