Connect Online Access for Connect Get Active 3 9781259702686 Connect Get Active! 3.0 is an online system that will enable you to more efficiently manage and teach your sport and activity classes. Using this innovative learning system, your students will spend more class time being physically active and you will spend less time ensuring the quality and consistency of instruction is the same across all classes.
Connect Online Access for Connect Get Active

Connect Online Access for Connect Get Active

3rd Edition
By Marc Lochbaum
ISBN10: 1259702685
ISBN13: 9781259702686
Copyright: 2020
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ISBN10: 1259702685 | ISBN13: 9781259702686

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SECTION 1 Introduction to Fitness and Wellness
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Wellness, Fitness, and Behavior Change 
CHAPTER 2 Basics of Physical Activity, Fitness, and Exercise 
CHAPTER 3 Fitness Testing 
CHAPTER 4 Nutrition Basics: Energy and Nutrients 
CHAPTER 5 Eating for Wellness and Weight Management 
CHAPTER 6 Stress and Its Sources 
CHAPTER 7 Chronic Diseases 
CHAPTER 8 Substance Use, Dependence, and Addiction

SECTION 2 Sports and Activities
CHAPTER 9 Basketball 
CHAPTER 10 Soccer 
CHAPTER 11 Softball 
CHAPTER 12 Golf 
CHAPTER 13 Volleyball 
CHAPTER 14 Tennis 
CHAPTER 15 Fitness Walking 
CHAPTER 16 Jogging 
CHAPTER 17 Racquetball 
CHAPTER 18 Badminton 
CHAPTER 19 Pickleball 
CHAPTER 20 Bowling 
CHAPTER 21 Flag Football 
CHAPTER 22 Ultimate 
CHAPTER 23 Swimming 
CHAPTER 24 Indoor Cycling 
CHAPTER 25 Social Dance
CHAPTER 26 Archery 
CHAPTER 27 Hiking and Backpacking 
CHAPTER 28 Cardio Dance and Other Group Exercise
CHAPTER 29 Yoga 
CHAPTER 30 Pilates 
CHAPTER 31 Indoor Rock Climbing 
CHAPTER 32 Weight Training 
CHAPTER 33 Round Net 
CHAPTER 34 Triathlon 

SECTION 3 Flexibility and Conditioning Toolbox 

About the Author

Marc Lochbaum

Marc Lochbaum is a Professor of the Psychology of Physical Activity in the Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences at Texas Tech University. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, his master’s from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and his doctorate from Arizona State University. As a faculty member at Texas Tech since 2000, he has been actively involved in research aimed at understanding personality and motivational determinants of college-aged students' physical activity as well as the psychological benefits of being physically active. In addition, he has been instrumental in expanding the impact of his department's one-hour basic physical activity courses through development and enhancement of Connect Get Active! He is currently a co-investigator on a $24.5 million project by the U.S. Department of Education; his role is to administrate as well as research the benefits to youth enrolled in the high-quality afterschool programs his department runs in a low-income area of Lubbock, Texas. Dr. Lochbaum began publishing and presenting his research in the early 1990s. He is active in a number of professional organizations, including acting as 2013 chair of the Basic Activities Section of the College Division of the Texas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. Dr. Lochbaum enjoys playing basketball and golf as his main physical activities.

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