Recreational Sport Programming, 5th ed.

Recreational Sport Programming, 5th ed. - Redshelf eBook

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978-1-57167-709-9
Edition
5th
     
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Recreational Sport Programming (5th ed.) offers a wealth of information to help the specialist initiate, maintain, and enhance the recreational experience for all participants.

This book offers foundations of recreational sport; information on fitness and learning opportunities; and practical programming information for instructional sports, informal sports, intramural and extramural sports, and club sports. It also examines areas such as staffing and administration.

In addition to teaching at the higher education level, the authors have served as consultant and advisor in the field of recreational sports, interim assistant director for club sports, and assistant director at a tennis center.

Recreational Sport Programming is a comprehensive resource for recreation and leisure studies curriculums that presents theoretical and practical content for the professional’s role in sports programming as it relates to all recreational organizations and agencies.