Listen to the Voice of the Coach
Caffeine may have beneficial effects on exercise but probably not on mental function
Enabling leisure service providers to devise and implement strategies aimed at reducing or eliminating injury, property damage and financial loss
Mouthguards and helmets can help ward off other serious head and facial injuries, but there is no good evidence that they can help prevent concussion, and paradoxically, they may even encourage players to take greater risks.
The only book to explain essential concepts of music and examine them in relation to dance performance, composition and teaching
Gym members have been given new rights to cancel membership contracts
This year’s ECSS Congress is being held in Barcelona from Wednesday 26th to Saturday to 29th June. The 2013 event seeks to help sport science make its own leap forward towards an understanding of ourselves not as part of a technical world but as interacting parts of an indivisible whole: nature. Human Kinetics will once again have stand at the 2013 ECSS Congress and will feature a large range of new and bestselling books covering all that is relevant in the field of sports science. We look forward to seeing you there. Find out more
Learn the biological foundations of exercise psychology