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Instruction in all the essentials - from stringing the bow through the anchor to learning aim, grip, and release - will put your technique right on the mark. Sequential instructions and accompanying photographs will guide your execution through every phase of the shot.
"Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Second Edition," is a textbook designed for an initial undergraduate course in a recreation and leisure program. With its 21st-century views of recreation and leisure services, it incorporates indicators for future directions in the field and presents international perspectives as well as career opportunites in recreation and leisure. A new web resource is included.
Developing and promoting quality physical education is part inspiration, part tool kit, and part textbook. A wealth of examples of assessments, lesson plans, curricula, and more to use as advocacy tools. Plenty of ready-to-use worksheets, handouts, reproducibles, and key links.
Written for coaches and fitness professionals, "Core Assessment and Training" includes photos, illustrations, and instructions for more than 120 exercises. A DVD accompanying the text features video demonstrations that help readers review proper techniques and protocols for the exercises.
"Introduction to Recreation and Leisure" is an ideal introductory text. It provides students the foundational history and philosophy of the field, introduces them to various sectors of the field, and presents the different types of programming found in recreation and leisure services. It also exposes students to the career options available.
Human kinetics is the study of the movement in the human body. This book on human kinetics discusses the fundamental principles that govern this field. Human kinetics focuses on the application of the laws of motion on a body that are capable of self-propelled movement. Injury and instability in muscles and joints are caused by the increased displacement of the body that is experiencing motion. This book outlines the processes and applications of human kinetics in detail. As this field is emerging at a fast pace, this book will help the readers to better understand the concepts of human kinetics. With state-of-the-art inputs by acclaimed experts of this field, this book targets students and professionals.
Written by the foremost authority on the subject, Kinetics of Human Motionis the sequel and companion to the 1998 text Kinematics of Human Motion. World-renowned biomechanics expert Vladimir Zatsiorsky has written Kinetics of Human Motionto be an indispensable reference for human movement professionals. Although biomechanical analysis of human motion can be conducted on different structural levels, this book focuses on the examination of forces that create entire body motion. By examining the forces that create entire body motion, the text develops the biomechanical knowledge of the reader. Kinetics of Human Motionis divided into six chapters that cover external contact forces, statics, kine...