Applying Music in Exercise and Sport combines contemporary research, evidence-based practice and specific recommendations to guide you in your use of music.
Costas Karageorghis will be presenting at the Springfield College Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies, Massachusetts on Monday 14th September 2015.
Using music and video can make high-intensity exercise more pleasant
Designed for novice tap dancers, Beginning Tap Dance helps students learn tap dancing and appreciate it as a performing art
The only book to explain essential concepts of music and examine them in relation to dance performance, composition and teaching
World champion 400m hurdler Dai Greene has teamed up with Dr Costas Karageorghis (Inside Sport Psychology) and music producer Redlight to record his own motivational track to enable him to perform at his peak and hopefully win gold at the forthcoming London Olympics. The BBC News Team joined them in the studio to get an insight in to how it works. You can watch it now on the BBC iPlayer (25 mins 15 secs) – what do you think?
A book to get primary and secondary school pupils moving while teaching them about their bodies, health and fitness concepts, and assessment of their fitness abilities
Exercising to music appears to provide a number of far reaching benefits when it is included as part of an exercise programme for the elderly and clinical population