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To Learn asks the questions: Do you teach? Do you manage? Do you inspire? Do you sell? If the answer is yes to any of these or similar duties, then at least part of your job description or self-chosen pathway will likely include encouraging learning by your students, workers, followers, customers. To Learn can serve as a resource guide, providing you insight into the processes and barriers involved when those in your charge attempt to improve their understanding.


Within the pages of Chasing the Elements, you will discover the lives of extreme sports athletes. Their sport is captured in the lens of a camera. Their passion and story in the words within. With a background of writing about action sports, the author of Chasing the Elements: The Heart and Soul of Action Sports, Liv Williams, explores the power and might of the human spirit. From her extreme sports blog and using her love of the great outdoors as a backdrop, she conducts in-depth interviews. Step into the worlds of extreme sports such as BMX, Surfing, Snowboarding, Skateboarding, Freediving, Freerunning, Action Sports Filmmaking and Photography.


Weight Management for Triathletes is a book that every athlete struggling to keep that optimal weight needs. Triathletes work hard to move faster in each triathlon event. They strive to be successful in the competition. They additionally desire to be leaner. Unfortunately, for many athletes, training is not enough. They must pay attention to their diet as well as the training volume they need to achieve their optimal weight.


Are you ready to start keeping track of the runs that you take, how long they are, your endurance level? In Your Personal Running Journal, 1972 Olympian Jeff Galloway details how to set up a successful training program. You will learn how to monitor progress, and how to schedule each workout. Keep record of your running progress by using the 52 week daily journal entries. They also come with easy-to-use data analysis tables.


Running can be not only good for your body, but it can also be good for your soul as well especially if you’re running upon some of America’s most beautiful outdoor running trails. In America’s Best Trails, author and running expert, Jeff Galloway and his son, Brennan Galloway take you on a journey of some of America’s gorgeous trails. Jeff and Brennan will present some of their favorite and most scenic places to run or walk in the United States in this book. This list includes places in almost all of the 50 states, divided geographically from West to East. Each route has directions to the trail head and special instructions to enjoy the area.


Have you considered training for a triathlon? Triathlon: Starting Out will help you get started on the triathlon journey smoothly.  This book has the information you need to begin this rewarding sport. Triathlon is more than the sum of its parts. You know that the triathlon is made up of running, swimming and cycling, and you can swim, cycle, and run but you need more to become a triathlete. This easy-to-understand introduction to the sport is what you need if you want to prepare for your first triathlon. Triathlon experts, Roch Frey and Paul Huddle are two of the most respected names in multisport coaching.


A League of Their Own provides readers with a closer look at the FIFA Club World Champions. It examines teams such as FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester City. Readers will catch a glimpse into the history of these clubs while also learning about the individual philosophies of some of the top coaches. A League of Their Own discusses different tactical philosophies as well as how these tactical approaches have been adjusted by some of soccer’s greatest coaches, such as Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Luis Enrique, and Louis van Gaal. Finally, readers will be taken through case studies of each individual team with a step-by-step analysis of how these tactical setups are successful and how they can be exploited.


The Soccer Games and Drills Compendium is a comprehensive compilation of 350 realistic drills and games that facilitate high-quality design and quick implementation of modern soccer training. There are many drills in this book which are divided into technical, tactical, and fitness-based focus areas. Individual focus areas cover basic training content such as passing, dribbling, shots on goal, feints, juggling, and 1-on-1 situations. They are followed by focus areas with differentiated and advanced content. This content includes transitioning and reacting, chaos and action, game start variations, active defense, tournaments, and topics on tactical training. In addition to all of this, The Soccer Game and Drills Compendium includes exercises for soccer-specific speed training, athletic and endurance training, indoor training, goalkeeper training, and team building.


The self-defense system, Krav Maga, initially developed for the Israeli army and practiced in areas of war and conflict, is booming worldwide. The prompt use of these techniques and its effectiveness have led to its success and international spread. As a civilian, author Carsten Draheim teaches members of military units and police in addition to ordinary people in daily self-defense training. He is also the owner of Krav Maga Institute which is one of the biggest providers worldwide with more than 1,700 students and teaching modules per year. He is the best known instructor of Krav Maga in German speaking countries. The author presents all of his broad experience and knowledge in this supplement to Krav Maga lessons.


Soccer players and coaches alike admire the German national team for their combination of individual qualities and teamwork. It has led to some of the most creative soccer being played during the 2014 World Championship. The German teams success can be found rooted in the youth training practiced in German soccer clubs. Most professional soccer clubs in Germany have their own youth academy where the next Bundesliga stars are formed. There was only one from the 2014 World Cup squad, Miroslav Klose, who was not trained in one of these academies. In Creating World Champions, the system used for German soccer youth development is explained with particular emphasis on the different paths that young players can take on the road to success.