Planning for recreational opportunities is an important task that all institutions must undertake. This nine-step process will help you prepare a comprehensive recreational facilities plan that will meet the needs of a college or university.
Open kids’ eyes to the cultures and traditions of other countries and give them a greater appreciation for and understanding of the world around them at the same time—all while being physically active.
Career Development in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism
Create a resume that communicates what you have to offer while also reflecting your unique characteristics.
Strength and power are two vital factors for successful performance in activities such as mountaineering, climbing, and cross-country skiing.
Principles of Sustainable Living With Web Resource
Biomimicry derives its name from two Greek words: bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning imitation. As such it is about human systems mimicking life’s systems, or more generally, nature. Biomimicry is a term that explains innovation inspired by nature where engineers, who understand mechanics and dynamic flow systems of industrial processes, link with biologists, who understand the mechanics and dynamic flow characteristics of living processes.
StarGuard With Web Resource-4th Edition
A person in distress is still on the surface of the water but is struggling to stay afloat.
Campus Recreational Sports eBook
The location of an institution of higher education affects the relationship between the community and the institution, which is known as the “town-and-gown” relationship. In many cases, the campus recreational sports department serves as a bridge between the institution and community.
Inclusive Physical Activity-2nd Edition
The role of the aquatics instructor is to teach individuals skills that will allow them to enjoy and be safe in and around aquatic environments.
The Gentle Art of Horseback Riding
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.
Place a thumb on the map and glance at the area above the thumb for 1 to 3 seconds.