Developing individualised training programmes for both serious athletes and fitness enthusiasts
This unique text presents twenty, often highly contentious, issues in a debate format, challenging students to participate in critical discourse as practitioners in the field of adventure programming.
n today’s difficult economic environment, health promotion initiatives in the workplace are becoming increasingly important as employers look for ways to contain healthcare costs and improve productivity.
Readers will learn how to perform the daily work of a therapeutic recreation specialist while maintaining the highest ethical standards of the profession.
Increasing physical activity in schools and giving ‘exercise homework’ improves children’s fitness and body weight.
Being able to properly evaluate programmes, recreation professionals can better understand the their impact and with data in hand, justify future investments.
Its aim is to advance the field of active ageing collectively across the globe and community members will have the opportunity to publish their own articles and research as well as join in discussion forums, access career development opportunities and generally keep abreast of the latest trends.
With their varied life experiences, values, and expectations, baby boomers are predicted to redefine the meaning of recreation and leisure programming for mature adults.