Academic News, Books

New edition of bestselling sport and exercise psychology book out now

The leading text in sport and exercise psychology has been extensively updated and provides a thorough introduction to key concepts in the field.

It draws connections between research and practice and captures the dynamism of of sport and exercise.

In-depth learning aids have been refreshed, including chapter objectives and summaries, sidebars, key terms, key points, anecdotes and discussion questions to help students think more critically about applying the material.

The updated web study guide is as an important learning tool and guides students into completing the related activities for each chapter and apply knowledge gained. The instructor ancillaries have also been updated and expanded and now include an image bank, gradable chapter quizzes and instructor videos.

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Academic News, Fitness News

New Pacing Website

We’ve all heard the advice “Pace yourself. Save energy and finish strong.” It sounds simple enough, so why is it so hard?

Why do even supremely conditioned elite athletes mismanage their energy supplies and fail to finish strong? Kevin Thompson, author of Pacing, has set up a website dedicated to the subject pacing in sport.
Visitors will be able to join in discussion forums, ask the author questions and generally learn more about this important topic.

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Academic News, Fitness News, Webinars

Download this free webinar

webinar“Developing Resilience: From Theory to Practice” with Mustafa Sarkar and Paul Morgan. First broadcast 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT, Thursday, 6th November, 2014.

This free BASES webinar, based on three decades of resilience theory and research, is now available for download here >>

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Academic News, Fitness News, News, PE News

Are cyclists safe when wearing headphones?

Cycling SafetyAs part of the BBC’s Cycling Safety Week, Costas Karageorghis author of Inside Sports Psychology, looks at whether or not cycling while listening to headphones is safe.

In a poll undertaken by the BBC, most people agreed it is unsafe and should be banned.

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Academic News

Book now for free BASES webinar

webinar“Developing Resilience: From Theory to Practice” with Mustafa Sarkar and Paul Morgan. 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT, Thursday, 6th November, 2014.

Sign up now for this free BASES webinar, based on three decades of resilience theory and research.

It presents a programme of mental fortitude training for persons wishing to develop resilience for sustained success.

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