Nutrients can be grouped into six categories: carbohydrate, protein, lipid (fat), water, vitamins, and minerals (see table 8.1). The energy nutrients are carbohydrate, protein, and fat; the nonenergy nutrients are water, vitamins, and minerals. Carbohydrate is fuel for the body and brain and comes in three types: simple carbohydrate, complex carbohydrate, and fiber.
Everyone experiences sadness at times, but some people have something far more serious: clinical depression—long periods of despondency that cripple them physically, cognitively, socially, and spiritually. Depression, which ranges from sadness to severe, persistance depression, is a mental illness, not a character flaw or a sign of weakness. Unfortunately, depressed people are depressing.
Test Packages in Learning Management System (LMS) Format The LMS format includes a pool of questions that can be used to build tests within Learning Management Systems such as Blackboard or Moodle. Test questions are provided in Blackboard Test Pool format for use with Blackboard versions 6.3 to 9.0. Test pools can be imported into Blackboard via the Tests, Surveys, and Pools section of the Blackboard control panel.
Read about nutritional health and wellness from a Christian perspective in Christian Paths to Health and Wellness. The top five snack foods are listed in figure 8.1 (Food Institute Report, 2002). It is through the science of nutrition that you will understand the digestive process, the role of macro and micro nutrients, and practical methods for ensuring nutritional balance.
Much like other aspects of offensive play, coaches have to decide how comfortable they are with getting their Ds involved in the offense. This section describes special plays made in the offensive zone using an active defense. When the offensive player (F1) has the puck and D2 reads that the defensive team is overplaying one side of the ice, D2 should quickly move down the back side and be ready for the pass.
On lost draws, RW shoots through to the corner and puts pressure on the opposing D. LW takes away the D-to-D penalty-kill clear or assists RW in the corner. On a draw where the puck is loose, RW screens and LW pulls the puck back to D1. On a draw where the puck is loose, RW and LW move in to get the puck back to D2.
Unlike other sports, in the game of hockey, players change on the fly roughly every 40 seconds. At the younger ages, once one player changes the other players think they also must change, even if they are on the backcheck or pursuing the puck carrier. The timing of how long players stay on the ice and at what point of the shift players change or don’t change tells experts a ton about that team’s character and identity.
Anger, aggression, and violence can surface while participating in sports and affect how the game is played. Another type of aggression is called reactive aggression, sometimes referred to as hostile aggression. In an attempt to explain sport violence, I developed the Abrams model of sports violence (figure 1.1) that reflects the seeming overlap between aggression and violence.
If you are unable to download and install the Respondus test bank software, you can still use the questions in the test bank as long as you use Microsoft Word. The test bank, created with Respondus, includes a bank of over 200 questions, including true-false, fill-in-the-blank, essay and short answer, matching, and multiple-choice. With Respondus LE, a free version of the Respondus software, instructors can create print versions of their own tests by selecting from the question pool; create,...
Before reviewing the current state of sport management research, it is important to define the scope of sport management. ” Additionally, VanderZwaag (1998) identified other areas of sport to be included within the professional realm: recreational sport programs, industrial and military sport programs, corporate-sponsored sporting events, sporting goods, developmental sport programs, sport news media, and sport management academic programs. Finally, Slack suggests that sport management ...