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KIN 621 - Exercise Laboratory Techniques (UNH Durham): Find Books

This course is designed to provide students exposure to the scientific process and hypothesis development as it applies to exercise physiology.

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Energy Metabolism


Exercise--Physiological aspects



Sports medicine



Physical education and training--Physiological aspects



Books are arranged by subject so browse for related books next to the title you are looking for.

This subject is multidisciplinary so useful books will often be found in other call number ranges.

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