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Stay current on the latest trends in the sport and exercise sciences, sports, physical education, and fitness from Human Kinetics, the world’s information leader in physical activity. HK Now is the place for news and excerpts from leading experts who will help you apply it in your daily life or work.
Human Kinetics publishes books, journals, online courses, video products, and software for fitness enthusiasts and professionals, sport participants and coaches, sport and exercise scientists, physical educators, and many others involved with some area of physical activity.
Human Kinetics’ stable of top-selling books and products, such as Strength Training Anatomy, Physiology of Sports and Exercise, Fitnessgram, and Essentials of Strength Training Conditioning, cover a wealth of practical topics, and excerpts and articles from this library will be accessed for your personal or professional enrichment. An expert author network featuring Cal Ripken Jr., Steven Blair, Nancy Clark, Robert Weinberg, Chuck Corbin, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) will also serve as a vital source of information and news for HK Now.
The partners HK has published with include notable associations like the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), Babe Ruth Baseball and Softball, and The Cooper Institute.
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Human Kinetics is the premier information provider in the
physical activity field. Founded in 1974 by Rainer Martens, a leading
sport psychologist and a member of the National Association for Sport
and Physical Education Hall of Fame, Human Kinetics has grown from a
single release to hundreds of new products each year, including books,
videos, software applications, and online education products. With over
250 employees globally, including offices in the UK, Canada, and
Australia, and a mission to produce innovative resources to help people
lead healthier and more active lives, Human Kinetics is truly the
worldwide information leader in all areas of physical activity.