ACSM's Exercise Management for Persons With Chronic Diseases & Disabilities 3rd Edition eBook
Exercise management for persons with cancer requires extensive individualization by the exercise professional.
Physical Activity and Obesity eBook-2nd Edition
Several studies have been performed to establish the amount of physical activity needed to maintain weight loss
Optimizing Strength Training eBook
Maximize your ability to optimally perform training on a given day.
Careers in Sport, Fitness, and Exercise
Aquatic therapy is an umbrella term used to describe water-based therapeutic exercises designed to improve functional activities.
NSCA's Essentials of Personal Training 2nd Edition eBook
For centuries, protein was considered the staple of the diet and the source of speed and strength for athletic endeavors.
NSCA's Guide to Program Design eBook
The primary movement patterns, duration of these movements, the number of movements, and the work-to-rest ratio are all critical variables that must be identified to prescribe appropriate exercises.
Physical Activity and Health-2nd Edition
Research has repeatedly shown that exposure to regular, frequent bouts of physical activity stimulates physiological and metabolic changes that benefit health. It is helpful to classify these as either (a) chronic effects, that is, adaptations to training acquired over weeks or months, or (b) short-term, acute responses to each individual session of activity.
Riding on the road means that you always have to be alert and ready to take evasive action.
Physical Activity and Mental Health eBook
Approximately 30% of the European population has a long-term physical health condition. People with a long-term condition that is comorbid with a mental health problem have worse health outcomes than do people with either of these alone.
Implementing Physical Activity Strategies
Research has established the contribution of regular physical activity to key health outcomes, such as obesity prevention and musculoskeletal development, and to educational outcomes, such as attentiveness, cognitive processing, discipline, and academic performance (USDHHS 2008).