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Human Kinetics Library

To build on our mission to increase the knowledge, enhance the performance, and improve the health and fitness of all people around the world, Human Kinetics has teamed up with Bloomsbury Digital Resources to deliver authoritative sport and exercise science content through a premier digital resource. This user-friendly platform will support students in developing a comprehensive understanding of key topics, give researchers the opportunity to access deep and cutting-edge content and empower instructors to incorporate this powerful and flexible resource into their courses in innovative ways.

The Human Kinetics Library is home to the Human Kinetics Library: Core Collection, as well as modules on Dance, Health Care in Sport and Exercise, Physical and Health Education, Sports Skills, and Strength and Conditioning.

Functioning like a database, the Human Kinetics Library allows libraries to best serve those studying or researching in the physical activity fields by offering their patrons the following:

  • Access to market-leading content, including textbooks, supplementary monographs, and materials for practitioners
  • A user-friendly platform featuring an engaging, easy-to-navigate interface and sophisticated indexing and searching tools, allowing for easy research and discoverability at the chapter level
  • A customized taxonomy to allow the user to quickly discover the most relevant content
  • Highly visual content to create a rich and rewarding experience for instructors and students

The Human Kinetics Library is the digital home to a growing range of online resources that combines Bloomsbury's digital excellence with Human Kinetics' market-leading sports, physical activity, and health care content. The Human Kinetics Library is available to institutions through an annual subscription or perpetual access. New and updated content is made available annually, and institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com.

Featuring more than 150 ebooks along with a selection of videos, the Human Kinetics Library: Core Collection is dedicated to the research, teaching, and understanding of the kinesiology and exercise science disciplines.

The Human Kinetics Library covers a range of subjects, with new content added annually:

  • Active aging
  • Anatomy and biomechanics
  • Exercise and sport science
  • Exercise prescription, instruction, and assessment
  • Fitness and health
  • History, sociology, and philosophy of sport
  • Motor behavior
  • Nutrition and healthy eating
  • Physical activity and health
  • Physiology of sport and exercise
  • Psychology of sport and exercise
  • Recreation and leisure
  • Research methods, measurement, and evaluation
  • Sport management and sport business
  • Sports and activities

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/human-kinetics-library-core-collection

Featuring more than 500 videos and 800 audio clips alongside ebooks and images, the Human Kinetics Dance Technique collection is a dynamic collection that presents instruction-focused material and fills in the gaps of dance in digital learning. The carefully curated content supports students developing their dance technique and provides instructors with valuable tools that can be implemented within their curriculum.

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/human-kinetics-dance-technique

Featuring more than 30 ebooks and hundreds of accompanying videos, the Human Kinetics Health Care in Sport and Exercise collection is a comprehensive digital collection covering physical therapy, athletic training, and sport-related health care.

Human Kinetics Health Care in Sport and Exercise covers a range of topics:

  • Athletes' medical conditions and injuries
  • Emergency care
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Pharmacology
  • Positional release therapy
  • Psychology of sport injuries
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sports massage
  • Stretching
  • Taping, bracing, and casting
  • Therapeutic exercise

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/healthcare-in-sport-and-exercise

The Human Kinetics Physical and Health Education collection features more than 40 physical and health education ebooks and a rich collection of accompanying videos. The collection covers a range of topics:

  • Cognition and motor activities
  • Encouraging healthy lifestyles in schools
  • Inclusive physical education
  • Physical education teaching skills
  • Physical fitness tests and physical education assessment
  • Play and physical education
  • Teaching stress management

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/physical-and-health-education

The Human Kinetics Sports Skills collection is a practical and instruction-focused collection of ebooks and videos, designed to support students and teaching staff of sport and physical activity. The collection's content is geared around maximizing the training, performance, and enjoyment of different sports and physical activities. Thousands of training and coaching tools are included as part of the ebooks, including drills, rules, diagrams, and game strategies.

Video highlights include a feature-length series on championship basketball strategies, advanced wrestling, a complete guide to pitching, as well as video demonstrating softball, tennis, soccer, and skating techniques. The collection covers skills, techniques, and tactics from many different sports and disciplines, including:

  • American Football
  • Archery
  • Australian Football
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Cricket
  • Curling
  • Cycling and Mountain Biking
  • Distance Running
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Ice Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Martial Arts
  • Pickleball
  • Pool
  • Rowing
  • Rugby
  • Scuba Diving
  • Skiing and Snowboarding
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Squash
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Triathlon
  • Volleyball
  • Water Skiing
  • Wrestling

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/sports-skills

The Human Kinetics Strength and Conditioning collection is an instructor-focused collection of ebooks and videos created by experts across the field of physical training and strength building. With more than 80 ebooks and a rich assortment of supplemental videos, the collection provides fitness instructors, physical trainers, coaches, athletes, and learners with practical instruction to help build and update training programs and fitness courses.

The collection covers a range of topics, including:

  • Anatomy for conditioning
  • Endurance and stamina
  • Speed and agility
  • Strength training instruction
  • Bodybuilding
  • Resistance training
  • Sport-specific training programs
  • Weight training

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/strength-and-conditioning

Established in 1974, Human Kinetics is a leader in providing information that will help increase the knowledge, enhance the performance, and improve the health and fitness of all people around the world. That information takes many forms: textbooks and their ancillaries, consumer books, journals, online courses, video, digital products, and more.

The information touches the lives of millions of people worldwide who are interested in some form of physical activity. Those people include college students and professors, personal trainers, rehabilitation specialists, athletes, coaches, physical educators, nutritionists, parents, and sedentary people who want to become active.

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To build on our mission to increase the knowledge, enhance the performance, and improve the health and fitness of all people around the world, Human Kinetics has teamed up with Bloomsbury Digital Resources to deliver authoritative sport and exercise science content through a premier digital resource. This user-friendly platform will support students in developing a comprehensive understanding of key topics, give researchers the opportunity to access deep and cutting-edge content and empower instructors to incorporate this powerful and flexible resource into their courses in innovative ways.

The Human Kinetics Library is home to the Human Kinetics Library: Core Collection, as well as modules on Dance, Health Care in Sport and Exercise, Physical and Health Education, Sports Skills, and Strength and Conditioning.

Functioning like a database, the Human Kinetics Library allows libraries to best serve those studying or researching in the physical activity fields by offering their patrons the following:

  • Access to market-leading content, including textbooks, supplementary monographs, and materials for practitioners
  • A user-friendly platform featuring an engaging, easy-to-navigate interface and sophisticated indexing and searching tools, allowing for easy research and discoverability at the chapter level
  • A customized taxonomy to allow the user to quickly discover the most relevant content
  • Highly visual content to create a rich and rewarding experience for instructors and students

The Human Kinetics Library is the digital home to a growing range of online resources that combines Bloomsbury's digital excellence with Human Kinetics' market-leading sports, physical activity, and health care content. The Human Kinetics Library is available to institutions through an annual subscription or perpetual access. New and updated content is made available annually, and institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com.

Featuring more than 150 ebooks along with a selection of videos, the Human Kinetics Library: Core Collection is dedicated to the research, teaching, and understanding of the kinesiology and exercise science disciplines.

The Human Kinetics Library covers a range of subjects, with new content added annually:

  • Active aging
  • Anatomy and biomechanics
  • Exercise and sport science
  • Exercise prescription, instruction, and assessment
  • Fitness and health
  • History, sociology, and philosophy of sport
  • Motor behavior
  • Nutrition and healthy eating
  • Physical activity and health
  • Physiology of sport and exercise
  • Psychology of sport and exercise
  • Recreation and leisure
  • Research methods, measurement, and evaluation
  • Sport management and sport business
  • Sports and activities

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/human-kinetics-library-core-collection

Featuring more than 500 videos and 800 audio clips alongside ebooks and images, the Human Kinetics Dance Technique collection is a dynamic collection that presents instruction-focused material and fills in the gaps of dance in digital learning. The carefully curated content supports students developing their dance technique and provides instructors with valuable tools that can be implemented within their curriculum.

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/human-kinetics-dance-technique

Featuring more than 30 ebooks and hundreds of accompanying videos, the Human Kinetics Health Care in Sport and Exercise collection is a comprehensive digital collection covering physical therapy, athletic training, and sport-related health care.

Human Kinetics Health Care in Sport and Exercise covers a range of topics:

  • Athletes' medical conditions and injuries
  • Emergency care
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Pharmacology
  • Positional release therapy
  • Psychology of sport injuries
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sports massage
  • Stretching
  • Taping, bracing, and casting
  • Therapeutic exercise

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/healthcare-in-sport-and-exercise

The Human Kinetics Physical and Health Education collection features more than 40 physical and health education ebooks and a rich collection of accompanying videos. The collection covers a range of topics:

  • Cognition and motor activities
  • Encouraging healthy lifestyles in schools
  • Inclusive physical education
  • Physical education teaching skills
  • Physical fitness tests and physical education assessment
  • Play and physical education
  • Teaching stress management

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/physical-and-health-education

The Human Kinetics Sports Skills collection is a practical and instruction-focused collection of ebooks and videos, designed to support students and teaching staff of sport and physical activity. The collection's content is geared around maximizing the training, performance, and enjoyment of different sports and physical activities. Thousands of training and coaching tools are included as part of the ebooks, including drills, rules, diagrams, and game strategies.

Video highlights include a feature-length series on championship basketball strategies, advanced wrestling, a complete guide to pitching, as well as video demonstrating softball, tennis, soccer, and skating techniques. The collection covers skills, techniques, and tactics from many different sports and disciplines, including:

  • American Football
  • Archery
  • Australian Football
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Bowling
  • Cricket
  • Curling
  • Cycling and Mountain Biking
  • Distance Running
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Ice Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Martial Arts
  • Pickleball
  • Pool
  • Rowing
  • Rugby
  • Scuba Diving
  • Skiing and Snowboarding
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Squash
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Triathlon
  • Volleyball
  • Water Skiing
  • Wrestling

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/sports-skills

The Human Kinetics Strength and Conditioning collection is an instructor-focused collection of ebooks and videos created by experts across the field of physical training and strength building. With more than 80 ebooks and a rich assortment of supplemental videos, the collection provides fitness instructors, physical trainers, coaches, athletes, and learners with practical instruction to help build and update training programs and fitness courses.

The collection covers a range of topics, including:

  • Anatomy for conditioning
  • Endurance and stamina
  • Speed and agility
  • Strength training instruction
  • Bodybuilding
  • Resistance training
  • Sport-specific training programs
  • Weight training

Institutions may request a free trial. For more information, visit www.HumanKineticsLibrary.com/strength-and-conditioning

Established in 1974, Human Kinetics is a leader in providing information that will help increase the knowledge, enhance the performance, and improve the health and fitness of all people around the world. That information takes many forms: textbooks and their ancillaries, consumer books, journals, online courses, video, digital products, and more.

The information touches the lives of millions of people worldwide who are interested in some form of physical activity. Those people include college students and professors, personal trainers, rehabilitation specialists, athletes, coaches, physical educators, nutritionists, parents, and sedentary people who want to become active.

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