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New high-flying gadget takes Fitness industry by storm.

By Mark Palk          Wednesday 20th August 2014

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your diet, your exercise and even your sleep monitored, to ensure you have the best analytic fitness life possible? 417 more words

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Core training to improve athletic performance

Whilst an aesthetically pleasing abdominal region is the aim for a bodybuilder, it is not the primary goal for an athlete.

A torso trained for high-level sport performance is what it’s all about for them. 29 more words

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Fitness experts cut to the core to target the centre of power

Whether it is running, swimming, weight lifting or aerobics, fitness experts say the centre of all exercise routines is the core – the abdominal, back and muscles around the pelvis – which is the seat of stability, strength and power. 399 more words

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The best-selling student text on sport marketing updated

This latest edition of Sport Marketing has been streamlined and updated to keep pace with the latest information and issues in the competitive world of sport marketing. 75 more words

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Location of impact could affect concussion severity

As the summer come to an end, contact games such as football and rugby come to the fore.

There are certain risks involved with these contact sports, including concussions and a recent study in the journal… 158 more words

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40% discount on books, eBooks and DVDs


As part of our 40th Anniversary celebrations, HK Rewards Members can save 40% OFF existing books, ebooks and DVDs until the 31st August, 2014.

If you’re not already an HK Rewards Member you will need to sign up to the scheme to get the full 40% – if you prefer not to you’ll still get a generous discount of 25% simply by quoting Promo Code R906 on your order. 99 more words

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In memory of Pat Duffy

On Sunday morning Pat Duffy, Vice-President for Strategy and Development for the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) and the chief architect of the International Sport Coaching Framework, 394 more words

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