Essentials of Weightlifting and Powerlifting [NOOK Book]

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This edition of Essentials of weightlifting and strength training emphasizes weightlifting and its supporting exercises in the following six chapters: Chapter 1: ...
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This edition of Essentials of weightlifting and strength training emphasizes weightlifting and its supporting exercises in the following six chapters: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 5: Powerlifting Chapter 8: The Snatch Lift Chapter 9: The Clean & Jerk Chapter 10: Endurance vs. Strength Chapter 11: Axial Training vs. Peripheral Training Glossary


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Preface
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. RECOGNITION OF A FORGOTTEN SPORT
1.2 MYSTICAL THINKING AND SPORT
1.3. LOGICAL INFERENCE AND SPORT... (Read more) Preface
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. RECOGNITION OF A FORGOTTEN SPORT
1.2 MYSTICAL THINKING AND SPORT
1.3. LOGICAL INFERENCE AND SPORT
1.4. ROLE OF HERD CONVICTION IN SPORT
1.5. STIGMA ABOUT WEIGHTLIFTING
1.6. SOCIAL CHANGES AND SPORT
1.7. STATE OF KNOWLEDGE
1.8. DISCIPLINE
1.9. DEBATES
1.10. NUTRITION, EXERCISE, AND REST
1.11. STORY OF A LITTLE OLD LADY
1.12. SOUND WORKOUT PLAN
1.13. BASIC RULES
1.14. EXERCISE SEQUENCE
1.15. MODESTY AND POSTURE
1.16. TODAY’S GYM
1.17. PROPER EQUIPMENTS OF RESISTANCE TRAINING
1.18. SERIOUS DAILY HABITS
1.19. HIGHLIGHTS OF CHAPTER ONE

5. POWERLIFTING
5.1. BASICS OF PHYSICAL POWER
5.2. POWERLIFTING ASSISTING EXERCISES
5.2.1. Back Squat
5.2.2. Front Squat
5.2.3. Overhead Squat
5.2.4. Military Clean
5.2.5. Power Clean
5.2.6. Hang Clean
5.2.7. Military Snatch
5.2.8. Power Snatch
5.2.9. Deadlift
5.2.10. Bench Press
5.3. PLANS OF POWERLIFTING TRAINING
5.3.1. Parallel Routine
5.3.2. Serial Routine
5.4. MUSCULAR IMBALANCE
5.5. POWER BOOSTING MODALITIES
5.5.1. Super sets
5.5.2. High Intensity Training
5.5.3. Slow Motion Training
5.5.4. Plyometrics
5.5.5. Calisthenics
5.6. OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING VS POWERLIFTING
5.6.1. Lifting Belt
5.6.2. Supportive Clothing
5.6.3. Knee Wraps
5.6.4. Squatting Style
5.6.5. Power Versus Strength
5.6.6. Drug Doping
5.6.7. Mobility
5.6.8. Load Volume
5.6.9. Longevity
5.6.10. Popularity

8. THE SNATCH LIFT
8.1. STANDARD SNATCH TECHNIQUE
8.2. CONTEST RULES OF THE SNATCH LIFT
8.3. TRAINING PRACTICE ON THE SNATCH LIFT
8.4. SPECIFIC FEATURES OF THE MECHANISM OF EXECUTION OF THE SNATCH
8.5. LEARNING THE SNATCH LIFT
8.6. START POSITION OF THE SNATCH
8.7. PHASE OF ACCELERATION OF THE SNATCH
8.8. PHASE OF INITIATING MOMENTUM OF THE SNATCH
8.9. PHASE OF MAXIMAL SPEED OF THE SNATCH
8.10. PHASE OF MAXIMAL MOMENTUM OF THE SNATCH
8.11. PHASE OF SHOULDER ABDUCTION OF THE SNATCH
8.12. PHASE OF DESCENT OF THE SNATCH
8.13. PHASE OF FULL SQUAT SNATCH
8.14. PHASE OF FULL ASCENT OF SNATCH
8.15. TEACHING THE SNATCH LIFT

9. THE CLEAN & JERK
9.1. STANDARD TECHNIQUE OF THE CLEAN
9.1.1. Preparation
9.1.2. Induction of acceleration
9.1.3. Induction of speed
9.1.4. Induction of momentum
9.1.5. Induction of weightlessness
9.1.6. Descent under the bar
9.1.7. Full Squat Clean
9.1.8. Ascent from the Clean Squat
9.1.9. Finalizing the Clean
9.2. STANDARD TECHNIQUE OF THE JERK
9.3. CONTEST RULES OF THE CLEAN AND JERK LIFT
9.4. TRAINING PRACTICE ON THE CLEAN AND JERK LIFT
9.5. PROPER LIFTING TECHNIQUE FOR THE CLEAN AND JERK
9.6. PROS AND CONS OF EXPLOSIVE WEIGHT TRAINING
9.7. ERRORS IN THE CLEAN AND JERK
9.8. MANAGING TRAINING LOAD INTENSITY AND VOLUME


10. ENDURANCE VS. STRENGTH
10.1. PHYSICAL ENDURANCE
10.2. VENTILATION, PERFUSION, AND CIRCULATION
10.3. RUNNING FOR ENDURANCE AND STRENGTH
10.4. TRAINING FOR ENDURANCE AND STRENGTH
10.4.2. Load volume and intensity in endurance and strength training
10.5. ADAPTATION TO EXERCISE
10.6. EFFECTS OF AGE ON STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE
10.7. PLYOMETRICS
10.8. HIGHLIGHTS OF CHAPTER TEN

11. AXIAL TRAINING VERSUS PERIPHERAL TRAINING
11.1. AXIAL TRAINING VERSUS PERIPHERAL TRAINING
11.2. EFFECT OF TRAINING EMPHASIS ON BODY COMPOSITION
11.3. EFFECT OF TRAINING EMPHASIS ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION
11.4. EFFECT OF TRAINING EMPHASIS ON MUSCULOSKELETAL FUNCTIONS
11.5. EFFECT OF TRAINING EMPHASIS ON POWER OUTPUT
11.6. EFFECT OF TRAINING EMPHASIS ON SPEED
11.7. HIGHLIGHTS OF CHAPTER ELEVEN
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013649095
  • Publisher: Shaymaa Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 8/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 901,471
  • File size: 3 MB

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