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  • The Perfection Pointby John Brenkus

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 12.99

    In The Perfection Point , John Brenkus, host and creator of ESPN?s Emmy Award-winning ?Sport Science,? uses hard data and scientific research to uncover the absolute limits of human performance. The Perfection Point is ideal for sports fans interested in the scientific basis of athletic excellence and a fascinating read for science fans interested... more...

  • The Perfection Pointby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan UK 2011; US$ 15.45

    The Perfection Point is a pacy and fascinating look at the science behind the extremes of human performance, which identifies the absolute limits the human body can go to, whether it is running, lifting, throwing or even holding one's breath.It is incredible to think that it is only forty years since Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under ten seconds,... more...

  • The Perfection Pointby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan 2011; US$ 9.76

    The Perfection Point is a pacy and fascinating look at the science behind the extremes of human performance, which identifies the absolute limits the human body can go to, whether it is running, lifting, throwing or even holding one's breath. It is incredible to think that it is only forty years since Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under ten seconds,... more...

  • The Perfection Point: Greatest Bench Pressby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 1.39

    Just forty years ago, Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under 10 seconds. Now Usain Bolt is inching close to the 9.50 second mark, begging the question: exactly how fast can a human go? And what else can the human body accomplish? Utilizing cutting edge science to examine incredible physical feats in the most elite sports, John Brenkus uncovers what... more...

  • The Perfection Point: Fastest Marathonby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 1.39

    Just forty years ago, Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under 10 seconds. Now Usain Bolt is inching close to the 9.50 second mark, begging the question: exactly how fast can a human go? Utilizing cutting edge science to examine incredible physical feats in the most elite sports, John Brenkus uncovers what it takes to reach the 'perfection point' of the... more...

  • The Perfection Point: Longest Golf Driveby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 1.39

    Just forty years ago, Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under 10 seconds. Now Usain Bolt is inching close to the 9.50 second mark, begging the question: exactly how fast can a human go? Utilizing cutting edge science to examine incredible physical feats in the most elite sports, John Brenkus uncovers what it takes to reach the 'perfection point' of the... more...

  • The Perfection Point: Fastest 100mby John Brenkus

    Pan Macmillan 2012; US$ 1.39

    Just forty years ago, Jim Hines ran the 100 metres in under 100 seconds. Now Usain Bolt is inching close to the 9.50 second mark, begging the question: exactly how fast can a human go? In this sample from The Perfection Point, John Brenkus utilizes cutting edge science and incredible physical feats in the most elite sports to uncover what it takes... more...

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