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Pilates For The Outdoor Athlete

Autor: Lauri Ann Stricker
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN: 9781555915919
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Clear, expert instruction on how Pilates can enhance performance for outdoor sports enthusiasts.

The Outdoor Athlete

Autor: Courtenay Schurman
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
ISBN: 9780736076111
File Size: 28,22 MB
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Take outdoor experience to the next level. The Outdoor Athlete will prepare athletes for adventure with performance training programs designed to maximize outdoor enjoyment. Authors Courtenay and Doug Schurman use their extensive outdoor and training expertise to provide conditioning programs developed for the unique demands of 17 activities.

The Outdoor Athlete

Autor: Steve Ilg
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Covers nutrition, aerobic training, strength training, recovery, flexibility, and mental skill training, then relates each to cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, technical rock climbing, technical ice climbing, mountaineering, backpacking, kayaking, and cycling.

Simple Strength

Autor: Mercedes Pollmeier
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781515176237
File Size: 3,36 MB
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Learn How to Move More Efficiently by Implementing These Simple Exercises Simple Strength is a book about developing efficiency of movement through practice and training of the three basic human movements, the push up, the squat, and the back bend. I believe training should be fun, challenging, and help you become a master of movement. Better Movement Learn how the three basic human movements can help you become an athlete that moves well across all outdoor sports that you do. Workouts in Less Time See how these movements can be implemented immediately and done quickly, saving you time so that you can do the things you really want to do. Videos and Photos Included to Show you Exactly How to do Each Exercise There are over 100 variations of exercises in the book, with pictures of each exercise and select video demonstrations, all to help you achieve the best technique so that you can perform at your highest level. Sample Programs There are also sample programs included so that you can start implementing the exercises right away!

Fit By Nature

Autor: John Colver
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9781594853548
File Size: 10,43 MB
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* Detailed 12-week program applicable for all levels of fitness * No gym or equipment needed to participate——just access to the outdoors * Measurable milestones and easy-to-follow fitness routines to keep you on track * Written by award-winning fitness coach and mountain guide John Colver Forget the gym. Go outside, and not only will you get in the best shape of your life, but you might even enjoy the experience. That's exactly what John Colver, the award-winning founder of Seattle-based training company AdventX, has been teaching for nearly a decade. In Fit by Nature, he lays out his flagship 12-week outdoor training program——a regimen that requires nothing more than outdoor space and a little inspiration. Starting with seasonal advice, the “Daily Dozen,” his “Challenge by Choice” philosophy, and details on how to utilize the outdoors, John leads you into his exercise and lifestyle program. He also covers fitness basics such as nutrition, injury prevention, goal-setting, and gear lists. With weekly charts and day-by-day descriptions, this book will push you to a new fitness level, whether you run up your neighborhood stairs, jump over logs on a nearby trail, swim laps at your local aquatic park, or simply do stretches in your own backyard.

Teaching Lifetime Outdoor Pursuits

Autor: Jeff Steffen
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 0736079998
File Size: 19,61 MB
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Teaching Lifetime Outdoor Pursuits presents 12 outdoor pursuits you can incorporate in your outdoor program or traditional PE program. The activities are aligned with NASPE standards and presented by experts who provide instruction on content, delivery, and assessment. The CD-ROM has objectives, sample lessons, sample assessments, and programming ideas.

The Winter Athlete

Autor: Steve Ilg
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781555662127
File Size: 26,79 MB
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Presents a spiritually oriented physical fitness program combining lifestyle principles (breath and posture, mindfulness, appropriate action, practice) with fitness disciplines (kinesthetic training, strength training, cardiovascular training, meditation, nutrition).

Trinity University

Autor: R. Douglas Brackenridge
Publisher: Trinity University Press
ISBN: 1595347909
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Since its founding in 1869 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Trinity University has been engaged in realizing the dreams of its founders to become “a University of the highest order.” In Trinity University: A Tale of Three Cities, R. Douglas Brackenridge, professor emeritus of religion at Trinity, brings a wealth of scholarship and knowledge to this institutional history. Brackenridge traces Trinity’s unique heritage from its founding in Tehuacana and growth in Waxahachie to its emergence in San Antonio as a top private university for the study of liberal arts and sciences. He draws on historical records and reports, oral histories, newspaper accounts, books, correspondence, and archives to document the university’s challenges and successes. He describes Trinity’s development within the broader context of private, church-related universities in America, while profiling the administrators, faculty, staff, and students who have contributed to Trinity’s rich heritage. The result is a well-researched story of the founding and the progression of one of the nation’s exceptional institutions for higher learning. Illustrations picture Trinity’s campuses in three cities and include black and white photographs.

General Medical Conditions In The Athlete E Book

Autor: Micki Cuppett
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323291058
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A one-stop reference for the diagnosis and treatment of athletic injuries and illnesses, General Medical Conditions in the Athlete, 2nd Edition provides in-depth coverage of all the aspects of non-orthopedic pathology that can occur within athletes. Full-color photos enhance comprehension of the material, which is logically organized into 19 chapters. The beginning chapters cover fundamental areas such as the medical examination, equipment, diagnostic imaging and testing, and pharmacology. Later chapters, organized by body systems, cover the actual medical conditions and include all educational competencies mandated by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for program accreditation. The last two chapters cover psychosocial and substance abuse disorders and working with special populations. Experienced authors Micki Cuppett and Katie Walsh provide unrivaled online resources, including nearly one hour of video showing examples of patient evaluation procedures. Unique one-stop reference is the most comprehensive of its kind, with 19 chapters covering all aspects of non-orthopedic pathology plus a full complement of online resources. Unique Key Points boxes highlight expert advice and guidance for practice. Unique Red Flags boxes call attention to important and often life-threatening information concerning a variety of medical conditions. NATA competencies are incorporated throughout, covering all the content mandated by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for program accreditation. More than 400 illustrations, most in full color, include both anatomical and clinical images. A consistent format in body systems chapters makes information easy to find, first outlining the condition's signs and symptoms and then detailing the appropriate referral and diagnostic tests, the differential diagnosis, the treatment, the prognosis, and the return to athletic participation. Learning Objectives begin each chapter, outlining what you should know after studying the material. Key terms are bolded on first reference within a chapter, and defined in a back-of-book glossary. Expert author team offers authoritative content based on nearly 50 years of combined experience in athletic training education. Unique full-color illustrations aid comprehension of the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of the medical conditions discussed. Unique Common Procedures in the Athletic Training Clinic chapter discusses the expanding role of the athletic trainer, who in many states is allowed perform a variety of basic medical procedures, such as suturing or starting IV fluids. NEW Diagnostic Testing and Imaging chapter meets the need for mandated content included in the 2008 revised NATA educational competencies. An improved logical organization makes this book an ideal clinical reference, beginning with foundational content followed by chapters discussing medical conditions by body system, then detailing psychosocial and substance abuse disorders and working with special populations in the last two chapters. The expanded companion Evolve website includes nearly one hour of video clips with examples of patient evaluation procedures.