Canoa Kajak L Allenamento Del Canoista

Author: Marco Guazzini
Editor: Edizioni Mediterranee
ISBN: 9788827204085
Size: 13,47 MB
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Canoa Kayak

Author: Marco Guazzini
Editor:
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Size: 12,12 MB
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L'autore, con la preparazione psicologica e pedagogica che gli deriva dagli studi universitari e con l'approfondita conoscenza delle problematiche teoriche e pratiche, fondamento della preparazione del canoista che punta al successo agonistico, fornisce tutti gli elementi necessari per una razionale metodologia di allenamento. Infatti, dopo aver delineato i fondamentali aspetti bio-meccanici, si sofferma sulle capacità motorie per poi diffondersi ampiamente sui mezzi, struttura e periodizzazione dell'allenamento, con un capitolo riservato in particolar modo ai giovanissimi. Interessanti ed utili anche le indicazioni che si riferiscono alla dieta del canoista ed i problemi di natura patologica che possono insorgere a carico dell'apparato muscolare-tendineo causati da allenamenti troppo spinti o mal condotti.

The Encyclopaedia Of Sports Medicine An Ioc Medical Commission Publication Endurance In Sport

Author: R. J. Shephard
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470694823
Size: 12,91 MB
Format: PDF
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Endurance in Sport is a comprehensive and authoritative work on all aspects of this major component of sports science. The book also embraces medical and sport-specific issues of particular relevance to those interested in endurance performance. The scientific basis and mechanisms of endurance - physiological, psychological, genetic and environmental - are all considered in depth. Measurement of endurance is extensively reviewed as is preparation and training for physical activities requiring endurance.

Power Stretching Per La Pratica Delle Arti Marziali

Author: Edoardo Rosso
Editor: Edizioni Mediterranee
ISBN: 9788827204573
Size: 20,54 MB
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Giornale Della Libreria

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Size: 19,21 MB
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Bird Watching

Author: Larry Bird
Editor: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0446930431
Size: 15,27 MB
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Larry Bird captured the imagination and admiration of basketball fans throughout his thirteen-year career with the Boston Celtics with his trademark style of creative, intelligent, exciting, and hard-nosed play. And then, last year in his rookie season as head coach of the Indiana Pacers, he infused the team with these same qualities -- and the results were remarkable. He turned around a slumping franchise and led the Pacers to the conference finals. To finish off a great season, Bird was named the NBA's "Coach of the Year" -- quite an accolade for Bird, who had never coached before and surprised many fans with his unusual and unorthodox coaching methods. This book is a look into one of the greatest minds to have ever stepped on a hardwood court. Larry Bird shares his inner thoughts on basketball that to date only his Celtic teammates and Pacers players have been privy. From dissecting offensive and defensive strategies to assessing the talent of NBA players; from sharing the genesis of his coaching philosophies to how he deals with today's overpriced and temperamental players, it's all there. This book is Larry Bird's basketball playbook, and it's the one book every basketball fan will want to read. Cover design by Tom Tafuri Cover photograph by Glenn James/NBA Photos

Medical And Scientific Aspects Of Cycling

Author: Ed Burke
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Size: 16,34 MB
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For sport scientists and coaches who want to improve the care and training of elite cyclists. Top coaches, sport scientists, and medical authorities survey recent research on biomechanics, physiology, psychology, nutrition, treatment of injuries, and training techniques for cyclists.

Dragon Boats

Author: Pat Barker
Editor: Weatherhill, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780834803657
Size: 12,90 MB
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Landscapes Of Fear

Author: Yi-Fu Tuan
Editor: Pantheon
ISBN: 0307819027
Size: 11,89 MB
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To be human is to experience fear, but what is it exactly that makes us fearful? Here is one geographer’s striking exploration of our landscapes of fear as they change throughout our lives and have changed throughout history. Yi-fu Tuan investigates landscapes of the natural environment which are threatening, and landscapes filled with the dark imageries of the mind; fears of drought, flood, famine, and disease, shared by all members of a community, and fears of the particular ghosts which haunt the individual imagination. In this lucidly-written, ground-breaking survey, Professor Tuan delves into many cultures and reaches back into our prehistory to discover what is universal and what is particular in our inheritance of fear. Starting with fear in animals, he raises and explores a variety of questions: What is specifically human about fear? Is there or has there ever been a “fearless” society? Professor Tuan examines the most specific forms fear takes in the mind of the child, among hunters and agriculturists, inside the walls of a medieval Chinese city, among Navaho Indians and American immigrants. He explores the ways in which authorities create landscapes of terror to instill fear in their own populations; and he probes that most basic of all contradictions between the need for human security and the fear of human nature. Professor Tuan particularly emphasizes how, in coping with fears of enemies, strangers, the insane, wolves, wind, witches, mountains, dragons, rain, or the terror that the universe itself might crumble, humans respond adventurously by creating “shelters,” ranging from fairy tales to cosmological myths. We watch as human beings continually draw and redraw their “circles of safety,” never feeling entirely at peace within them.

Writing At Work

Author: Robert Barrass
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134498853
Size: 12,45 MB
Format: PDF
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Many employers complain about the poor communication skills of many young people seeking employment; and many people in employment are handicapped by the poor quality of their written work. While bad spelling, ineffective punctuation and faults in grammar create barriers between the writer and the reader, good English makes the reader feel at ease. The benefits of being a good writer at work are: Managers need to be able to communicate in order to get ideas across. If they cannot, they will be unable to make their viewpoint heard and they will be unable to influence customers, suppliers and colleagues as desired If you can write well, you will find that your views are given prominence over those of others. Effective communication, and that includes writing, is the key to career success and advancement This book is for those who have difficulty in getting thoughts into words or their ideas across, as well as those who are satisfied with their writing but are ready to consider the possibility of improving it. It is all about the ways in which writing at work is important - helping the reader to observe, remember, think, plan, organise and communicate.