Part I Energy, Metabolism, Work, and Power 1 An Introduction to Exercise Physiology 2 Exercise: A Challenge of Homeostatic Control 3 Metabolism 4 Ergometry and Calorimetry Part II Systemic Response to Exercise 5 Neuromuscular Function and Adaptations to Exercise 6 Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise 7 Cardiovascular Function and Adaptation to Exercise 8 Pulmonary Adaptations to Exercise 9 Endocrine Adaptations to Exercise Part III Methods to Improve Exercise Performance 10 Training for Sport and Performance 11 Resistance Exercise and Muscular Strength 12 Exercise Nutrition Part IV Measurements of Fitness and Exercise Performance 13 Ergogenic Aids 14 Measuring Endurance and Anaerobic Capacity 15. Body Composition and Weight Control Part V: Special Topics 16. Growth, Development, Aging, and Exercise 17. Exercise in Differing Environments 18. Gender and Exercise Performance 19. Exercise, Health, and Disease Prevention 20. Clinical Exercise Physiology Appendices Professional Issues in Career Opportunities Internet Home Pages Pertinent to Exercise Physiology Conversion Units Gas Volumes and Indirect Calorimetry Energy Expenditure Recommended Dietary Allowances Canadian Food Guide Nutrient Recommendations for CanadiansRobergs, Robert A. is the author of 'Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology For Fitness, Performance, and Health' with ISBN 9780072462159 and ISBN 0072462159.