Catalogue Number: WY9-E5LN
- Author: Roy Benson,Declan Connolly
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
- Published: 14 April 2011
- ISBN: 9780736086554
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Roy Benson, is an exercise scientist and distance-running coach. He has run competitively for more than 40 years and he has coached professionally for 46 years for military, club, university and high school teams. Declan Connolly, is a professor and exercise physiologist at the University of Vermont where he is also director of the Human Performance Laboratory.