Physiological Assessment of Human Fitness
Peter J. Maud, Carl Foster
Human Kinetics, 1995 - Medical - 296 pages
This text provides detailed descriptions of a wide range of accepted fitness assessment methods, with an emphasis on testing the general population. It includes contributions from a team of exercise physiologists, describing the techniques, procedures and norms for accurate and effective fitness testing.
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Parameters of Fitness Assessment
Direct Determination of Aerobic Power
Measurement of Pulmonary Gas Exchange
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