Running in heat and humidity is tough. Here’s how (and why) it affects your performance, how you can compensate and what to do about heat-related illnesses.
Surfing, while often claimed by Californians, Australians, and South Americans, undeniably derives its roots from Polynesian culture. This is where the history of surfing began.
All yoga lovers have their favourite books. Ones that have inspired and influenced their yoga journeys. But, which are the best yoga books?
In this free webinar, Dr Rob Noonan will discuss Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health?
The Upper Trapezius, Levator Scapulae and Erector Spinae are often tight in athletes and non-athletes. This post adapted fromSoft Tissue and Trigger Point Release, 2nd Edition will help you understand and perform active- assisted soft tissue release for the upper back.
The one rep max is the ultimate strength test, but how do you find out your one rep max? And what is the safest way to test your one rep max?
Neck pain is a common injury, especially for those involved in playing sports. Treating neck pain is a very sensitive subject and definitely not something you want to get wrong.
In 2018 Human Kinetics released more great books, hosted some fascinating webinars and we had the most views we’ve ever had on our blog. Below we list our best sport science books in 2018 as well as our most popular webinars and articles.