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Myles Human Kinetics Schrag
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The Sports Rules Book

Myles Human Kinetics Schrag


Human Kinetics Europe

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Sports & outdoor recreation


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From adventure racing to wrestling and all sports in between, The Sports Rules Book, 4th Edition is an all-inclusive resource that covers 64 sports.

This updated and expanded fourth edition features each sport's origin and history, basic procedures, terminology, equipment and scoring systems.

Selected sports' coverage also includes officials' signals and rule modification to help teachers and coaches adapt sports for younger and less-skilled players.

The chapters feature standardised sections for quick reference. Each chapter is also reviewed and approved by governing bodies or experts in the sport to ensure accurate and up-to-date information.

By:   Myles Human Kinetics, Schrag
Imprint:   Human Kinetics Europe
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   4th ed.
Weight:   5g
ISBN:   9781492567592
ISBN 10:   1492567590
Publication Date:   December 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

Human Kinetics has been providing the world authoritative information related to physical activity since 1974. That information takes the form of textbooks and their ancillaries, consumer books, journals, online courses, software, and audiovisual products. The information touches the lives of millions of people worldwide who are interested in some form of physical activity. Those people include college students and professors, personal trainers, rehabilitation specialists, athletes, coaches, physical educators, nutritionists, parents, and sedentary people who want to become active. Myles Schrag is the founder of Adina Publishing and a former acquisitions and developmental editor at Human Kinetics. He has been involved in sport throughout his life as a participant, fan, coach, and parent. His career also includes experience as a freelance writer, book reviewer, and newspaper editor. His sports writing, youth coaching experience, and all-around interest in sport and physical activity make him uniquely qualified to author this book.

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