This unique text presents twenty, often highly contentious, issues in a debate format, challenging students to participate in critical discourse as practitioners in the field of adventure programming.
Children who spend more than three-quarters of their time engaging in sedentary behaviour, such as watching TV and sitting at computers, have up to nine times poorer motor coordination than their more active peers.
Even before this year’s historic Tour de France, audacious moves were already afoot to bring the race to England.
Following the fantastic coverage it received during the 2012 games, interest in this exciting sport is sure to rocket and this book is suitable for players and coaches at all levels of play.
Sports clubs, swimming pools and leisure centres across the country are reporting a signoficant increase in people asking for advice on how to get involved in organised sport.
Successful Coaching helps readers think critically about their motivation for being a coach and establish a coaching philosophy and style that pave the way for a fulfilling sport experience for both coaches and their athletes.
Events at the Global Coaches House are now in full swing, with many of the world’s leading coaches passing on their knowledge in a series of free seminars and presentations.
Written for the DIY enthusiast, not the professional mechanic, the book takes a straightforward approach to cycling’s most common repairs.