Effective goal setting increases focus, motivation, direction, feelings of success, and self-confidence. All of that equals more fun!
Strength and power are two vital factors for successful performance in activities such as mountaineering, climbing, and cross-country skiing.
Mastering Cycling eBook
Join a bike club to increase your level of fitness and improve your riding skills while having fun.
Distance Cycling eBook
It�s show time! All your hard work in training and preparation is done. Now relax, take it all in, and have fun. For a successful ride pay attention to these key things.
Put on your knee pads and make sure they�re comfortable but tight.
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing eBook
The diagonal stride is the technique used most commonly when people are cross-country skiing on classic, or diagonal, skis.
Cardiac output is simply heart rate multiplied by stroke volume; the latter is the volume of blood pumped with each heart beat.
Because overtraining affects the physical responses to training and adaptation, the body must also contend with a wide array of psychosocial stressors, from sports-related (team dynamics, coaches) and environmental (frequent travel, altitude) challenges to personal (relationship, work, financial) issues.
Mastering Snowboarding eBook
Now that you can jump and have begun to spin, it�s time for you to learn how to put some style into it.
Discovering Orienteering eBook
An attack point is the closest feature to the control that you know you can find and from which you can then find the harder-to-locate control.