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Every sport organization should have a presence on the Web. Here are some ideas to keep in mind as you develop your organization�s Web site
Finding fun, excitement, interest, pleasure, and satisfaction-all forms of intrinsic motivation-in the process of contesting will help guard against decompetition. But what evokes and sustains intrinsic motivation?
ACSM's Health/Fitness Facility Standards and Guidelines 4th Edition eBook
According to empirical data from the health/fitness facility industry, a typical health/fitness facility will invest between $20 and $25 per square foot ($215 to $270 per square meter) on fitness equipment before opening its doors to the public for the first time.
Security Management for Sports and Special Events eBook
Safety and security concerns are not unique to the United States. Countries across all continents have created, developed, and maintained safety and security organizations, policies, and procedures to address security issues and enhance the safety of their citizens.
Beyond the Scoreboard eBook
In 2010, the estimated 29 million Americans who participated in fantasy football leagues, according to Liberty Media, helped the NFL achieve unprecedented television ratings across all of its broadcast platforms.
Fundamentals of Sport Management
The enormous power and reach of the media make it especially important to consider well the ethical standards to which the profession aspires on a daily basis.
Managing Sport Events
The budget consists of three primary elements: revenues, expenses, and net income or loss.
NIAAA's Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration
The overall athletic budget will obviously need to include transportation but cannot consume the entire pool of funds earmarked for athletics.
Long-Term Athlete Development eBook
Hill (as cited in Hill & Simons, 1989) described specialization as athletes limiting participation to a single sport, which they train for and compete in on a year-round basis.
International Sport Coaching Framework Version 1.2 eBook
Each of these areas of knowledge underpins the competence of the coach to do the job across the primary functions outlined in chapter 3.
A natural outgrowth of associations between individual franchises, leagues have enhanced the viability and stability of their professional sports by providing structure and ensuring an even field for competition.