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Nutrient Needs During Deployment and Shift Work

Nutrient Needs During Deployment and Shift Work

Deployment and shift work are realities for the tactical athlete and can negatively affect sleep, physical performance, cognition, and immune function. Besides practicing good sleep, nutritional strategies may help reset the circadian rhythm. read more
Plan to meet the standard of care

Plan to meet the standard of care

Failure to meet the standard is negligence, and the person proven negligent is liable for any damages caused by such negligence. The standard is not subject to a precise definition and is judged on a case-by-case basis. read more
Maintain a solid strength-to-weight ratio

Maintain a solid strength-to-weight ratio

The strength-to-weight ratio is critically important in virtually all athletic endeavors, so athletes are rightly interested in ways to improve or sustain muscle mass. read more
Learn to play a game of tag with verbal cues

Learn to play a game of tag with verbal cues

Tag, You’re It! helps students learn how to play the game of tag with the help of visual cues. read more
Descriptions and guidelines of assessments appropriate for public scholarship

Descriptions and guidelines of assessments appropriate for public scholarship

Throughout this book, many examples of assessment are presented in the context of specific programs and projects. read more
A positive mental state deters batting slump

A positive mental state deters batting slump

A slump is a prolonged stretch during which a hit can’t be found or even bought. read more
Jumps

Jumps

Many types of jumping movements can be readily arranged into a progressive curriculum by the imaginative coach who is able to link the principles of sound technique to the jumping context. read more
Modification of Exercises to Allow Injured Individuals to Continue Training

Modification of Exercises to Allow Injured Individuals to Continue Training

Although the harmful effects of disuse on muscle size and strength are well documented, recent evidence shows that such effects begin to occur with as little as five days of disuse. Clearly, it is in the tactical athlete’s interest to continue training to the extent possible after injury. read more
Teaching Social Justice and Democracy in Action

Teaching Social Justice and Democracy in Action

To embrace human rights is to become aware that without social justice there can be no fairness or equality; consequently, democratic processes cannot function. Essential to the definition of democracy is the notion that all people have equal power to live freely, to vote, and to speak. read more
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
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