Calisthenics

Light Gymnastics

Author: William Gilbert Anderson

Publisher:

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Category: Calisthenics

Page: 234

View: 628

Sports & Recreation

How to Create Champions

Author: Leonid Arkaev

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 408

View: 690

This book answers in detail the many unanswered questions relating to high performance. Written by the world's leading gymnastics coach and his scientific advisor it explains the essential components for planning and preparation for high level results.
Sports & Recreation

Gymnastics, a Transatlantic Movement

Author: Gertrud Pfister

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 200

View: 696

This book explores, analyses, and explains divergent ideologies and practices of gymnastics in selected European nations. It reconstructs the ex- and import processes from Europe to America and determines the processes, interrelationships and transformations of these "transatlantic movements" in their new home country. The book offers a more complete understanding of the role of gymnastics and expressive movements in cultural and ideological transmission over time and identifies the impact of these concepts on American physical education, sports systems and sports cultures. The main focus of the book lies in the two decades before and after World War I. This concentration on a specific historical epoch allows us to identify parallel, but also different developments of the various forms of gymnastics and of the transfer and implementation processes. The volume covers the transfer and impact of German Turnen, Czech Sokol and the Delsarte system in North America. In addition, it traces the influences of French gymnastics in South America and describes the tours of the world-renowned Danish gymnastic reformer Nils Bukh in both Americas. A focus will be the "import" of gymnastics, but also on the adaption processes of these different concepts and their integration into the American culture. This book was previously published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.
Fiction

The Irregular at Magic High School, Vol. 9 (light novel)

Author: Tsutomu Sato

Publisher: Yen Press LLC

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 140

Miyuki's classmate Shizuku Kitayama is on her way to study abroad. For magicians, this is normally impossible, since allowing the genes of someone who can use magic outside their home country's borders is tantamount to giving up national secrets. But it's allowed to happen in one case-exchange programs. And that's how Angelina has arrived in Japan from the USNA to study at First High. But it seems she's a part of something much bigger than a simple cultural exchange!

Hand-Book of Light Gymnastics...

Author: Hunt B

Publisher: Hardpress Publishing

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 114

View: 650

Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
Medical

Gymnastics Medicine

Author: Emily Sweeney

Publisher: Springer Nature

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Category: Medical

Page: 355

View: 655

This book presents the most current information on the treatment of athletes involved in gymnastics, a multifaceted sport with unique demands on its participants that can lead to a myriad of medical conditions and injury patterns. It opens with an introduction to the history of gymnastics and a brief review of gymnastics disciplines and events. An overview of gymnastics injury epidemiology lays the foundation for the rest of the book. Growth and developmental issues are also discussed in detail, as many young gymnasts train long hours before or during puberty. Concepts related to the biomechanics of gymnastics, common overuse and acute musculoskeletal injuries, psychological issues, concussions, as well as rehabilitation and return-to-play principles round out the presentation. Throughout, there is the emphasis that young athletes are not simply small adults, and that they have unique needs and considerations for evaluation and treatment. Written and edited by experts in the field, some of whom are former gymnasts themselves, Gymnastics Medicine covers all of the relevant information on evaluation, management and return-to-play for sports medicine physicians, advanced practice providers, physical therapists, athletic trainers, exercise scientists, and mental health professionals.
Sports & Recreation

Teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics

Author: Heather C. Palmer

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 131

View: 291

"The open-ended approach and extensive illustrations make this resource easy to use. The book also includes ready-to-use checklists, assessment guidelines, lesson plans, word searches for vocabulary development, and routine-planning posters that you can enlarge on a copier and post in the gym." "With Teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics, you can add variety to your gymnastics and rhythmic units, start a rhythmic gymnastics club, or introduce a safe, enjoyable alternative to traditional gymnastics programs."--BOOK JACKET.
Science

The Science of Gymnastics

Author: Monèm Jemni

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 380

View: 561

The Science of Gymnastics provides the most comprehensive and accessible introduction available to the fundamental physiological, biomechanical and psychological principles underpinning performance in artistic gymnastics. The second edition introduces three new sections: applied coaching, motor learning and injury prevention and safety, and features contributions from leading international sport scientists and gymnastics coaches and instructors. With case studies and review questions included in each chapter, the book examines every key aspect of gymnastic training and performance, including: physiological assessment diet and nutrition energetics kinetics and kinematics spatial orientation and motor control career transitions mental skills training and perception injury assessment and prevention, with clinical cases advanced case studies in rotations, vault approach and elastic technologies in gymnastics. A fully dedicated website provides a complete set of lecture material, including ready-to-use animated slides related to each chapter, and the answers to all review questions in the book. The book represents an important link between scientific theory and performance. As such, The Science of Gymnastics is essential reading for any student, researcher or coach with an interest in gymnastics, and useful applied reading for any student of sport science or sports coaching.
Sports & Recreation

The Theory of Gymnastics

Author: J. Lindhard

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 360

View: 661

First published in 1939, this volume translated into English the Danish work ‘Den Specielle Gymnastrikteon’. Its author, Professor Lindhard, noted the still-young field of theoretical gymnastics in comparison to its physical counterpart, with the only prior major work being that of Ling from 1800. Lindhard developed upon that work to revolutionise the 1930s interpretation of Ling’s views. The author of several physiological books, Lindhard sought to explain how gymnastics was a means of developing both physical form and moral qualities. He emphasised the importance of guidance towards ethical and aesthetical gymnastics and explored the differences between men, women and children with regards to each form of exercise. This was achieved through the classification, description and contemplation of exercises such as corrective, balance and athletic exercises along with demonstrative illustrations.