Human Kinetics’ Chief Executive, Brian Holding, has announced he is to step down at the end of 2015
Meet Emma Corson, Human Kinetics’ new Sales Executive.
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Jack Wilmore, co-author of Physiology of Sport and Exercise.
About the Journal of Aging and Physical Activity
On April 1st 2014, Human Kinetics turns 40
Since the launch of the Human Kinetics Health and Fitness blog in 2007, we have reached the milestone of our 1000th posting. During the past six years numbers of posts, visitors and followers have steadily risen and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support. To mark this event, we’ve put together a few statistics that you might find interesting.
A number of leading HK authors from around the world will be speaking at ICSEMIS next week.
A number of companies are now marketing genetic tests that they claim can identify a child’s aptitude for certain sports, but sports medicine professionals are warning against putting too much faith in the tests. The tests screen for several genes, including the ACTN3 gene, which has been linked to enhanced performance among some elite sprinters.