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Promoting active, healthy lifestyles

Implementing Physical Activity Strategies profiles 42 physical activity programmes that are helping people adopt more active and healthy lifestyles.

It highlights innovative and tested physical activity programmes being implemented in eight sectors including education; healthcare, fitness and sports.

A consistent presentation of information on each programme makes this comprehensive reference easy-to-use and readers will find tools and information to bring success to their own initiatives.

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Sport is Exercise

exercisemedicinesymposiumprofrollnickThe Wales Exercise Medicine Symposium,
Swansea University
Friday, 19th September 2014

The symposium will display the exciting & controversial work being undertaken in the field of Exercise Medicine.

The day will both educate and insipre clinicians, scientists, researchers, and students about the latest developments in Exercise Medicine.

The hope is that it will drive collaboration within the field to facilitate research, improve clinical practice and effect policy in this area. Find out more >>

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Free mystery book offer

With the long dark days of winter fast approaching we’ve decided to give our customers a ray of autumn sunshine in the form of a mystery gift.

Between now and September 30th, every customer based in Europe or the Middle East will be entitled to claim one free book when they purchase at least one other direct from Human Kinetics.

You won’t be able to choose your free gift, that’s why it’s a mystery, but we’ll do our best to make sure it matches your interests and is one which you will be delighted to receive.

Before ordering please read the full details of how to claim your free book and view the terms and conditions that apply
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Academic News, Fitness News, PE News

Fifa to trial TV referral technology

Sepp-BlatterFifa president Sepp Blatter has said a football TV referral system may be trialled in 2015, allowing coaches to challenge a referee’s decision for the first time ever.

Blatter said the trials would probably begin at the 2015 Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand.

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HK Europe takes up the Challenge

Ice Bucket challengeLike millions of others worldwide, staff at Human Kinetics Europe took up the “Ice Bucket” challenge in support of charity Macmillan after being kindly nominated by colleagues at HK USA.

For the benefit of anyone who has still not heard about this madcap stunt, the format is simple – nominees (victims) have water, often full of ice cubes, dumped over their head.

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