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Developing Skills, Turning, Combining Movements, and Leaping

Developing Skills, Turning, Combining Movements, and Leaping

Depending on the length of your lesson, choose one or two activities from the Developing Skills, Turning, Combining Movements, and Leaping sections. read more
Exploring the concept

Exploring the concept

Choose one to three activities from the Exploring the Concept, Shaping, and Instrument sections. read more
Planning Creative Dance Lessons

Planning Creative Dance Lessons

The focus of each lesson is one or two dance concepts from figure 1.1, which you can also find on the web resource for easy printing. The dance concept is the thread that ties the entire lesson together. read more
An athletic trainer's role for sport nutrition

An athletic trainer's role for sport nutrition

Balanced meals provide all of the nutritional requirements to be healthy and perform well. read more
The importance of balance in softball success

The importance of balance in softball success

If the batter is off balance during any part of the swing, she will not have the bat control needed to hit the ball where she wants to hit it. A well-balanced batting stance gives the batter a solid attack foundation. read more
Stadium design issues not obvious before use

Stadium design issues not obvious before use

The new Yankee stadium is beautiful, yet still has flaws. read more
Go by your gut with preexercise foods

Go by your gut with preexercise foods

Preexercise foods that settle comfortably can enhance stamina, endurance, strength, and enjoyment. read more
Defining and Understanding Strength Training Load Progression

Defining and Understanding Strength Training Load Progression

Progressive overload is the favorite modality for eliciting morpho-functional adaptations through a progressive increase of muscular, metabolic, or neural stress over time. There are many ways to rationally progress the load and thereby elicit the desired adaptations, such as higher levels of hypertrophy, muscular endurance, maximum strength, or power. read more
Understanding energy systems training

Understanding energy systems training

Coaches without real knowledge of energy systems often intuitively develop programs that train the dominant energy system for their sport. For instance, sprint coaches intuitively train their athletes with sprint distances even though they are unfamiliar with the benefits of such training on the nervous system and the anaerobic energy systems. read more
Strengthen the triceps

Strengthen the triceps

The triceps muscle is located at the back of the arm and is used not only to straighten the arm but also to keep the elbow from moving when performing fine movements of the forearm, such as writing. The triceps muscle is also involved in pushing actions, as in opening doors. read more
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