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A proper stance increases your shooting percentage

A proper stance increases your shooting percentage

When shooting, you build the shot from the ground up, just like building a house. read more
Antecedents to Flow

Antecedents to Flow

As stated earlier, the nine dimensions of flow do not haphazardly or randomly present themselves. In almost all instances, the three antecedents must be in place in order for the process outcomes to follow. read more
Hockey players demand top conditioning

Hockey players demand top conditioning

Hockey players want to be just as fast and as powerful late in a game as they were at the beginning of the game, so devising a proper conditioning protocol is a critical area for a strength and conditioning coach. Although the coach’s job is to help hockey players become stronger and faster, conditioning is also part of the job description. read more
Posterior hip exercise technique

Posterior hip exercise technique

This technique uses a larger and slightly softer foam roller to cover more surface area and penetrate fewer layers of tissue. read more
Using the tall stance and the low stance in play

Using the tall stance and the low stance in play

The tall stance (figure 2.3) is used when the play does not pose an immediate threat. The goaltender stays in a more upright position than in the regular stance. read more
Go by your gut with preexercise foods

Go by your gut with preexercise foods

Preexercise foods that settle comfortably can enhance stamina, endurance, strength, and enjoyment. read more
Ethical Standards

Ethical Standards

Indeed, ethical standards have limitations. Ethical guidelines may conflict within certain cultures, requiring you to adapt them in such instances. read more
Setting Goals and Objectives

Setting Goals and Objectives

Goals and objectives form the foundation for all lessons taught in adventure programs. Setting goals and objectives is critical to outdoor leaders and almost as important to clients. read more
Frontloading

Frontloading

Frontloading involves asking questions before the activity or learning experience that allow clients to change their behaviors in the experience. read more
Qualitative Modifications

Qualitative Modifications

Are you overwhelmed with the amount of numbers in the weighting and choosing phases? In this next example, we have used a qualitative method of weighting that is easier for leaders who are not mathematically inclined or are unable to juggle and balance several numbers in their heads. read more
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