As the influence of technology continues to increase, those interested in promoting physical activity should consider developing physical activity programs that effectively use technology.
Functional Training for Sports eBook
The key to developing a truly functional training program is not to go too far in any particular direction.
Fitness Walking eBook-2nd Edition
Everybody moves differently, but walkers of all levels, from strollers to racers, make three common mistakes. Guard against them, because they inhibit your style and cause injuries.
Pilates for Hip and Knee Syndromes and Arthroplasties With Web Resource
No two clients begin at the same level pre- or postoperatively when starting a Pilates routine. Each client has a varying ability to concentrate, visualize, feel the movement working from the correct source, and engage the core.
NSCA's Guide to Tests and Assessments eBook
Although many of the factors affecting the expression of muscular strength cannot be controlled by the fitness professional interested in assessing muscular strength, many can.
The M.A.X. Muscle Plan eBook
Grasp the stem of a dumbbell with both hands. Sit at the edge of a flat bench or chair and bring the dumbbell overhead.
Stretching Anatomy-2nd Edition
Muscles such as the biceps brachii are complex organs composed of nerves, blood vessels, tendons, fascia, and muscle cells.
Power Eating 4th Edition eBook
To achieve superb shape and maximum performance, forgo the usual approach of three meals a day.
Training for Speed, Agility, and Quickness-3rd Edition
One problem that many trainers and coaches confront is how to effectively and efficiently evaluate human movement. To authentically evaluate movement, we must understand one main principle of training: The "test is the exercise and the exercise is the test" (Gray 2004).
Although speed can be improved, it is inaccurate to suggest that everyone has the capacity to become a sprint champion.