Fitness Illustrated is a visual, straightforward approach to core fitness concepts, exercise programming, nutrition, and weight management. Photos, illustrations, and explanations depict how a body changes through aerobic and strength training so you can customise routines to maximise benefits and address specific needs and goals.
First, there was Yoga, then ‘Bro-ga’, now get ready for ‘BierYoga’. This latest incarnation of yoga has already taken both Germany and Asia by storm and it’s heading your way. Some are even tipping combining traditional yoga poses with the art of gulping down bottles as the next international fitness craze.
The Elite Sports Performance & Rehabilitation Expo will be on 7th & 8th June 2017.
This event is the most interactive and comprehensive event for the European elite sports profession. Over two days, exhibitors, seminars and workshops will allow you to access a world of innovation and education, delivered by sports performance experts and rehabilitation practitioners from professional sports clubs and elite level universities from across Europe.
Kenyan long distance runners and those from Ethiopia have won the London Marathon 8 years in a row now but why? We examine the reasons for their dominance.
Running Flow offers the tools and strategies needed to fully experience the power of flow and reach those personal bests.
To celebrate the London Marathon this weekend we are giving you the chance to win a Kindle Fire and a copy of the ever popular Daniels Running Formula.
With research from leading scientists, Sedentary Behavior and Health: Concepts, Assessments, and Interventions presents evidence on sedentary behaviour, its apparent health risks and suggestions on measuring and altering this behaviour.
This year’s Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Student Conference is being held at the University of Winchester from 20th-21st May 2017. This conference aims to give a platform for undergraduate, postgraduate and early career researchers in the field of sport psychology to present their work, meet other researchers and attend talks and workshops.