Kinanthropometry and Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual: Tests, Procedures and Data
Volume One: Anthropometry, 3rd Edition
Edited by Roger Eston, Tom Reilly
Routledge – 2009 – 352 pages
Kinanthropometry is the study of human body size, shape and form and how those characteristics relate to human movement and sporting performance. In this fully updated and revised edition of the classic guide to kinanthropometric theory and practice, leading international sport and exercise scientists offer a clear and comprehensive introduction to essential principles and techniques.
Each chapter guides the reader through the planning and conduct of practical and laboratory sessions and includes a survey of current theory and contemporary literature relating to that topic. The book is fully illustrated and includes worked examples, exercises, research data, chapter summaries and guides to further reading throughout.
Volume One: Anthropometry covers key topics such as:
The Kinanthropometry and Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual is essential reading for all serious students and researchers working in sport and exercise science, kinesiology and human movement.
Roger Eston is Professor of Human Physiology and Head of the School of Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter. Thomas Reilly is Professor of Sports Science and Director of the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University.
Part 1. Body Composition, Proportion and Growth: Implications for health and performance 1. Human Body Composition R. Eston, M. R. Hawes, A. D. Martin and T. P. Reilly 2. Somatotyping W. Duquet and J. E. L. Carter 3. Physical Growth, Maturation and Performance G. Beunen Part 2. Goniometric Aspects of Movement 4. Posture P. H. Dangerfield 5. Flexibility P. Van Roy and J. Borms Part 3. Assessment of Physical Activity and Performance 6. Field Methods of Assessing Physical Activity and Energy Balance A. V. Rowlands 7. Assessment of Performance in Team Games T. Reilly 8. Special Considerations for Assessing Performance in Young Children A. Barker, C. Boreham, E. Van Praagh and A. V. Rowlands Part 4. Special Considerations 9. Anthropometry and Body Image T. S. Olds 10. Statistical Methods in Kinanthropometry and Exercise Physiology A. M. Nevill, G. Atkinson and M. A. Scott 11. Scaling: Adjusting for differences in body size E. M. Winter and A. M. Nevill