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Tumbling Basics

Author : Kathleen Ortiz
ISBN : 9781450432061
Genre : Education
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With step-by-step instructions, photos, and illustrations, "Tumbling Basics" presents seven skills that serve as the basis for any tumbling program. It also includes strength and flexibility exercises and tumbling circuits to reinforce each skill. Rubrics, spotting techniques, and safety information are also included.

Teaching Tumbling

Author : Phillip Ward
ISBN : 0873224973
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 39. 11 MB
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Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, k, p, e, i, t.

Basics Of Paint Technology Part Ii

Author : V. C. Malshe
ISBN : 9788190329842
Genre : Coatings
File Size : 61. 69 MB
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Cheerleading Stunts And Tumbling

Author : Lisa Mullarkey
ISBN : 0766035379
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 76. 64 MB
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"Readers will find out about the differences between tumbling and stunting, and learn basic moves in both"--Provided by publisher.

A Guide To Beginner Tumbling

Author : Mike Ferralli
ISBN : 1561677981
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 73. 27 MB
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Today's gymnasts and cheerleaders are extremely competitive and are expected to perform some the of the most complex and strenuous tumbling and gymnastic combinations in the field. This level of training and expertise is finding its way into amateur ranks, including high schools and community leagues. Building a first rate team of athletes takes discipline, dedication, and hard work, and "A Guide to Beginner Tumbling" outlines the essential elements in developing skilled and healthy athletes. Concentrating on drills that teach body control, body awareness, and tumbling techniques, this clear and well-illustrated guide also includes safety, nutritional, and conditioning guidelines. Step-by-step instructions, detailed descriptions, and excellent photos showing correct and incorrect form and positioning make "A Guide to Beginner Tumbling" a valuable working handbook for all coaches and squad leaders. "A Guide to Beginner Tumbling" is currently being used by the North Carolina State University Physical Education department as the manual for gymnastics classes.

Inside Tumbling

Author : Robert Ito
ISBN : 0809280434
Genre : Tumbling
File Size : 35. 1 MB
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Cheerleading Basics

Author : Sara Green
ISBN : 9781600146466
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 45. 6 MB
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Describes the basics of cheerleading and the time, effort, spirit, energy, and practice required.

Rubber Basics

Author : R. B. Simpson
ISBN : 185957307X
Genre : Science
File Size : 28. 26 MB
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This book comprises a glossary of terms used in the rubber industry, a detailed description of the common rubber materials, a section on rubber additives, and an outline of the equipment types used in rubber processing. It provides a quick means of obtaining information about key subjects.

Mountaineering Methodology Part 1 The Basics

Author : Thomas Kublak
ISBN : 9788087715123
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Mountaineering Methodology is a textbook intended for beginners and advanced climbers who wish to devote themselves to mountaineering in its various forms, whether rock climbing, artificial climbing walls, ascents in the mountains up rock, snow, and ice, or protected routes (klettersteig, via ferrata). The first section, The Basics, presents all of mountaineering and its individual disciplines, so that the reader can become clear on which discipline and method of mountaineering interests her, and which she would like to focus on. Afterward, climbing movements during rock climbing are discussed so as to make it clear what this most common form of climbing offers, so that the reader may again consider whether this is indeed the field for him. A description of mountaineering terrain follows, so that it is evident right from the beginning in what environments mountaineering is conducted. Then the first more difficult passage follows, which requires actual study: knots. Even if you wish to participate in mountaineering on a purely recreational level, you will be unable to do so without at least a basic knowledge of knots.

Film Video Finder

Author : National Information Center for Educational Media
ISBN : 0937548294
Genre : Performing Arts
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