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Tips on creating a healthy eating plan

Tips on creating a healthy eating plan

Although the specifics for each sport and athlete may differ, all athletes will benefit from keeping these three strategies in mind when creating their own plan. read more
Bullying in the Physical Activity Environment

Bullying in the Physical Activity Environment

Bullying occurs more frequently in school environments such as locker rooms, showers, restrooms, on the playground and behind buildings, in the cafeteria, in the hallways, on the bus, and at the bus stop (Bradshaw, Waasdorp, O’Brennan, Gulemetova, & Henderson, 2011; Farrington & Ttofi, 2009). read more
Depth and Breadth of your Campus Dance Education

Depth and Breadth of your Campus Dance Education

Studying any subject on campus necessitates dedication, curiosity, and responsibility, but this is especially true for dance. Successfully studying dance on campus as a dance major, dance minor, or dance enthusiast requires you to push yourself as a student. read more
The importance of finding attack points

The importance of finding attack points

An attack point is the closest feature to the control that you know you can find and from which you can then find the harder-to-locate control. read more
Baseball and softball (throwing) program

Baseball and softball (throwing) program

The interval sport return program for baseball and softball (throwing) is designed to gradually return motion and strength to (and confidence in) the throwing arm after injury or surgery by slowly progressing through graduated throwing distances. read more
Learn to categorize foods

Learn to categorize foods

In early chapters you learned why you need to incorporate each of the macronutrients (carbohydrate, protein, and fat) into your meal plan. Now, you need to make sure you understand which foods fit into each category. read more
Day-to-day nutrition for healthy growth

Day-to-day nutrition for healthy growth

Because I counsel young athletes, I work with a lot of parents and families. Most parents have very specific questions about fueling for sports. They want to know what to eat before an event, how much to drink during a game, and what the best meal is for recovery. read more
Three Questions to Define Functional Training

Three Questions to Define Functional Training

To better understand the concept of functional training, ask yourself a few simple questions. 1. How many sports are played sitting down? As far as I can tell, only a few sports, such as rowing, are performed from a seated position. If we accept this premise, we can see that training muscles from a seated position would not be functional for most sports. read more
Use signage to ensure guidelines and certain basic information are communicated

Use signage to ensure guidelines and certain basic information are communicated

It’s important to ensure that certain basic information concerning park use (not just the rules) is made readily available to users. read more
Integrated Thinking Skills

Integrated Thinking Skills

Thanks to the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, a national group of business and education leaders came together as a catalyst to position 21st-century skills at the center of U.S. education. read more
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