Human Fatigue: Evolution, Health and Performance explores the causes of fatigue, its effects on the body’s systems, and why we evolved to feel it.
What does this book cover?
Human Fatigue: Evolution, Health and Performance is a big part of the Routledge Research in Sport and Exercise Science textbook series. It is a great way to understand the evolutionarily adaptive nature of human fatigue. It explores our unusual fatigue resistance compared to other animals, and the implications this has on exercise, training and injury.
Human Fatigue: Evolution, Health and Performance also addresses:
About the Author
Professor Francesco E Marino teaches Physiology at Charles Sturt University. He also serves as the Head of their School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health. Professor Marino occasionally teaches at Harvard University, the University of Verona and the University of Cape Town, as a Visiting Professor. He won the Memorial Spitfire Fellowship for his work in 2016.
Human Fatigue: Evolution, Health and Performance is an excellent textbook for graduate or undergraduate level sports science classes.