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How to Coach Youth Cheerleading

04th July 2009
Coaching a group of young cheerleaders can be a rewarding and fun experience. Teaching kids cheerleading stunts and cheers, and then helping them improve enough to perform in competition is a very proud feeling for any coach. But it's a big responsibility... Read >
Author: markmgr

Handcycle and BerkelBike Handcycle

15th June 2009
What is a BerkelBike? A BerkelBike is a cross between a handcycle and a recumbent bike. A BerkelBike handcycle is a type of tricycle that is moved using power from the arms and legs. The arm handles are used for propulsion as well as for steering which is... Read >
Author: articlelink01@gmail.com

Spinning May Be The Perfect Workout For You

10th June 2009
Spinning is a stationary indoor cycling workout bringing athletic training programmes to people of all fitness levels. Spinning incorporates cycling, choreography and motivational coaching techniques to give you a completely safe, aerobic, adrenaline ride... Read >
Author: Paul Rodgers

Stronger Calves to Jump Higher

04th June 2009
The calve muscles can be one of the most difficult body parts to increase in size but developing explosive jumping power is easily gained with proper training methods. You do not have to build large muscles to get stronger, in fact, it may be genetics tha... Read >
Author: Tim Archbold

The A-Z Of Learning How to Jump Higher and Increase Your Vertical Leap

06th May 2009
If you undertake any sort of sport, you can enhance your performance by learning how to jump higher. This essay will show you ways and strategies on how to improve your vertical jump. Irrespective of whether you play a sport such as football, baseball, or... Read >
Author: Jason Ryan

Exercises to Increase Vertical - 3 Proven Execises to Jump Higher

10th March 2009
When you start playing basketball there are a couple of things you will realize are important, the agility you have as a player, the ability you have and the height of which you can jump. Those three things are all important aspects of the game and ones i... Read >
Author: Sean Lee

What is a Dislocated Kneecap?

09th February 2009
A dislocated kneecap is easy to see. The bony knob that usually lies directly in front of the knee shifts to the outer side of the joint. A dislocated kneecap is also known as Patellar dislocation or instability. More technically, it is when the triangle-... Read >
Author: Fiona Eakin

Oh My Aching Shins!

22nd July 2008
"My shins are killing me after running," is a common complaint of new runners or runners increasing their mileage or intensity. Many runners experience shin pain only a few weeks into a new program! It has been estimated that "shin splints" account for ap... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

The Benefits of Bike Spinning

14th July 2008
Participants who are involved in the program monitor their progress with their heart rates, usually through a heart monitor attached to the bike or taken manually. For those who are new, they often size up their level of exertion on a relative perceived e... Read >
Author: Patrik Ewriter

Getting A Good Workout With The Rowing Machine

25th June 2008
The foremost reason why people purchase a rowing machine is to get into a habit of regular exercises to tone the muscles and burn off calories. Strength building and cardiovascular is amply provided through consistent workout with the rowing machine. Rowi... Read >
Author: Cindy

Strength Training for Triple Jump

30th July 2007
Strength Training for Triple Jump - The triple jump is a fantastic event to watch. The grace and the agility of these track stars is something that most of use can only dream of achieving. But running and jumping isn't as easy as it seems. In fact, wat... Read >
Author: Lynn VanDyke

Nylon Stocking And Pantie Hose – Makes The Perfect Match

15th June 2007
Women wear stockings under the skirt and pantie hose is something extra, which is worn underneath to match with the tinge of the flesh. Nylon stockings and pantie hoses are two individual inner garments, which are sold separately. In most cases, the shopk... Read >
Author: LIsaHolly

Easy Stretching Exercises For Fitness Flexibility

22nd February 2007
Millions of people suffer from muscle tightness, lower back ache and general stiffness. A series of simple, full body, stretching exercises can cure a tight lower back, relieve physical and mental stress, loosen up stiff legs and improve full body flexibi... Read >
Author: Joey Atlas

Flexibility Secrets

31st January 2007
Here's an excellent list of different stretches that should be an amazing help to anyone who wants to improve their flexibility... The different types of stretching are: 1. ballistic stretching 2. dynamic stretching 3. active stretching 4. passive (o... Read >
Author: Christopher Guerriero
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