On the 14th November 2018, we were joined by the inspirational performance nutritionist Ben Coomber for a nutrition webinar on the importance of autonomy for young athletes.
That’s it, the holidays are over, it’s time to get fit! Now the whole fitness industry is tired of the whole new year new you talk. However, here at Human Kinetics, we are here to inspire you, challenge you and teach you new things. So starting from the 2nd January (we will give you New Years Day off) we are going to give you a different challenge or a different sport to try. Let us know how you get on, comment in the box below. 2nd January As we reported in ‘The very best of 2017 for Human Kinetics Europe‘ our best-selling book of 2017 was Aurélien Broussal-Derval’s The Modern Art of High Intensity Training. Therefore it is only right the first exercise should come from this book. Table for 12 No, don’t worry your family aren’t coming round for Christmas dinner again, this is even more tiring than that! It is a bodyweight conditioning killer, but it will sure help you burn off some of those extra calories. Equipment – A bar for pull-ups. 12 rounds …
Tight hamstrings are a major issue for runners, they’re are often shocked to learn their hamstrings need to be stronger. But can yoga for tight hamstrings help?
In January 2018 we were joined by expert dance coach Clare Guss-West for a free webinar on ‘Energy in Motion’.
As 2017 comes to a close before we start our new year’s resolutions its time to reflect on a excellent 2017 and look back at the best of 2017 for Human Kinetics.
Exercise Training in Youth and the trainability of children and adolescents remains an important, but contentious, issue in paediatric exercise science.
Faster, stronger, fitter: what are the limits of human performance? And just how powerful can human beings get?