The morphological differences between women and men are the result of differences in the volume and proportion of similar anatomical features.
Sport in America, Volume II
In the nineteenth century, gender roles, cheating, and proper etiquette were greatly influenced by the game of croquet.
Vision and Goal-Directed Movement
In the last few decades, a modest number of empirical investigations have been designed to identify factors influencing the use of visual information as a function of practice.
Fundamentals of Motor Behavior
Over the years, many different theories have been used to explain how people learn.
Critical Essays in Applied Sport Psychology
In using metaphors, folktales, and images we need to remind ourselves constantly that we are all bent in different ways.
Yoga Anatomy-2nd Edition
Cells are the fundamental building blocks of life, from single-celled plants to multitrillion-celled animals. The human body, which is made up of roughly 100 trillion cells, begins as two newly created cells.
Perceptual-Motor Activities for Children With Web Resource
Using jump ropes or tape on the floor, create a series of lines in a pattern similar to that of spokes on a wheel (see diagram). Place active learning cards (in any order) in each space between the lines.
Statistics in Kinesiology 4th Edition eBook
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.
Fitness & Health 7th Edition eBook
Physical activity is the positive approach to weight control. When you decide to do something about your weight, you are committing to a course of action.
History of Exercise Physiology eBook
Several research designs and technologies have been used over the past two decades in the effort to identify genomic regions, genes, and sequence variants associated with exercise behavior and exercise biology traits.
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.