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
Being able to properly evaluate programmes, recreation professionals can better understand the their impact and with data in hand, justify future investments.
The Conference will provide the latest scientific knowledge and offers discussion and the exchange of both ideas and experience in the controversial issues of physical activity, ageing, physical education, fitness and sport.
Qualitative research is increasingly more common in the health professions, but most general research texts are limited in their discussion of the guiding principles of qualitative research.
Motivating People to Be Physically Active, Second Edition, translates research, theories and concepts of behavioural science into a useful handbook for health professionals involved in the planning, development, implementation, or evaluation of physical activity promotion programmes.