As in previous years, the 2014 Congress will offer a full programme of keynote speeches, presentations and workshops.
Facilitated Stretching remains the most trusted resource for proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) stretching, an effective and easy-to-use method that involves stretching the muscle, contracting it isometrically against resistance and then stretching it again to increase range of motion.
Stretches are grouped according to each joint, and the majority of the stretches include both a partner stretch version and a self-stretch version. The accompanying online video then demonstrates more than 90 of these stretches to reinforce proper technique for each stretch as well as four sample stretching routines.
Normal Price: £22.49 l €29.25
HK Rewards Members’ Price: £17.99 l €23.40
The Roadshow will provide a platform for employers, trainers, students and professionals to meet and interact.
It is aimed at University students studying a degree in the area of sport, health or exercise, Further Education students, careers advisors and sports enthusiasts.
It features interactive exhibition hall offering delegates the opportunity to see and buy some of Human Kinetics’ latest releases, have a go at being a football commentator, or take the British Gymnastics Challenge.
If you are new to postural assessment or feel you need a refresher, this webinar provides the nuts and bolts of this essential assessment skill.
It will answer the why, who, when and how of postural assessment. Why carry one out in the first place? For whom is it useful? When should a postural assessment be performed? What should you look for? It also answers questions such as where to start and what to do with your findings?
The latest New Titles Catalogue is now available for download from the Human Kinetics website.
In it you will find details of all the exciting new books, DVDs and CDs that we will be publishing from July until the end of December 2013.
It covers the whole spectrum of interest and subject areas including academic, physical education, sports, and health and fitness.
The printed version will be sent out to UK and European customers in the next few days, but if you can’t wait until then or live outside Europe, then you can get an electronic copy right now. Download it here >>
Developed using Primal Pictures’ award-winning 3D anatomy models and the expertise of a team of experienced yoga instructors, 3D Anatomy for Yoga is a valuable reference and teaching tool for anyone involved in yoga, from practitioners to instructors.
The DVD-ROM has a simple and intuitive functionality that allows users to interact with the content and gain a deeper understanding of human anatomy as it relates specifically to yoga.
The 26 asanas covered consist of a mixture of seated and standing poses, many of which are shown in both beginner and classical forms.
It will help both yoga instructors and practitioners gain a new and deeper understanding of human anatomy in the context of yoga.
Normal Price: £118.80 I €154.50
HK Rewards Members’ Price: £95.04 I €123.60
Clinical Mechanics and Kinesiologygives students of both physiotherapy and occupational therapy a solid foundation that allows them to understand biomechanics and functional anatomy in relation to both normal and abnormal movement.
Written by active clinicians with over 40 combined years of clinical and teaching experience, it is also a practical reference for rehabilitation professionals working with a range of populations and pathologies.
Included is one-year access to the online anatomy programme, Musculoskeletal Anatomy Review.
Normal Price: £56.99 I €74.10
HK Rewards Members’Price: £45.59 I €59.28
Human Kinetics will once again have a stand featuring some great new titles and established bestsellers in the field of sport science – all for sale at generous discounts.
According to a literary review in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, wearing a knee brace following anterior cruciate ligament surgery has no effect on a person’s recovery.
However, strength, range-of-motion and functionality exercises provide significant benefits and other new therapies also show promise.
According to the team of orthopaedic surgeons who reviewed 29 studies regarding treatment following reconstructive ACL surgery, physiotherapy, begun shortly after surgery, can bring about excellent results for recovering patients.
Surprisingly though, the use of braces did not seem to improve results.
You’ll have the opportunity to see and evaluate all the latest and bestselling books from Human Kinetics and there is also a tasty 20% discount on all purchases.
Over twenty HK authors are speaking at ICSEMIS and we expect many to pay us a visit, so come along and meet the top bananas on Stand One.