The extended side angle pose engages everything�nothing is left behind, as the legs are engaged and strong and the top arm is reaching up and over the head. Students love the half moon pose because it is all about just going for it and saying any words of inspiration, such as "Yippee!" or "Yahoo!"
Outdoor Survival Guide
An illustrated description of how to start a fire using very basic tools.
Inclusive Recreation eBook
Spotlight on Inclusive Recreation Programs sidebars highlight best practices from various countries. Professionals in Action sidebars introduce professionals who have contributed to inclusive practices.
It has been suggested that intense concentration may be the defining characteristic of flow experiences (Hu & Kuh, 2002). Intense and focused attention is absolutely crucial to the experience of flow; however, because all of the characteristics are intertwined, it may be misleading to indicate that one is more important than another. As the following discussion of concentration and distraction illustrates, all flow elements are entwined.
Outdoor Program Administration
The general outcomes and theoretical framework associated with challenge programs are constant, but the types of facilities installed and used vary based on many variables.
Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming
At first glance, it appears that accreditation may be a no-brainer. Literature within the adventure programming industry suggests that the majority of outdoor professionals support the accreditation process (Bassin et al., 1992; Cockrell and Detzel, 1985; Gass, 1999).
Risk Management in Outdoor and Adventure Programs
Risk is an essential element in the conduct of any guided or adventure program.
50 Games for Going Green
Find out how you can get recycling bins at your school and set up a recycling program.
Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Web Resource-2nd Edition
Parks and recreation services is a human services profession. The human services field has the objective of meeting human needs through an interdisciplinary knowledge base, focusing on prevention and remediation of problems and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of those they serve.
Dog Park Design, Development, and Operation eBook
A community�s interest in a dog park may be initiated in several ways. It often takes the action of just a few residents, usually dog owners or dog lovers, who may write a letter to a city council, stop by the local parks and recreation department to talk, or show up at a municipal meeting to express their interest in a public setting.