Long-term and short-term goals should be set at the beginning of a program and should cover certain requirements, such as being measurable, specific, realistic, and behavioral.
Anger Management in Sport eBook
Learn about different types of inventory methods and whether or not they work.
Advanced Analysis of Motor Development eBook
If early developing motor differences exist, then assessment of these deficits may aid in identifying children at risk for ASD at a younger age than is currently possible.
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.
Statistics in Kinesiology-4th Edition
Relative risk (RR), also known as the risk ratio, is a ratio of proportions. Specifically, it is a ratio of the rate of exposure in the individuals who have the condition (or response) divided by the rate of exposure in the individuals who do not have the condition.
Statistics in Kinesiology 4th Edition eBook
To demonstrate how to calculate ANOVA with repeated measures, we analyze a hypothetical study.
Fitness & Health-7th Edition
Our social, economic, built, and even weather environments have changed dramatically over the past three to five decades.
Biophysical Foundations of Human Movement 3rd Edition eBook
The purpose of this chapter is to examine the reciprocal links between psychology and exercise�namely, the effects of psychological functions, such as motivation, on exercise�and the effects of exercise on psychological factors such as feelings of well-being, mood states, and mental performance.
Doing Exercise Psychology
Before we consider the application of motivational interviewing (MI) and its components, it is worth exploring some of the traps to avoid in consultations in order to support the development of an MI approach. Miller and Rollnick (2002) suggested that early in a consultation, avoiding these common pitfalls is important for creating an empathetic, respectful, and fruitful relationship that is a partnership toward change.
Delavier's Anatomy for Bigger, Stronger Arms
You must overcome four problems in order to develop biceps. After reviewing these obstacles, we will explain how to move past them.
It is not unusual for athletes to exhibit an “abnormal” ECG due to the effect of exercise training on the anatomy and autonomic control of the heart. However, it is important to understand which ECG abnormalities may be physiologic and which are likely to be pathologic.