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The Next Generation Of Gymnastics Training

Author : Joseph Correa
ISBN : 1523446625
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The Next Generation of Gymnastics Training: The Cross Fit Conditioning Program That Will Make You a Better Gymnast This training book will change how you perform and your future potential to keep improving. Three different intensity levels are provided in the form of calendars: BASIC, INTERMEDIATE, and INTENSE. Each one has a varied difficulty level so that you can start with one plan and then decide if it's too hard or too easy and move to one of the other versions of this crossfit training program. This training program includes delicious lean protein breakfast, lunch, dinner, bar, and shake recipes so you can satisfy hunger and still eat healthy.


Author : Heather E. Schwartz
ISBN : 9781420506228
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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Combining strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, balance, and grace, gymnastics has evolved from ancient Greek exercises into a popular modern recreational and competitive sport with participants from two years old to world class athletes. Artistic gymnastics captivates viewers of the Summer Olympics worldwide. Providing an overview of the sport's origins and evolution, this book presents the scientific principles and concepts relevant to gymnastics, the biomechanics and physiology involved, and the elements of sports medicine uniquely associated with gymnasts.
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

The Rise Of China U S International Cooperation In Higher Education

Author : Christopher J. Johnstone
ISBN : 9789004368361
Genre : Education
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In each chapter of The Rise of China-U.S. International Cooperation in Higher Education: Views from the Field, scholars, leaders, and practitioners describe the theoretical and practical implications of partnerships between higher education institutions in China and the U.S.
Category: Education

The Dark Blue

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Enlightening The Next Generation

Author : F. Michael Perko
ISBN : 9781351113410
Genre : Education
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Originally published in 1988, this title looks at the importance of the Catholic school in American education from 1830 to 1980. The articles in this collection illuminate the patterns of development. The most prevalent theme is that of school controversy, involving either Catholic conflict with public education and the wider culture on the one hand, or internal dissension within the Catholic community regarding the desirability of separate schools on the other. Taken together, these essays serve as pieces of a mosaic, interesting in themselves yet corporately providing a comprehensive picture of the history of Catholic schooling in America. They remind us that these institutions grew up as a response to particular forces at work in the wider society as well as within the Catholic community itself.
Category: Education

The End Of The Perfect 10

Author : Dvora Meyers
ISBN : 9781501101595
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In The end of the perfect 10, Dvora Meyers provides an account of the controversial world of gymnastics, the recent changes to the scoring system, and what these changes mean for the future of American gymnastics.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Stanislavsky And Yoga

Author : Sergei Tcherkasski
ISBN : 9781317228240
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This book deals with one of the most important sources of the Stanislavsky System - Yoga, its practice and philosophy. Sergei Tcherkasski carefully collects records on Yoga in Stanislavsky's writings from different periods and discusses hidden references which are not explained by Stanislavsky himself due to the censorship in his day. Vivid examples of Yoga based training from the rehearsal practice of the Moscow Art Theatre and many of Stanislavsky's studios (the First Studio in 1910s, the Second Studio and Opera Studio of the Bolshoi Theatre in 1920s, Opera-Dramatic Studio in 1930s) are provided. The focus of Tcherkasski's research consists of a comparative reading of the Stanislavsky System and Yogi Ramacharaka's books, which were a main source for Stanislavsky. Accordingly, Tcherkasski analyzes elements of the System based on Yoga principles. Among them are: relaxation of muscles (muscular release), communication and prana, emission of rays and reception of rays, beaming of aura, sending of prana, attention, visualizations (mental images). Special attention is paid to the idea of the superconscious in Yoga, and in Ramacharaka's and Stanislavsky's theories. Tcherkasski's wide-ranging analysis has resulted in new and intriguing discoveries about the Russian master. Furthermore, he reveals the extent to which Stanislavsky anticipated modern discoveries in neurobiology and cognitive science. In this book Tcherkasski acts as a researcher, historian, theatre director, and experienced acting teacher. He argues that some forty per cent of basic exercises in any Stanislavsky based actor training program of today are rooted in Yoga. Actors, teachers, and students will find it interesting to discover that they are following in the footsteps of Yoga in their everyday Stanislavsky based training and rehearsals.
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To Be A Better Coach

Author : Pete Van Mullem
ISBN : 9781538141984
Genre : Education
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This book will combine research in coach development and practical experience to offer the coach and coach developer practical suggestions to improve coaching performance in youth sport. This book will speak directly to the coach working in community youth sport programs, interscholastic sport, and private youth sport entities.
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The Hygiene Of Mind

Author : T. S. Clouston
ISBN : 9781000697131
Genre : Psychology
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Originally published in 1906. How the mind of man can be strengthened, widened, and made a more efficient instrument through the application of modern scientific and physiological knowledge is a question of intense interest. It is now a universally accepted fact that the body is capable of improvement by the application of hygienic rules, and that thereby the life of man and his happiness are bettered. It is also proved by physiology that mental action is absolutely co-related with brain action, and it therefore does not admit of doubt that the mind may also be bettered through brain and bodily hygiene. This book includes chapters on the mind machinery in the brian; how the brain mechanism works in regard to mind; and te mental hygiene of bodily disease.
Category: Psychology

In The Classroom Teaching Effectively

Author : Darrin Thomas
Genre : Education
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Teaching is challenging anywhere. Add to this the complexity of teaching in a culture that is totally the opposite of your own. This book deals with two main topics. Basic concepts of teaching and teaching at the at the K-12 level in the context of Thailand. The teaching section of the book shares ideas on developing one’s own approach to instruction. In addition, many common questions about teaching in Thailand are addressed such as.. • What are some of the unique characteristics of Thai students? • How is the Thai education system setup? • Basic insights into how to teach?
Category: Education

Performance And Cosmopolitics

Author : H. Gilbert
ISBN : 9780230273924
Genre : Performing Arts
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This ground-breaking study of cross-cultural theatre in the Australasian region focuses on theatrical events and practices in avant-garde and mainstream contexts. It explores the cultural and political dimensions of Australia's engagement with Asia and sheds light on international arts marketing and trends in cross-cultural performance training.
Category: Performing Arts

Antiquity And Modernity

Author : Nicholas Charles Pappas
ISBN : UCSC:32106017936789
Genre : Europe
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Little Girls In Pretty Boxes

Author : Joan Ryan
ISBN : 9780307828552
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A sports reporter investigates the training of girls as professional gymnasts and figure skaters, arguing that the pressure to succeed and to look beautiful results in mental and physical harm, from eating disorders to psychological trauma.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Athletic Abs

Author : Scott Cole
ISBN : 0736041214
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A crunch-free program for developing a flat, strong midsection utilizes principles found in martial arts, gymnastics, interval training, and yoga.
Category: Health & Fitness

Total Training For Young Champions

Author : Tudor O. Bompa
ISBN : 073600212X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Collects conditioning programs for athletes between the ages of six and eighteen, offering over three hundred exercises for increasing coordination, flexibility, speed, endurance, and strength
Category: Sports & Recreation

Over Above

Author : Jack Kelly
ISBN : 9781782556992
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Jack Kelly is one of the most successful coaches in trampoline gymnastics and has, with his innovative thinking, led his athletes to European and World Championship success. He has pioneered many of the techniques that are used at world level today. In this comprehensive book, he outlines a process for developing world class skill in trampoline gymnastics. The methods described have been successful developing 'rising stars' as well as helping to re-model the technique of numerous advanced performers, enabling them to break through to the next level. The book culminates in a compendium of theoretical and practical guidance based on Kelly's years of striving for, and achieving, world class results. Along the way, Jack Kelly highlights the significant influences on his life that have made him into the coach he has become. Thus, the reader has the opportunity to benefit from the author's extensive knowledge and experience.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Next Generation Of Solution Focused Practice

Author : Mark McKergow
ISBN : 9781000376739
Genre : Psychology
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The Next Generation of Solution Focused Practice shows how practitioners help create change by ‘stretching the world’ of their clients. The book brings new ideas from enactive cognition which show how skilled attention on the client and their words is important both practically and conceptually. It provides both a summary of the development of Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) over time and how the latest developments form a newly coherent form of practice based on developing descriptions. The author has structured the book using simple and easy to understand metaphors to paint a rich, creative, and visual picture of therapy for the reader, which makes it an accessible read. This book will be of interest to a wide range of SF practitioners internationally, as well as to those involved in coaching, counselling, family therapy, education, social work, healthcare and organisational change.
Category: Psychology