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Introduction to Health and Fitness Sciences: Lindenwood University

Introduction to Health and Fitness Sciences: Lindenwood University

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    This custom ebook includes chapters from Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition; Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy; and Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Introduction to Health and Fitness Sciences (HFS21500) at Lindenwood University.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Introduction to Health and Fitness Sciences (HFS21500) at Lindenwood University.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction to Kinesiology
    Duane V. Knudson and Shirl J. Hoffman
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Motor Behavior
    Katherine T. Thomas and Jerry R. Thomas
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Sport and Exercise Psychology
    Robin S. Vealey
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Biomechanics of Physical Activity
    Kathy Simpson
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Physiology of Physical Activity
    Jennifer L. Caputo
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Becoming a Physical Activity Professional
    Shirl J. Hoffman
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Careers in Health and Fitness
    Warren D. Franke
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Careers in Therapeutic Exercise
    Chad Starkey
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Careers in Teaching Physical Education
    Kim C. Graber and Thomas J. Templin
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Careers in Coaching and Sport Instruction
    Joseph A. Luxbacher and Duane V. Knudson
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Careers in Sport Management
    G. Clayton Stoldt and Mark C. Vermillion
    From Introduction to Kinesiology, Fifth Edition

    Introduction to Athletic Training
    Susan Kay Hillman
    From Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy

    Upper Extremity Injury Recognition
    Sandra J. Shultz and Kirk Brumels
    From Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy

    Lower Extremity Injury Recognition
    Sandra J. Shultz and Kirk Brumels
    From Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy

    Acute Care
    Susan Kay Hillman
    From Core Concepts in Athletic Training and Therapy

    Power, Promise, Potential, and Possibilities of Parks, Recreation, and Leisure
    Ellen O’Sullivan
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    History of Recreation
    M. Rebecca Genoe, Douglas Kennedy, Jerome F. Singleton, Tristan Hopper, and Jill Sturts
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Leisure Service Delivery Systems
    David N. Emanuelson
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Public Recreation
    Susan Markham-Starr, Mary Sara Wells, and Terry Long
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Nonprofit Sector
    Robert F. Ashcraft
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    For-Profit Sector: Recreation, Event, and Tourism Enterprises
    Robert E. Pfister and Patrick T. Tierney
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Therapeutic Recreation
    Frances Stavola Daly and Robin Kunstler
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Leisure and Recreation Across the Life Span
    Tyler Tapps and Timothy Baghurst
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Recreational Sport Management
    H. Joey Gray and Robert J. Barcelona
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Health, Wellness, and Quality of Life
    Matthew Symonds, Rhonda Cross Beemer, and Terrance Robertson
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Outdoor and Adventure Recreation
    Bruce Martin, Garrett Hutson, and Marni Goldenberg
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    The Nature of Recreation and Leisure as a Profession
    Denise M. Anderson and Tracy L. Mainieri
    From Introduction to Recreation and Leisure, Third Edition

    Author

    Shirl J. Hoffman, EdD, is a professor emeritus of kinesiology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he served as department head for 10 years. He has served at many levels of education: as an elementary physical education teacher, as a college-level coach, and as a professor in both research university and liberal arts college settings.

    Hoffman has published extensively on a variety of topics, including sport philosophy and ethics, religion in sport, qualitative analysis and diagnosis of movement, and motor learning and performance. Hoffman is the author of Good Game: Christianity and the Culture of Sport (2010) and was the project coordinator for Careers in Sport, Fitness, and Exercise (2011), published by the American Kinesiology Association. He also has been a frequent commentator on issues in kinesiology and higher education.

    Hoffman is a former editor of Quest and was the charter executive director of the American Kinesiology Association (AKA). He is a fellow emeritus of the National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK).

    Hoffman and his wife, Claude, reside in Greensboro, North Carolina, and Boone, North Carolina.

    Duane V. Knudson, PhD, is a professor of biomechanics in the department of health and human performance at Texas State University. He earned his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin and has held tenured positions at three universities.

    Knudson’s research areas are the biomechanics of tennis, stretching, qualitative movement diagnosis, and learning biomechanical concepts. He has authored more than 130 peer-reviewed articles and 14 chapters. Knudson is the author of Biomechanical Principles of Tennis Technique (2006), Fundamentals of Biomechanics, Second Edition (2007), and Qualitative Diagnosis of Human Movement, Third Edition (2013). He has received numerous regional, state, national, and international awards for his scholarship and has been elected a fellow of three scholarly societies. He has served as a department chair, as an associate dean, as president of the American Kinesiology Association, as vice president of publications for the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, and in numerous other professional leadership roles.

    Susan Kay Hillman, ATC, PT, is an associate professor and the director of human anatomy at the Arizona School of Health Sciences, a division of the A.T. Still University. She has more than 13 years of experience as head athletic trainer for the University of Arizona and has served as a consultant, assistant athletic trainer, and physical therapist for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles football clubs.

    Hillman has served on the editorial board of the journal Athletic Therapy Today (now titled International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training) and the review board of the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. She is a past member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers’ Association (RMATA) Program Committee. She currently serves as a home-study reviewer for the Board of Certification (BOC) and served on the Role Delineation 6 team for the BOC. In 2004, she received the Distinguished Educator Award from the RMATA, and the year before she was named Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA).

    Hillman earned a master's degree in physical therapy from Stanford University and a master's degree in physical education and athletic training from the University of Arizona as well as a bachelor's degree in the same field from Purdue University.

    Tyler Tapps, PhD, is an assistant professor at Northwest Missouri State University. He received his PhD in health, leisure, and human performance from Oklahoma State University in 2009. In 2015, he was certified as a park and recreation professional by the National Recreation and Park Association, from which he also received the Robert W. Crawford Young Professional Award. He also was awarded the Charles Adam Esslinger Outdoor Recreation Fellowship. Tapps is a military veteran with recreation programming experience in the military. He is a member of the Academy of Leisure Sciences board and is the president of the Leisure Educators section of Missouri Park and Recreation Association. He is also the chair of the Academy of Leisure Science’s Future Scholars program. Tapps enjoys running, working out, boating, and spending time with his wife and two sons.

    Mary Sara Wells, PhD, is an associate professor in the University of Utah’s department of parks, recreation, and tourism. She teaches courses in youth development, community recreation, and sport management.

    Since 2004, Wells has researched sportsmanship issues in youth sport. She has published her research in numerous journals, presented at several national and international conferences, and conducted trainings and evaluations for multiple municipal youth sport agencies across the country.