Chris Frederick, author of Stretch to Win is holding a series of workshops in Dublin on “Fascial Stretch Therapy – Level 1”
The organisers of the 2012 London Olympics are looking for 8,000 truly inspirational people from the UK to carry the Olympic Flame on its nationwide tour.
Advanced Neuromuscular Exercise Physiology assists readers in identifying current directions in research and new avenues for exploration and is intended as a reference for exercise physiologists and physiotherapists or as a text for post graduate exercise physiology and physiotherapy courses.
Although footballers want a boot that supports an aggressive style of play, there could be downside in that a high degree of traction and rapid changes in movement direction may contribute to stress on joints, muscles and tendons.
This outstanding introduction to the field, focuses on those aspects of motor behaviour that can be observed directly as well as the many factors that affect the quality of these performances and the ease with which they can be learned.
This year’s conference will bring together national and internationally known experts and will focus on the build up to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and also look forward to the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
More than half the schools in England are facing cuts to their budgets, a survey of heads and deputies suggests
BASES Conference 2011 will put fatigue under the microscope with a series of keynote lectures from experts in physiology, biomechanics, nutrition and psychology, among them several Human Kinetics’ authors.