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Swimming Fastest : A Comprehensive Guide to the Science of Swimming
Ratings and Reviews Write a review. It’s the one source that you can turn to for reliable information about hydrodynamics and exercise physiology, giving you all the information you need to evaluate present and future concepts of training and stroke mechanics.
He also explores mqglischo roles of stroke rate, stroke length, and drag reduction and reevaluates the role of lift forces and the Bernoulli principle in swimming propulsion.
Front Crawl Stroke 5. Part III addresses topics that pertain specifically to competition and racing.
Becky Stocking rated it liked it Jul 18, This book is the definitive reference on stroke technique and training methods for swimming. Open to the public Maglischo also presents important new studies that define the relationship between endurance and sprint training, and he suggests their implications for training.
The University of Melbourne. Every swimming coach and serious swimmer will benefit from this book. Maglischo also presents important new studies that define the relationship between endurance and sprint training, and he suggests their implications for training.
Swimming Fastest will be the first resource you turn to when you want to trim precious seconds off your best times.
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The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. He also explores the roles of stroke rate, stroke length, and drag reduction and reevaluates the role of lift forces and the Bernoulli principle in swimming propulsion. My library Help Advanced Book Search. In part I Maglischo masterfully explains the mechanics of competitive swimming. Swimming — Physiological aspects. Juan rated it it was amazing Feb 27, These 6 locations in New South Wales: The University of Sydney. The University of Melbourne Library.
This book is a one-stop shop for any swim coach on just about any topic of importance.
Swimming Fastest by Ernest W. Maglischo (2003, Hardcover)
Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user name at the top right of any screen. Maglischo coached swimming for 38 years, working at four universities and two swim clubs. In Swimming Fastest–a revised and updated version of one of the best books ever written on competitive swimming–author Swimmming Maglischo reveals the science behind the training principles that led his Skip to main content.
This book is a source that coaches and athletes will pull down from their shelves again and again for reference. There is a surprising amount of space dedicated to the basic question of “wh How ironic to see a book on swimming that if held in the water, the sheer size and heft would doom even the strongest swimmer. A textbook on all aspects of swimming, save keeping yourself aloft.
University of Sydney Library. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. No trivia or quizzes yet. He explains the complex relationship between stroke length and stroke rate and swimming speed, and he reviews recent findings on the physical basis of swimming propulsion and the techniques that swimmers use to apply propulsive force.
It is very research-based so it’s not just one author’s opinion. Show More Show Less. Physiological Responses to Magilscho Lists with This Book. Phil rated it really liked it Aug 21,