Sport Journal Notebook Lined notebook for with number or leter for Ice Hockey players, school sports, team, family members. Great gift for Ice Hockey school sport players.
Author: All Star Sport Publishing
Sport Journal Notebook Lined notebook for with number or leter for Ice Hockey players, school sports, team, family members. Great gift for Ice Hockey school sport players. Book details: 100 pages Lined paper Premium matte cover Great for your daily journal.
Vintage Birthday gift ideas Being Awesome journal. Retro Vintage Birthday gift Ice Hockey funny journal for son, daughter, niece, nephew, big brother, little sister from dad, mom, mama, papa, uncle, aunt, party for a new age.
Author: Vintage Ice Hockey Customized
Vintage Birthday gift ideas Being Awesome journal. Retro Vintage Birthday gift Ice Hockey funny journal for son, daughter, niece, nephew, big brother, little sister from dad, mom, mama, papa, uncle, aunt, party for a new age. Celebrate your birthday because you're vintage, original, and a legend. This Birthday journal makes a great gift idea for those who love Ice Hockey lover. Journal gift - Ruled Notebook on a Beautiful Matte-finish cover. 120 pages 6x9 White-color paper Matte Finish Cover for an elegant look and feel
68-70.  Montgomery, D. L., Pearsall, D. J., and Turcotte, R. A, "The Evolution of Size in the National Hockey League". Putting it on Ice: Hockey in ...
Author: David J. Pearsall
Publisher: ASTM International
"This publication, Safety in Ice Hockey: Fourth Volume, contains a collection of research papers presented at the Fourth Symposium on Ice Hockey held 5-6 May 2002 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the standards development meetings of Committee F08. This symposium was the fourth in a series: the first being held in 1987 in Montreal, the second in 1992 in Pittsburgh, and the third in 1997 in St. Louis. The objective of the symposium and corresponding publications has been to review the current state-of-the-art and science of ice hockey injury prevention."
Twist, P. & Rhodes, T. (1993a) The Bioenergetic and Physiological Demands of Ice Hockey. National Strength and Conditioning Journal, 15(5), 68–70.
Author: Flemr, Libor
Publisher: Karolinum Press
Sborník z vědecké konference konané u příležitosti 60. výročí založení Fakulty tělesné výchovy a sportu Univerzity Karlovy v Praze.
Got, C., Patel, A., Fayon, A., Tarriere, C. and Walfisch, ... deformation values in assessing the safety performance of ice hockey helmets', Journal ofSport ...
Author: Youlian Hong
Ergonomics is concerned with the ‘fit’ between people and their work. With an increasing number of people becoming conscious about their health and participating in sport or physical activity, ergonomics has become an increasingly prominent concern within the sport and exercise sciences. From the design of footwear and artificial playing surfaces, to studies of proprioception by obese children , the way in which people interact with their environment - designed and natural – has important implications for performance sport and for the design of safe and beneficial forms of physical activity. The Routledge Handbook of Ergonomics in Sport and Exercise is the first book to offer a comprehensive and in-depth survey of cutting-edge scientific research into ergonomics in sport and exercise. Written by world-leading international scientists and researchers, the book explores key topics such as: Musculoskeletal adaptation to sports and exercise Environmental factors of injury and fatigue Load weight and performance Ergonomics in adapted sports and exercise Measurement in sports and exercise Modeling and simulation in ergonomics design Influence of playing surface, footwear and equipment design Bridging the gap between fundamental scientific research in sport and exercise and applications in sport and exercise contexts, this is an important reference for all advanced students, researchers and professionals working in sport and exercise science, kinesiology, sports technology, sports engineering, ergonomics, and product design.
1 (Spring 1982): 39–68. https://journals.ku.edu/index.php/amerstud/ article/viewFile/2614/2573 (accessed October 12, 2012). Ice Hockey World Special.
Author: Iri Cermak
Ice hockey has featured in North American films since the early days. Hockey's sizable cinematic repertoire explores different views of the sport, including the role of aggression, the business of sports, race and gender, and the role of women in the game. This critical study focuses on hockey themes in more than 50 films and television movies from the U.S. and Canada spanning several decades. Depictions of historical games are discussed, including the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" and the 1972 Summit Series. The national myths about hockey players are examined. Production techniques that enhance hockey as on-screen spectacle are covered.
Head and neck injuries among ice hockey players wearing full face shields vs half face shields. Journal of the ... Swedish Dental Journal 68 (1): 157–169.
Author: Aws Alani
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Dental Trauma at a Glance The market‐leading at a Glance series is popular among students and newly qualified practitioners for its concise and simple approach and excellent illustrations. Each bite‐sized chapter is covered in a double‐page spread with clear, easy‐to‐follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text. Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision and are useful throughout university and beyond. Everything you need to know about Dental Trauma ... at a Glance! Written in a short and concise manner, Dental Trauma at a Glance is a practical reference that contains essential information on the safe and effective clinical management of acute adult dental trauma injuries. The book addresses the numerous types of adult dental injuries and contains guidance on how the correct identification and treatment of these injuries can be time sensitive. Filled with helpful illustrations and photographs, the text is formatted in a step-by-step manner for the reader to arrive at the correct diagnosis and the most up-to-date management for safe and optimum patient care. Provides the most contemporary must-have information for the clinical management of acute adult dental trauma Its format is quick and easy to use Offers a highly illustrated text with quality clinical photographs to aid with learning and revision Provides an understanding of traumatic adult dental injuries, their healing and an insight into their longer-term sequelae A new addition to the popular at a Glance series, Dental Trauma at a Glance is an indispensable hands-on guide for dental students and general dental practitioners. Accompanied by a companion website at www.wiley.com/go/alani/dental_trauma featuring: Multiple-choice questions to aid learning All figures from the book as downloadable PowerPoint slides
Journal of Neurophysiology, 68, 542—50. ... Leavitt, J. L. (1979) Cognitive demands of skating and stickhandling in ice hockey. Journal oprplied Sports ...
Author: Geert Savelsbergh
Co-ordination of movement plays a key role in human development and is an important area in sport and health sciences. This book looks in detail at how children develop basic skills, such as walking and reaching for objects, and more complex skills such as throwing and catching a ball accurately or riding a bicycle. Development of Movement Co-ordination in Children is informed by five major theoretical perspectives and are explained in an introductory chapter: * neural maturation * information processing * direct perception * dynamic systems * constraint theory. The international contributions are brought together under the headings of ergonomics, health sciences and sport. Focusing on practical applications, individual chapters cover many different aspects of movement behaviour and development, ranging from children's over-estimation of their physical abilities and the links to injury proneness, to the co-ordination of kicking techniques. Both normal and abnormal development is considered. This text will be of considerable interest to students, teachers and professionals in the fields of sport science, kinesiology, physical education, ergonomics and developmental psychology.
68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. Kenton ... Cervical spine alignment in the immobilized ice hockey player: A computed tomographic analysis of ...
Author: Richard B. Birrer
Publisher: CRC Press
Primary care practitioners are often the first medical professionals to see patients after an injury, making it critical for them to stay up to date on the latest developments in sports medicine. Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Practitioner contains the most current information on major topics in sports science and clinical medicine. It is a valuable resource for primary care physicians and allied health professionals who practice, teach, and hold specialty certifications in sports medicine and related fields. The book discusses key concepts related to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sports injuries. This edition adds new sections on pro-inflammatory treatments, field-side acupuncture, and brief musculoskeletal ultrasound as well as a new chapter on wellness and video illustrations of important musculoskeletal maneuvers at www.crcpress.com/9781482220117. The book follows the Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy (SORT), which addresses the quality, quantity, and consistency of evidence. It recommends levels of patient-oriented evidence to assist physicians in their diagnoses. Also included is a link to videos that demonstrate important musculoskeletal maneuvers used in sports medicine. As exercise and sports move beyond the realm of leisurely activity to a necessary component of good health, this book has become an important resource for all those involved in sports medicine.
67 See also Mason and Duquette, 'Newspaper Coverage of Early Professional Ice Hockey,' 161–2. 68 Seglins, '“Just Part of the Game,”' 80.
Author: John Chi-Kit Wong
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
In Coast to Coast, a wide range of contributors examine the historical development of hockey across Canada, in both rural and urban settings, to ask how ideas about hockey have changed.
There are a multitude of uses for this book including keeping track of goals, plans, and tasks or even as a grocery list and exercise log. Great for journaling or can also be used as a diary for kids or adults.
This 6"x9" inch journal is a great way to show off your unique style! Whether it's for taking notes for school work, doodling, or drawing, showcase your personality with this notebook. It includes 120 pages (60 Sheets) of black and white college ruled 7.1mm lined paper making it a perfect notebook for boys and girls, men and women. There are a multitude of uses for this book including keeping track of goals, plans, and tasks or even as a grocery list and exercise log. Great for journaling or can also be used as a diary for kids or adults. Not to mention, students of all ages and grades from kindergarten, to middle school, junior high, high school, and college for homework. Can also be used as a pad to jot down events or dates. The cover is beautiful and colorful and is the perfect size for all backpacks, pocketbooks, handbags, purses, or bags. Perfect to keep all of your thoughts and ideas in one place and the beautiful, classy, and elegant custom cover makes a great present for friends or family!
The Business of the National Hockey League to 1945 J. Andrew Ross ... Hockey, 1904–1907.” Journal of Sport History 25, no. 1 (1998): 1–17. ... 1993): 68–89.
Author: J. Andrew Ross
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
How did a small Canadian regional league come to dominate a North American continental sport? Joining the Clubs: The Business of the National Hockey League to 1945 tells the fascinating story of the game off the ice, offering a play-by-play of cooperation and competition among owners, players, arenas, and spectators that produced a major league business enterprise. Ross explores the ways in which the NHL organized itself to maintain long-term stability, deal with its labor force, and adapt its product and structure to the demands of local, regional, and international markets. He argues that sports leagues like the NHL pursued a strategy that responded both to standard commercial incentives and also to consumer demands that the product provide cultural meaning. Leagues successfully used the cartel form—an ostensibly illegal association of businesses that cooperated to monopolize the market for professional hockey—along with a focus on locally branded clubs, to manage competition and attract spectators to the sport. In addition, the NHL had another special challenge: unlike other major leagues, it was a binational league that had to sell and manage its sport in two different countries. Joining the Clubs pays close attention to these national differences, as well as to the context of a historical period characterized by war and peace, by rapid economic growth and dire recession, and by the momentous technological and social changes of the modern age.
For accounts of the incident, see, for example, Greenberg, Full Spectrum, 31; Toledo Blade, March 8, 1968; Milwaukee Journal, March 8, 1968.
Author: Ryan Swanson
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
Not distributed; available at Arkansas State Library.
'Getting Caught in the Net': Examining the Recruitment of Canadian Players in British Professional Ice Hockey'. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 32, no.
Author: Peter Kennedy
European National football came together in the summer of 2012 for the 14th occasion. This book sets out to examine the enduring social tensions between supporters and authorities, as well as those between local, national and European identities, which formed the backdrop to the 14th staging of the European National football tournament, Euro2012. The context of the tournament was somewhat unique from those staged in previous years, being jointly hosted for the first time by two post-Communist nations still in the process of social and economic transition. In this respect, the decision to stage Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine bore its own material and symbolic legacies shaping the tournament: the unsettling of neo-liberal imaginings and emergent ‘East-West’ fears about poor infrastructure, inefficiencies and corruption jostled with moral panics about racism and fears surrounding the potentially unfulfilled consumerist expectations of west European supporters. The book seeks to explore the ideologies and practices invoked by competing national sentiments and examine the social tensions, ambiguities and social capital generating potentials surrounding national, ethnic, European identity, with respect to national football teams, supporters and supporter movements. This book was published as a special issue of Soccer and Society.
The Journal of School Health, 68, 325–338. Malina, R. M. (2006). ... Spinal injuries in Canadian ice hockey: An update to 2005. Clinical Journal of Sport ...
Author: William T. O'Donohue
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Adolescence is a pivotal period of development with respect to health and illness. It is during adolescence that many positive health behaviors are consolidated and important health risk behaviors are first evident; thus, adolescence is a logical time period for primary prevention. In addition, the predominant causes of morbidity and mortality in adolescence are quite different from those of adults, indicating that early identification and treatment of adolescent health problems must be directed to a unique set of targets in this age group. Moreover, because of the particular developmental issues that characterize adolescence, intervention efforts designed for adults are often inappropriate or ineffective in an adolescent population. Even when chronic illnesses are congenital or begin in childhood, the manner in which the transition from childhood to adolescence to young adulthood is negotiated has important implications for disease outcomes throughout the remainder of the person’s life span. Organized in five major sections (General Issues, Developmental Issues, Treatment and Training, Mental Health, and Physical Health) and 44 chapters, Handbook of Adolescent Health Psychology addresses the common and not so common health issues that tend to affect adolescents. Coverage includes: ▪ Context and perspectives in adolescent health psychology ▪ Health literacy, health maintenance, and disease prevention in adolescence ▪ Physical disorders such as asthma, obesity, physical injury, and chronic pain ▪ Psychological disorders such as substance abuse, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, and eating disorders ▪ Congenital chronic diseases such as type 1 diabetes and spina bifida Handbook of Adolescent Health Psychology is the definitive reference for pediatricians, family physicians, health psychologists, clinical social workers, rehabilitation specialists, and all practitioners and researchers working with adolescents.
Journal of Sports Sciences, 24, 59–68. ... to examine the relationship between task cohesion and team task satisfaction in elite ice hockey players.
Author: Joseph Baker
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Identifying athletic talent and developing that talent to its full potential is a central concern in sport. Understanding talent identification and its implications for both positive and negative developmental outcomes is crucial to sporting success. This is the first comprehensive resource for scientists, researchers, students, coaches, analysts and policymakers looking to improve their knowledge of the talent identification and development process. With contributions from leading researchers and practitioners, this book offers a complete overview of contemporary talent identification and development from in-depth discussion of methodological and philosophical issues through to practical applications. Adopting an international and multi-disciplinary approach, it addresses all key aspects of the talent identification and development process, including skill acquisition and motor learning, psychological factors and family influences, creating optimal environments for performance, and dealing with injury and rehabilitation. Presenting an unrivalled wealth of research, the Routledge Handbook of Talent Identification and Development in Sport is an essential resource for any undergraduate or postgraduate degree course in sport studies, sport science, sport coaching or sport management, as well as for sport policymakers, analysts and coaches.
Cognitive demands of skating and stickhandling in ice hockey. Canadian Journal of Applied Sports Science, 4, 46–55. ... Lersten, K.C. (1968). Transfer of ...
Author: Richard Schmidt
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Motor Learning and Performance, Sixth Edition, constructs a conceptual model of factors that influence motor performance, outlines how motor skills are acquired and retained with practice, and shows how to apply those concepts to a variety of real-world settings.