This article is written by our guest author, Future Fit Training. Everyone experiences stress at some point in their lives, most of the time it’s on a daily basis. But do we really understand the effect it is having on our bodies and minds? By understanding the short and long-term impacts we can aim to control the stress reaction as effectively as possible.
This webinar will analyse Overtraining Syndrome (OTS) from an exercise physiology perspective. It will also look at the importance that training load, sleep quality and stress management has on an athlete’s performance and development.
Sport is a goal-oriented context characterised by critical moments of intense pressure as well as ongoing demands.
The aim of this webinar is to examine stress and coping in athletes, coaches and sports officials
Most students don’t know how to cope with stress and ignoring or mishandling it can lead to all sorts of negative consequences
Stress can be just as pervasive in the lives of children and adolescents as it is in adults.
middle aged Caucasian men that have low physical fitness and work long hours are 50% more likely die of heart disease than those who work the same hours in a week but are in good physical order
Winning Health Promotion Strategies offers guidance to anyone looking to encourage the members of their communities, schools and workplaces to make positive lifestyle changes.
offers the first complete look at the scope and major ideas of the subject and provides students with a solid grounding in prominent research topics and a thorough understanding of the key concepts and current debates in the field.