By D. Maclaren
The overseas Symposium on Biomechanics and drugs in Swimming, held each 4 years less than the aegis of the foreign Society of Biomechanics and the realm fee of activities Biomechanics, offers a discussion board during which study regarding swimming is suggested and difficulties that confront swimming practitioners are debated. This quantity includes the papers awarded on the 6th symposium. The keynote addresses coated lactate metabolism, functionality deciding upon elements and the research of dash swimming. The contributed papers variety largely throughout activities technological know-how, training and coaching and activities medication.
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Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming Volume 1 by D. Maclaren