Dance skills can be enhanced when students do not recognize that they are working on dance skills. The activities in this book will motivate students to work on dance skills without any risk of embarrassment.
Every junkyard sport has four elements:
The more diverse the participants in skill, age, or ability, the more potential for social learning and challenge. For example, a new
Arts and Cultural Programming
These six factors influence community arts programming in recreation and community settings. Paying attention to these six factors will help to increase the likelihood that the community arts program meets the expectations of everyone involved
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.
Sport First Aid-4th Edition
After completing the emergency action steps and establishing the ABCs, you should begin the physical assessment to pinpoint the nature, site, and severity of a sport injury or illness. Do not begin the physical assessment until the ABCs have been established. As with the emergency action steps, follow a standard pattern, such as the following, to make the evaluation more thorough. The acronym HIT will help you remember these steps.
Geocaching for Schools and Communities eBook
Try out a fun activity from the new Geocaching for Schools and Communities.
Deciding what to bring with you on your bike ride can mean the difference between riding and walking. Knowing how to use your tools is just as important.
Leisure Services Financial Management With Web Resource
A budget is a prediction of how much money an entity will receive and how much it will spend over a given period of time.
Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services eBook
When the water level is low, anyone can easily walk across the stream. In contrast, when the river swells during spring, traversing this same spot can be potentially dangerous, particularly for users who are not trained in crossing rivers.
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.