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Biomechanics and biology of movement (Loan 4 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Nigg, Benno Maurus. MacIntosh, Brian R. , 1952- Mester, J. (Joachim)
Title Statement
Biomechanics and biology of movement / [edited by] Benno M. Nigg, Brian R. MacIntosh, Joachim Mester.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Champaign :   Human Kinetics,   c2000.  
Physical Medium
xvii, 468 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
ISBN
0736003312
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human mechanics. Human locomotion. Exercise -- Physiological aspects. Energy metabolism.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Contributors = xiii
Introduction / B.M. Nigg ; B.R. MacIntosh ; J. Mester = xv
Part Ⅰ Work and Energy : Work and Energy Historical Highlights = 3
 Chapter 1 Mechanical Considerations of Work and Energy / B.M. Nigg ; D. Stefanyshyn ; J. Denoth = 5
  The Concept of Mechanical Work and Energy = 5
  Mechanical Work = 6
  Mechanical Energy = 8
  Calculation of Mechanical Energy During Human Movement = 8
  The Laws of Conservation of Energy = 11
  Conservation of Energy = 12
  Summary = 17
  References = 17
 Chapter 2 Storage and Release of Elastic Energy in the Locomotor System and the Stretch-Shortening Cycle / R.McN. Alexander = 19
  Principles of Elasticity = 19
  The Properties of Body Parts = 20
  Springs Functioning as Catapults = 25
  Springs Saving Energy = 27
  Springs Cushioning Impacts = 28
  Conclusion = 28
  References = 28
 Chapter 3 Length Changes of Muscle-Tendon Units During Athletic Movements / J.G. Hay = 31
  Elaboration of the Concepts = 31
  Long Jump = 32
  Volleyball Block = 38
  Sprinting = 39
  Cycling = 42
  Summary and Potential Applications = 44
  References = 46
 Chapter 4 Work and Energy Influenced by Athletic Equipment / D.J. Stefanyshyn ; B.M. Nigg = 49
  Energy Return = 49
  Minimizing the Loss of Energy = 54
  Additional Situations With an Unnecessary Loss of Energy = 62
  Situations Where a Loss of Energy is Advantageous = 63
  Summary = 63
  References = 63
 Chapter 5 The Three Modes of Terrestrial Locomotion / A.E. Minetti = 67
  Mechanics and Energetics of Locomotion = 67
  Slow Speed : Walking and Brachiation = 69
  Intermediate Speed : Running, Trotting, and Hopping = 72
  High Speed : Galloping and Skipping = 73
  Gait Transition = 76
  Gradient Locomotion = 76
  Different Gravity Conditions = 77
  Summary and Potential Applications = 77
  References = 78
 Chapter 6 The Pathways for Oxygen and Substrates / H. Hoppeler ; E.R. Weibel = 79
  The Primary Concepts = 79
  Historical Highlights = 80
  Model of the Respiratory System = 80
  Muscle Mitochondria Set the Demand for Oxygen = 85
  Supply of Substrates From Cellular Stores to Mitochondria = 89
  Microcirculatory Supply of Oxygen and Substrates = 91
  Convective Transport of Oxygen and Substrates by the Heart = 94
  Oxygen Diffusion in the Lung = 95
  Conclusions = 98
  References = 98
 Chapter 7 Energy and Nutrient Intake for Athletic Performance / P.W.R. Lemon = 103
  Food Energy = 104
  Carbohydrate = 105
  Fat = 108
  Protein = 110
  Water = 115
  Minerals = 117
  Vitamins = 121
  Summary and Potential Applications = 122
  References = 123
 Chapter 8 Intensity of Cycling and Cycle Ergometry : Power Output and Energy Cost / B.R. MacIntosh ; R.R. Neptune ; A.J. van den Bogert = 129
  Primary Concepts = 129
  Ergometer Cycling = 131
  Road Cycling = 132
  Kinematic Methods = 134
  Kinetic Methods = 134
  Indirect Calorimetry = 138
  Steady State Energetics = 139
  Determinants of Steady State Energy Cost of Cyclie Ergometry = 140
  Slow Component of Oxygen Uptake = 142
  Supramaximal Energy Use, Anaerobic Metabolism = 144
  Measurement of the Energy Cost of Cycling = 144
  Summary = 145
  References = 146
  Work and Energy Summary = 149
  Work and Energy Definitions = 155
Part Ⅱ Balance and Control of Movement : Balance and Control of Movement Historical Highlights = 161
 Chapter 9 Basic Concepts of Movement Control / R. Stein ; E.P. Zehr ; J. Bobet = 163
  Review of Control Theory = 163
  Feedforward(Muscle) Control = 164
  Isometric Contractions = 164
  Force-Length Curve = 166
  Force-Velocity Curve = 167
  Feedback(Reflex) Control = 169
  Stretch Reflexes and Servo-Control = 170
  Servo-Assistance and Fusimotor Set = 171
  Inhibitory Modulation = 171
  Golgi Tendon Organs = 172
  Cutaneous Receptors = 172
  Central Control of Locomotion = 174
  References = 176
 Chapter 10 Muscle Activation and Movement Control / W. Herzog = 179
  Muscle Activation = 179
  Movement Control : Experimental Considerations = 181
  Movement Control : Theoretical Considerations = 185
  Applications to Sport Science = 187
  Final Comments = 191
  References = 191
 Chapter 11 Power Output and Force-Velocity Properties of Muscle / B.R. MacIntosh ; R.J. Holash = 193
  The Primary Concepts = 193
  Shape of the Force- and Power-Velocity Relationships = 194
  Muscle Architecture and the Force-Velocity Relationship = 197
  Ways of Studying Force-Velocity Properties = 200
  Factors Affecting the Force- and Power-Velocity Relationships = 202
  A Model of Force-Velocity Properties for Mixed Fiber Types = 204
  Functional Implications of the Force-Velocity Properties of Muscle = 207
  Concluding Remarks = 208
  References = 208
 Chapter 12 Stability and Control of Aerial Movements / M.R. Yeadon ; E.C. Mikulcik = 211
  Statement of the Problem = 211
  Primary Concepts = 212
  Elaboration of Concepts = 212
  Film Analysis = 217
  Summary and Potential Applications = 220
  References = 221
 Chapter 13 Movement Control and Balance in Earthbound Movements / J. Mester = 223
  Statement of the Problem = 223
  The Primary Concepts = 223
  Elaboration of Concepts = 224
  Bottom-Up Regulation : Building Up Posture and Balance Against Gravity = 226
  Top-Down Regulation : Central Input and Supervision = 228
  Control and Balance of Directional Earthbound Movements = 229
  Balance in Standing Upright Under High External Forces = 233
  Balance in Sitting Under Low External Forces = 235
  Movement Control Under Time Pressure = 236
  Summary and Potential Applications = 238
  References = 238
  Balance and Control of Movement Summary = 241
  Balance and Control of Movement Definitions = 245
Part Ⅲ Load During Physical Activity : Load During Physical Activity Historical Highlights = 249
 Chapter 14 Forces Acting on and in the Human Body / B.M. Nigg = 253
  Definitions and General Comments = 253
  The Force System Analysis = 261
  Order of Magnitude of Forces = 265
  Summary = 266
  References = 266
 Chapter 15 Force Production in Human Skeletal Muscle / W. Herzog = 269
  Structure and Morphology of Skeletal Muscle = 269
  Gross Structure of Skeletal Muscle = 272
  Excitation-Contraction Coupling = 272
  The Cross-Bridge Theory = 273
  Muscle Force = 275
  History Dependence of Force Production = 280
  Final Comments = 280
  References = 281
 Chapter 16 Mechanical Effects of Forces Acting on Bone, Cartilage, Ligaments, and Tendons / D.D. Anderson ; D.J. Adams ; J.E. Hale = 283
  The Primary Concepts = 283
  Characterizing Mechanical Properties = 284
  Hierarchy : A Composite Structural Theme in Musculoskeletal Tissues = 288
  Summary and Potential Applications = 302
  References = 303
 Chapter 17 Biological Response to Forces Acting in the Locomotor System / K.J. Fischer = 307
  Statement of the Problem = 307
  The Primary Concepts = 308
  Bone Adaptation = 308
  Articular Cartilage Adaptation = 313
  Tendon Adaptation = 317
  Ligament Adaptation = 320
  Summary and Potential Applications = 324
  References = 324
 Chapter 18 Prevention of Excessive Forces With Braces and Orthotics / A. Gollhofer ; W. Alt ; H. Lohrer = 331
  The Primary Concepts = 331
  The Ankle Joint = 331
  The Knee Joint = 339
  Further Bracing Applications = 344
  Summary and Potential Application = 344
  Conclusions = 345
  References = 345
  Load During Physical Activity Summary = 351
  Load During Physical Activity Definitions = 355
Part Ⅳ Fatigue and Exercise : Fatigue and Exercise Historical Highlights = 363
 Chapter 19 Contractile Changes and Mechanisms of Muscle Fatigue / B.R. MacIntosh ; D.G. Allen = 365
  Primary Concepts = 365
  Ways of Studying Fatigue = 366
  Contractile Consequences Associated With Fatigue = 368
  Cellular Mechanisms of Muscle Fatigue = 372
  Summary = 378
  References = 378
 Chapter 20 Stretch- Shortening Cycle Fatigue / P.V. Komi ; C. Nicol = 385
  Muscle Fatigue During Isolated Eccentric Actions = 386
  Eccentrically Induced Muscle Damage and Soreness = 387
  Specific Functional Effects of Fatiguing SSC Exercises = 392
  Concluding Hypothesis = 403
  References = 404
 Chapter 21 Muscle Fatigue Monitored by Force, Surface Mechanomyogram, and EMG / C. Orizio = 409
  Fatigue : Local Muscle Fiber Changes and Muscle Motor Control Alterations = 410
  Changes in Muscle Mechanical and Electrical Signals = 414
  Applications = 427
  Concluding Remarks = 428
  References = 428
 Fatigue and Exercise Summary = 435
 Fatigue and Exercise Definitions = 439
Name Index = 441
Subject Index = 451
About the Editors = 467


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