The most complete guide to conditioning, fitness and training for all outdoor activities.
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David Musnick M.D. is a Sports and Internal Medicine physician at the Sports Medicine Clinic in Seattle and at the Northwest Center for Environmental Medicine in Bellevue, Washington. In his private practice he specializes in exercise planning, nutrition, functional and environmental medicine, primary care, and a comprehensive conventional and holistic approach to musculoskeletal pain and injuries. He has studied exercise extensively. He is an instructor at the Department of Orthopaedics at the University of Washington and teaches Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine at Bastyr University. He has contributed chapters to two books and written numerous health education pamphlets. He teaches seminars around the country. He lectures on conditioning and injury prevention as well as musculoskeletal differential diagnosis and communication topics. He has taught backpacking, canoeing, cross country skiing and rock climbing. He presently works out regularly and is an avid outdoor enthusiast.
Mark Pierce is an owner of the Sports Reaction Center in Bellevue, Washington, a physical therapy and sports rehabilitation clinic dedicated to the recovery of orthopedic injuries and the physical enhancement of athletes. Pierce, a Sports Medicine Practitioner certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association, has over fifteen years of clinical and field experience in multiple settings. His unique interest in the science of biomechanics and the enhancement of human performance has enabled him to link musculoskeletal rehabilitation and sports specific conditioning. An accomplished athlete in his own right, Pierce, a Two-time NCAA All-American in Track and Field was also the winner of top regional body building competitions. His ongoing continuing medical education, teaching and clinical practice as well as an extensive athletic history, has established him as a valuable Sports Medicine resource to the Pacific Northwest community.
Sandy Elliott is a physical therapist specializing in sports-related rehabilitation and fitness. She lives on Mercer Island, Washington.Review:
For people who don't have access to a personal trainer, [Conditioning for Outdoor Fitness] can serve as a handy guide."(The Register Guard (Eugene, OR)) -- (The Register Guard - Eugene, OR)
If you dont have [it]on your shelf, you owe it to yourself to pick up a copy. ... this book can introduce you to innovative and challenging training methods. -- The Professional Skier
It may be the single volume needed for conditioning techniques(Everett (WA) Herald) -- Everett (WA) Herald
Whether their interests are in hiking, paddling, skiing, climbing or biking, this easy to use guide will tell [enthusiasts] how to make the most of their workouts. The guide book is appropriate for beginners as well as experienced outdoor adventurers. -- Outfitter Magazine
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