Nike (RED) laces produce a hyperreality, whereby the origin of truth becomes indecipherable and soccer becomes more important than HIV/AIDS.
This book shows teachers how to make the switch from using a traditional games teaching approach to a tactical one.
Expert tennis instruction and professional insights to eliminate unforced errors, increase winning percentage and improve your overall game.
In his free webinar, The Art of Running Faster broadcast on the 10th April, Julian Goater former world-class runner and author of bestseller The Art of Running Faster, shared his experiences and advice to enable runners of all abilities to improve their technique, training and performance. If you missed the live broadcast, you can watch the webinar and view the presentation slides now. There are also lots of other free webinars available to watch now on the Human Kinetics website.
In Bikram yoga, named after its creator, Bikram Choudhury, the temperature is raised to an energy sapping 40˚C, the idea being that a hot and humid environment improves joint relaxation and detoxifies the body through sweating.
Get your brain as fit as your body and achieve your triathlon potential
Talent Identification and Development The Royal Society, 6 – 9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1y 5AG Friday 17th to Sunday 19th May 2013 The RFU is hosting a ground-breaking Talent Symposium. This unique event will involve debate amongst 15 of the World’s leading experts in the field of sporting talent, 12 eminent panellists and rugby stakeholders, to reach a consensus that will have a profound impact on understanding and practice relating to the identification and development of talented rugby players. On 18 May the same experts, including Professor Joe Baker, Professor Jamie Timmons, Dr Stephen Cobley, Dr Jotg Shorer, Professor Mark Williams, Professor Bruce Abernathy, Professor Keith Davids and Dr Ross Tuckerfrom will be presenting on the identification and development of talent as part of a parallel education programme. This group of experts has never before been assembled in one place.
Making fruit easier to eat encourages more children to select it and to eat more of it