Recent research from the British Medical Journal has suggest that exercise could work just as well as surgery for knee injuries.
More than a decade after his original work, Michael Boyle brings an update to New Functional Training for Sports.
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A recent list published by Science for Sport consisted of the Top 100 Experts in Sports Science. The list included 17 Human Kinetics authors with 30 books published between them.
A new scheme in Scotland is being set to help increase women’s engagement in sport.
The £300,000 Sporting Equality Fund will try to close the gender gap that emerges in early adolescence.
Running back is a position that many have played but very few have excelled in, Complete Running Back is the ultimate guide to help you succeed in the sport’s most important position.
After our recent prize draw at ECSS 2016 in Vienna, we’re pleased to announce the winner of the competition is @laura_wilson1.
We’re extremely excited to announce that Dr Costas Karageorghis will deliver a free public lecture based on the content of his new book, Applying Music in Exercise and Sport. The free event will take place in Beckenham, Kent on the evening of Wednesday 28 September. He will present theoretical principles and cutting-edge research related to music applications in the domain of exercise and sport.