Sport Culture and Sociology examines the role that sport has played in human society from primitive cultures to the present day. Did sport begin simply for practical reasons such as training soldiers for war, or do humans have a less practical need to play active, physical games? How have different games migrated around the world, and what effect have new cultures had on these imports? Exciting and varied case studies are used throughout this book to illustrate issues and concepts.
Fundamentals of Sport and Exercise Nutrition
Getting Ahead: Drugs, Technology, and Competitive Advantage
Doping in Sport: Global Ethical Issues
Nutrition for Sport and Exercise
The Physiology of Training for High Performance
The Complete Guide to Sports Nutrition