Fit for Duty
Edition: 1st 1995
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Description: "Founded on 40 years of law enforcement fitness experience and field-tested research involving more than 200 agencies, Fit for Duty provides you with the most complete job-specific training for improving your cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, explosive strength, agility, speed, and anaerobic power. You'll also uncover new strategies for starting up an exercise program and sticking with it, along with the latest dietary guidelines and stress- and weight-management tools. Featuring updated illustrations and all-new photos, this book also provides behavior-change strategies for tobacco cessation and substance abuse prevention and lists professional support organizations." "Fit for Duty is a resource used in FitForce - a comprehensive fitness program that offers training, educational resources, and support services for law enforcement officers. Whether you're physically fit or an exercise rookie, this book will help you achieve your fitness objectives, giving you that extra edge in the line of duty."--BOOK JACKET.
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List price: $23.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Assessing your fitness||p. 1|
|What does fitness mean to an officer?||p. 3|
|How do you get started?||p. 19|
|How fit are you?||p. 35|
|Training for fitness||p. 49|
|Principles of exercise||p. 51|
|Cardiovascular endurance||p. 57|
|Resistance strength training||p. 71|
|Anaerobic fitness||p. 109|
|Managing the lifestyle components of fitness||p. 121|
|Understanding diet and nutrition||p. 123|
|Controlling weight||p. 135|
|Managing stress||p. 143|
|Quitting smoking||p. 151|
|Preventing substance abuse||p. 161|
|Maintaining your fitness||p. 167|
|Setting fitness goals||p. 169|
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