Best diet books of all time
This text offers step-by-step guidelines for injury recognition and assessment, divided into on-field, off-field and sideline protocols. It has a specific focus on evaluation skills for emergent, non-emergent of post-acute conditions. Evaluation checklists for review and reference are included.
More free books Community Nutrition : Planning Health Promotion and Disease Prevention – Nweze Nnakwe
This text uses real-world examples to reinforce core nutrition concepts and explores the current and emerging nutrition issues faced by today's diverse communities. It presents the skills, cultural concepts, and background knowledge to promote health and prevent disease.
Author: Nweze Nnakwe
Pages: 408 pages
Size: 14.78 Mb Ready To Run : Unlocking Your Potential to Run Naturally – Kelly Starrett
With the proper combination of motor control skills and ranges of motion clicking into place, running will cease to be a joyless, grinding mill for injuries that wreak havoc on your athletic life.
Author: Kelly Starrett
Pages: 288 pages
Size: 24.14 Mb Be Your Own Personal Trainer – James G Garrick
Offers a fitness program tailored to an individual's needs, presenting a method of assessing physical condition, an outline for establishing goals, and fitness strategies
Author: James G Garrick
Size: 19.14 Mb Management by the Physical Educator : Why and How – David K. Miller
Comprehensive lists of tests used by physical educators for measuring physical attributes and sports skills are included to make this serve as a complete reference for physical education students to use in their future careers.
Author: David K. Miller
Pages: 400 pages
Size: 16.58 Mb The Massage Manual – Fiona Harrold
A practical course in massage for beginners, written by a qualified instructor. The text is divided up into nine lessons and specially designed to lie flat by the reader's side as he or she learns the technique.
Author: Fiona Harrold
Pages: 160 pages
Size: 22.40 Mb Practical Skills in Sport and Exercise Science : An Interdisciplinary Approach – Dr Mark Smith
This title introduces core skills, practical procedures, protocols and techniques in sport and exercise science from an interdisciplinary perspective, and fully explains how connections are made between different areas of sport and exercise in research and practice.
Author: Dr Mark Smith
Size: 28.15 Mb Case Studies in Breastfeeding : Problem-solving Skills and Strategies – Cynthia Turner-Maffei
With a consultative framework, this text presents illustrative case studies to increase the practitioner's knowledge about managing complex breastfeeding cases.
Author: Cynthia Turner-Maffei
Pages: 195 pages
Size: 14.32 Mb Measurement by the Physical Educator: Why and How – David K. Miller
The purpose of this text is to help the physical education, exercise science, or kinesiology major develop the necessary confidence and skills to conduct measurement techniques properly and effectively. However, more than just measurement techniques are presented. Emphasis is placed upon the reasons for the measurement and the responsibilities after measurement is completed. These […]
Best diet books of all time