Introduction to kinesiology: studying physical activity
"Introduction to Kinesiology: Studying Physical Activity, Second Edition, provides a comprehensive, reader friendly overview of kinesiology, laying a solid foundation for future learning and for working as a professional in any field relating to physical activity." "Introduction to Kinesiology: Studying Physical Activity, Second Edition, contains updated research, statistics, and discussion focusing on practical applications in the field and offering advice about each profession in kinesiology. These features will help students identify and work toward attaining their career goals. The text uses a visually appealing pedagogical approach, including key points and interactive items as well as opening scenarios of real-world dilemmas encountered by professionals in the field, objectives, summaries, key terms, and a glossary. The new edition reinforces readers' learning through both text and graphic features."--BOOK JACKET.
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