We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at Elevate 2023 on 14-15 June, at the London ExCeL. Elevate is the UK’s largest trade show dedicated to sport, fitness and physical activity, and it’s FREE to attend. By attending you’ll benefit from: Where to find Human Kinetics We will have our own dedicated exhibition stand. Come and find us on stand . Why should I visit the Human Kinetics stand? Come and visit us on stand G28 to:
As part of our celebration of Women in Sport, we caught up with our expert women authors to ask them what their top career tips are for other women working in sport, health and fitness. Our authors boast a wealth of knowledge and experience in their given fields, from sports nutrition to personal training, coaching and beyond.
In this free webinar, Dr Rob Noonan will discuss Is physical activity enough to offset the effects of deprivation on children’s health?
ACSM’s Complete Guide to Fitness and Health, Second Edition, offers the most current exercise and nutrition guidelines along with assessments, exercises, activities, and programmes for varying ages, special conditions, and fitness goals. Authoritative and comprehensive, it makes adding, enhancing, or customising a fitness and health routine safe and effective.
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.
Professional athletes like football (Soccer) players are exposed to large amounts of physiological and psychological stress, which can increase infection susceptibility and threaten availability for training and competition. A new journal article investigates what effect diet and lifestyle choices have on those at increased risk.
A new study from the University of Sydney, Australia has found that physical activity could radically offset some of the harmful effects of drinking alcohol.
A study published in the British Dental Journal has found that a rising number of 12-14 year olds are regularly drinking sports drinks. These drinks pose an increased risk of obesity and tooth decay, concluded the Cardiff University School of Denistry survey.