Fluid and confident movement and good technique are at the foundation of rock climbing. Although rope work, hardware, and anchor systems all prove critical in our ability to climb and explore, the deciding factor ultimately boils down to whether or not we have the skill and strength to execute the moves.
Hiking Missouri-2nd Edition
Come for a hiking experience with the flavor of the Rockies. You won’t just see these rugged, craggy, and scenic rock pinnacles—you’ll hike on top of them!
Attack Proof-2nd Edition
Listen to Matt Kovsky talk about the skills needed to properly defend yourself in an attack complete with real scenarios and commons mistakes made.
Quality Lesson Plans for Outdoor Education
Learn simple tips for teaching outdoors.
Ultimate Skiing eBook
Exit the ski lift without falling on your face.
Laura Stamm's Power Skating Book-4th Edition/DVD Package
Improve efficiency on the ice with basic pivot drills.
Water Skiing and Wakeboarding eBook
The two types of balancing movements are counterbalancing and fore–aft balancing.
Teaching Lifetime Outdoor Pursuits
Several reasons account for the increased popularity of outdoor pursuits in physical education programs. Read more to learn about the benefits to incorporating outdoor pursuits in your physical education program.
Cardiac output is simply heart rate multiplied by stroke volume; the latter is the volume of blood pumped with each heart beat.
The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding (eBook, PDF Version)
When you are first learning to lead, in order for you to be perceived by the horse as the leader, your head should be slightly in front of his head—you must be ahead of him—at all times.
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.
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