Competition now closed – Win Golf Anatomy To celebrate the release of this amazing new book, we’re giving away a copy of the ebook to one lucky winner. That’s right, you can win Golf Anatomy in our easy-to-enter and totally free competition! Golf Anatomy, Second Edition has proven to be the number one golf book for golfers at all levels. So why not enter now and see for yourself! Win Golf Anatomy 2nd Edition ebook Golf Anatomy includes 72 exercises, each with step-by-step descriptions and full-colour anatomy illustrations highlighting the muscles in action. You will see how to improve mobility, stability, balance and body awareness, and muscle strength and power to add distance to drives, consistency to your short game, and accuracy to your putts. This competition is totally free to enter and open to all! Simply add your details to enter our competition and one lucky winner will be selected at random on Friday 29 June 2018. Good Luck! Competition now closed Win Golf Anatomy 2nd Edition ebook Competition Rules This competition to win Golf Anatomy is sponsored by Human Kinetics Europe Ltd. The closing …
Outdoor Leadership, 2nd Edition is the definitive text for developing student leadership in outdoor and adventure settings.
Our best selling drill book in swimming returns. With more than 175 drills and expert instruction, it’s been updated, expanded and improved. Both coaches and swimmers are presented with swimming drills to improve technique and performance.
This year we will be supporting the World Conference on Science and Soccer (WCSS) which is taking place at Université Rennes 2, France from 31st May-2nd June 2017.
The great guys at bookstore giant Foyles have hand-picked a selection of our Strength and Conditioning titles to use as part of a seasonal end promotion in their flagship Charing Cross Road branch.
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.
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.