The technique in this video is found in Sport Taping Basics DVD, Second Edition, by David Perrin. As the perfect complement to the popular text Athletic Taping and Bracing, Third Edition, the DVD provides a simple, straightforward tutorial on using tape to help prevent injuries and to rehabilitate injured athletes. If you are unable to view the video player below, visit our YouTube channel.
View a video clip from the DVD included in the first book ever on aerial dance. Aerial Dance is the first book to showcase this newest dance genre. Aerial Dance will be of great interest to all those associated with or attracted to this emerging art form.
The Kid’s Eye View video covers safety skills appropriate for children. Kid’s Eye View uses video from a bike-mounted camera to show the proper techniques for operating a bike confidently in traffic. It covers safety skills appropriate for children or parents who want to teach their children how to ride a bike.
We have tons more books you can browse on our Physical Education and Health Education section of our website, and most have Google previews, as well as excerpts available online. Presented by Don Disney, a local, state, and nationally recognized leader and administrator in the field of health education, physical education, fitness, and wellness. Integrating Nutrition Education into PEOn March 7th, Chuck Corbin, co-author of Fitness for Life Elementary School program, conducted a webinar on ...
Several HK authors were recently involved in the creation of a new Title IX DVD set, created through a partnership between WBGU-PBS, Bowling Green State University, and the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS). Human Kinetics’ authors were influential in the creation and content in a new 3-disc DVD set, Title IX: Implications for Women in Sport and Education. Linda J. Carpenter and R. Vivian Acosta, authors of the Human Kinetics book Title IX , are among the experts who...
Many states-Oklahoma, Tennessee, Oregon, Florida, and Texas are among them-have recently passed laws that require schools to increase the number of minutes of physical activity time for students. These requirements typically go beyond the number of minutes students spend in physical education class each week. So the challenge is, how to incorporate meaningful physical activity time into other parts of the school day in order to meet these new requirements?
View a video clip of from Dr. George Graham’s, Teaching Children Physical Education, Third Edition. In this fully updated edition of Teaching Children Physical Education, George Graham, PhD, presents a concise, practical, user-friendly view of what it takes to become a master teacher of children’s physical education. Teaching Children Physical Education, Third Edition, is valuable to future and veteran teachers alike.
Hip-Hop Health is a DVD that offers six five-minute health raps that will get your students moving in the classroom or the gym. The incorporated health raps offer a fun, engaging way to teach children about bones, muscles, nutrition, the cardiovascular system, and flexibility. The DVD also offers lesson plans, the lyrics to the raps, and instructions and tips to help educators make the most of Hip-Hop Health.
Hip-Hop Health is a DVD with six five-minute health raps that will get students moving in the classroom or the gym. The DVD also offers lesson plans, the lyrics to the raps, and instructions and tips to help educators make the most of Hip-Hop Health. Hip-Hop Health will help you get your students moving, having a great time, and learning lifelong health concepts with upbeat and contemporary rhythms and music.