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Bioenergetics Primer for Exercise Science Paperback – Sep 20 2007

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This is a best buy. Feb. 3 2009
By Michael Ross - Published on
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I like this volume! I learned something about biological energy system, but I had to use several texts. This book seems to have everything in one place.
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The book that fits everyone!!! Dec 23 2008
By Josephine Kelly - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book is quite thorough and has almost all the info I need as I am trying to understand how energy is consumed and flows in our body. I am a registered dietitian, and I found this book to be a pretty good resource.
Great book with plenty of information and easier than expected to read May 28 2014
By Bri Guy - Published on
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I'm a personal trainer and this subject is very important to know but may trainers either don't wan't learn about this subject or are confident that they already know it. The first couple chapters were bit tough to get through just because of the unfamiliar biology terms being used straight away. (but that would obviously not apply to everyone and that is how you learn) I powered through and the terms and principles made more and more sense as I got deeper in. I don't know how the author managed to cover so much material and in such a concise and clear way in so few pages. I read the book in about day, and I revisit sections almost daily just to be certain I understood it and didn't draw my own conclusions from misunderstandings or lack of focus. I definitely learned a lot from this book, but I have more questions now then when I started; just because there is so much to learn in this area and one book can't possibly cover everything.