By V. Zatsiorsky
Biomechanics in Sport is a special reference textual content ready through the major international specialists in activity biomechanics. Over thirty chapters disguise a huge spectrum of issues, starting from muscle mechanics to damage prevention, and from aerial stream to wheelchair recreation. The biomechanics of activities together with working, skating, snowboarding, swimming, leaping in athletics, determine skating, ski leaping, diving, javelin and hammer throwing, shot placing, and amazing activities are all defined.
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