The key to developing a truly functional training program is not to go too far in any particular direction.
Full-Body Flexibility-2nd Edition
We use our forearms, wrists, and fingers to perform many repetitive tasks, such as typing on a keyboard.
Exercise Testing and Prescription Lab Manual-2nd Edition
Flexibility is the ability to move the body parts through a wide range of motion without undue strain to the articulations and muscle attachments. Maintaining a reasonable degree of flexibility is necessary for efficient body movement.
Woman's Guide to Muscle and Strength eBook, A
It takes more than just lifting weights to own the ideal female physique�one that is strong, low in body fat, and high in lean mass, that provides muscle definition, and that functions well in everyday life.
Triathlon participation involves three activities: swimming, biking, and running. Each activity requires a coordinated pattern of muscle recruitment that produces motion about the joints and creates the power to make the triathlete move.
Recovery for Performance in Sport eBook
In many sporting activities, because of how competitions are designed, athletes are forced to reproduce performances within a short time frame.
Lifestyle Wellness Coaching 2nd Edition eBook
The flow model of coaching characterizes the client�s journey as one of flowing toward the sea from a high source above the clouds.
Public-Private Partnerships in Physical Activity and Sport
Many partnerships seek to increase physical activity, healthy behaviors, and sport participation.
Exercise for Frail Elders 2nd Edition eBook
Frail is a term that can describe anyone, young or old. Refer to table 1.1 for common medical disorders and special needs that contribute to frailty. Frailty is not as much a definition as it is a syndrome of signs and symptoms.
Jim Stoppani's Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength-2nd Edition
Get on the floor in a push-up position with your feet placed in the stirrups of a TRX. Adjust the TRX handles so that they are just above the floor. Tuck your knees in toward your chest. Hold the tucked position for a second, and then return to the starting position by extending your legs back.