Much of the material presented in this chapter has been theoretical and highly technical.
Exercise and Wellness for Older Adults 2nd Edition eBook
Resistance bands can be used to develop both upper- and lower-body strength.
Exercise and Wellness for Older Adults-2nd Edition
For the past two decades, government and media outlets have predicted dire consequences resulting from aging world populations. However, the problems predicted to occur as a result of aging populations stem from advanced disability rather than just advanced age.
Rowing Faster-2nd Edition
In current explorations of expert performance in sport, two general rules are often used to classify whether someone has attained expert status.
Developing Swimmers eBook
Of all the competitive strokes, breaststroke provides the most variety among world- and national-class swimmers, though over the past several years the trend has been moving away from lifting the shoulders and head high out of the water and toward a flatter, more forward stroke.
Open Water Swimming eBook
There is no substitute for experience in rough water. Practice will not make perfect, but it will make swimming in rough water much easier.
The Swim Coaching Bible, Volume II
Both the swimmer and the coach should learn and experiment with variations because these physical experiences go into the swimmer�s overall inventory and help make the athlete�s chosen start style more athletic and effective.
Science of Swimming Faster
Competition day is the day that every swimmer trains for. Although many swimmers and coaches place a tremendous amount of focus on what happens on race day, the hay is largely already in the barn, so to speak, and the meet is just where everything comes together to produce the ultimate performance.
Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming
Skill 5.1 - Front Crawl for 12 Yards With Rhythmic Breathing, High Elbows, and Body Roll
Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming eBook
Once you have obtained as much information as you can from the modified TWU aquatic assessment and from the interviews with the student and, if applicable, the family, you are ready to determine the level the student should be working on (i.e., the level at which you will begin teaching).