NASM essentials of sports performance training
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NASM essentials of sports performance training


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research provided and reviewed by
some of the most well-respected Sports Performance Professionals in the industry. Some
of the new content update highlights include:
1. Over 30 different performance assessments measuring movement efficiency, stability,
strength, muscular endurance, cardiorespiratory efficiency, speed, agility, quickness,
and power.
2. Sports-specific assessments, programming strategies, and example programs for the
below sports:
1. Football
2. Baseball
3. Basketball
4. Soccer
5. Hockey
6. Golf
3. A greatly improved Speed, Agility, and Quickness (SAQ) chapter with nearly 40 differ-
ent SAQ drills
4. Almost 400 exercises in the categories of flexibility, core, balance, plyometrics, speed,
agility, quickness, and resistance training.
5. Glossary of Terms\u2014We\u2019ve also updated our Glossary of Terms to include a larger num-
ber of terms and definitions and added an index for easy navigation when searching for
topics, concepts, or programming strategies.
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NEW CONTENT xi
The new textbook comes with a variety of new educational features. These features include:
\u2022 New illustrations that visually bring principles and concepts to life
\u2022 Updated tables that summarize additional information not included in the body of the
text
\u2022 New anatomical images that clearly identify important structures of the nervous, muscu-
loskeletal, and cardiorespiratory systems
\u2022 Time Out and Key Term sidebars to highlight important principles and concepts
\u2022 End-of-chapter summaries for quick-hitting chapter highlights
\u2022 Updated exercise photos that show proper execution and progression variety.
Pedagogical Features
Additional Resources
NASM\u2019S Essentials of Sports Performance Training includes additional resources for both instruc-
tors and students that are available on the book\u2019s companion website at thePoint.lww.com/
NASMPES. 
Instructor Resources
Approved adopting instructors will be given access to the following additional resources:
\u2022 Answer key to lab-based activities
\u2022 Image bank 
\u2022 Brownstone test generator
\u2022 PowerPoint presentations
\u2022 WebCT- and Blackboard-ready cartridges
Student Resources
\u2022 Video clips 
\u2022 Quiz bank
\u2022 Lab-based activities
\u2022 Features about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Administering First Aid, and AED
(Automated External Defibrillators)
In addition, purchasers of the text can access the searchable Full Text On-line by going to the
NASM\u2019s Essentials of Sports Performance Training website at http://thePoint.lww.com. See the inside
front cover of this text for more details, including the passcode you will need to gain access to the
website.
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Contributors
Mike Bahn, MS, PES, CSCS
Strength and Conditioning Coordinator
Phoenix Coyotes
Michelle C. Boling, PhD, ATC
Assistant Professor
Department of Athletic Training &
Physical Therapy
Brooks College of Health
University of North Florida
Cathleen N. Brown, PhD, ATC
Department of Kinesiology
University of Georgia
Joe Carbone, MS, CSCS
Sports Performance Director, Velocity SP
Former Strength & Conditioning Coach 
Los Angeles Lakers
Micheal A. Clark, DPT, MS, PES, CES
CEO
National Academy of Sports Medicine
John Cone, MS, CSCS
Cone Fitness Training & Consulting LLC
Michael Gervais, PhD
CEO, Director of Performance
Psychology
Pinnacle Performance Center, Inc.
Benjamin Goerger, MS, ATC
Department of Exercise and Sport
Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill
Jennifer E. Ketterly, MS, RD
Campus Health Services Sports Medicine
& Department of Athletics
University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill
Brett Klika, CSCS
Director of Athletic Performance
Fitness Quest 10
Scott C. Lucett, MS, PES, CES, NASM\u2013CPT
Director of Education
National Academy of Sports Medicine
Joseph B. Myers, PhD, ATC 
Assistant Professor 
Department of Exercise and Sport
Science 
University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill 
Darin A. Padua, PhD, ATC
Associate Professor
Director, Sports Medicine Research
Laboratory
Department of Exercise and Sport
Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Peter Papadogiannis, PhD
Senior Research Associate
Multi-Health Systems Inc.
Erik Phillips, ATC-L, PES, CES
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach/
Asst Athletic Trainer
Phoenix Suns
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CONTRIBUTORS xiii
Chuck Thigpen, PT, PhD, ATC
Assistant Professor
Department of Athletic Training &
Physical Therapy
Brooks College of Health
University of North Florida
C. Alan Titchenal, PhD, CNS
Associate Professor
Human Nutrition, Food and Animal
Sciences
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Tyler Wallace, PES, CES
Vice President of Product Development
National Academy of Sports Medicine
Ben Potenziano, M.Ed, LATC, CES
Strength and Conditioning
Coordinator
San Francisco Giants
Paul Robbins, MS
Metabolic Specialist
Athletes Performance
Cedric Smith
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Kansas City Chiefs
Bob Takano, CSCS
Member
USA Weightlifting Hall of Fame
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Reviewers
Todd Durkin, MA, CSCS, NCTMB
Owner & Performance Coach, Fitness
Quest 10 & Todd Durkin Enterprises
Head, Under Armour Performance
Training Council
Kevin Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC
Professor and Chair
Department of Exercise and Sports
Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill
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Marjorie A. King, PhD, ATC, PT
Director of Graduate Athletic Training
Education
Plymouth State University 
Gay Riley, MS, RD, CCN
Founder of netnutritionist.com
Matthew Rhea, PhD
Director of Human Movement MS
Program
Arizona School of Health Sciences
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Acknowledgments
We would like to thank our photographer, Ben Bercovici, President of In Sync Production
(Calabasas, CA), and his talented staff: Mark Mardoyan, Dave Whittaker, Justin Duquette, Dan
Mardoyan, Francisco Gonzales, Donald Bogner, Robert Bunce, Arpee Markarian, Jeff Sterling, Su-
san Bercovici, and Joshua Bobrove. 
A special acknowledgment goes out to our models, who made all of these exercises look
easy: Christine Silva, Steven McDougal, Joey Metz, Rian Chab, Jessica Kern, Geoff Etherson, Mon-
ica Munson, Harold Spencer, Alexis Weatherspoon, Golden Goodwin, and Sean Brown.
Finally, a special thank you to Jim Benkert, who coordinated our shoot at Westlake High
School (Westlake Village, CA). Photos were also taken at the NASM Headquarters in Calabasas, CA.
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Contents
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Mission ...................................................................................................................................................... iii
Code of Conduct .....................................................................................................................................iv
Preface ...................................................................................................................................................... vi
Letter from the CEO.............................................................................................................................viii
New Content .............................................................................................................................................x
Contributors .......................................................................................................................................... xii
Reviewers ..............................................................................................................................................