When she is at home in Guernsey she is rather famous, but of late she has spent more time in the sunshine of Florida at the renowned Nick Bollettieri academy.
The authors provide information for adapting programmes to suit various types such as injured athletes, older adults and people with special exercise needs, such as patients with cerebral palsy, brain injury and stroke, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Screening for silent but potentially deadly heart abnormalities in athletes before they embark on a career in competitive sports, known as preparticipation cardiovascular screening or PPS for short, has been the subject of considerable debate.
The second edition of Strategies for Inclusion: A Handbook for Physical Educators is a proven text and reference that offers teachers the tools they need in order to include children with disabilities into their programmes.
In addition to getting children out into the countryside and getting some welcome exercise into the bargain, there is also evidence that their experiences can influence the dietary habits of the whole family.
Several of the UK’s biggest cereal manufacturers have called an urgent meeting with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) this week in an attempt to halt an impending advertising campaign highlighting the levels of salt in cereal
The author is a teacher who has been working with students with disabilities for over 25 years and she uses this experience to take the guesswork out of including students with disabilities in general physical education.
With simulated random drug-testing and records tumbling in a series of outstanding performances, the fourth UK School Games really did mirror their senior counterparts, the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.