The biggest key to avoiding injury is really quite simple in concept but much, much harder in execution�high adaptability.
Coaching Youth Tennis-4th Edition
View a drill from Coaching Youth Tennis, 4E.
Women's Tennis Tactics
The smash requires precise positioning underneath the ball.
The Softball Coaching Bible eBook
The mental game revolves around five important mental characteristics: commitment, composure, concentration, confidence, and consistency.
Football Kicking and Punting eBook
For a soccer-style kicker, the sweet spot of the ball is about 1 � to 2 � inches down from the ball�s widest segment.
The Runner's Edge eBook
Run the pace needed to get you through any race, any distance.
Secrets to Success in Sport and Play 2nd Edition eBook
Balance is the keystone of all movement and of the ability to hold or control one�s position. Therefore, balance should be emphasized when helping a child or youth prepare to become �natural� or coordinated in his movements. We often assume that an individual will develop good balance. Many do not.
Soccer Anatomy eBook
Injuries are a part of all sports. The most common soccer injury is a contusion (bruise) when you get kicked, fall, or bumped.
Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition
Offensive players use cuts to change direction quickly (while staying in balance) and �lose� their opponents in order to get open for passes or shots. Defenders will find it difficult to keep up if they are unable to respond correctly to the cut.
Daniels' Running Formula 3rd Edition eBook
When we attempt to analyze how any type of training affects performance in any sport, it is important to understand what demands running places on the human body.