Spotlight on Inclusive Recreation Programs sidebars highlight best practices from various countries. Professionals in Action sidebars introduce professionals who have contributed to inclusive practices.
Dimensions of Leisure for Life
The purpose of campus recreation is to provide a wide variety of recreational experiences and opportunities for students� faculty� and staff.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies
A strong foundation is critical to sustaining many things, including wellness initiatives. Before building additions onto your existing wellness initiative or program, go back to the basics and ensure that your foundation is solid.
Park and Recreation Professional's Handbook eBook With Online Resource
Programmers need to be aware that some of their program participants may have disabilities that affect the delivery of programs. Inclusion services enable any participant to enjoy a program while experiencing the fewest restrictions possible.
Scooter Games eBook
With proper preparation and instruction, guarantee fun, safe scooter time for children.
For an athlete to perform at his best, it is important for him to be in a state of flow or, as it is often termed, in the zone. In order for this to occur, he must be well prepared and simply react to what is occurring around him.
Safer Beaches eBook
Beach flags are becoming more popular throughout the world, particularly at surf beaches.
Integrated Risk Management for Leisure Services eBook
For a recreation leader or programmer, the question is how to transform either model into practice.
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.
Athletic Director's Desk Reference With Web Resource
Athletic events present myriad revenue generation possibilities including event ticket sales (season, individual game, and special or postseason events), concessions, guarantees, and parking.