3 edition of Recreational Sports Programming (Sports Publication) found in the catalog.
Recreational Sports Programming (Sports Publication)
Richard F. Mull
by Athletic Institute
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
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Recreational Sport Programming Paperback – Decem by Richard D. Mull (Author), Scott A. Forrester (Author), Martha L. Barnes (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Richard D. Mull, Scott A. Forrester, Martha L. Barnes. Programming for Parks, Recreation, and Leisure Services: A Servant Leadership Approach 3rd Edition Recreational Sports Programming book Donald G.
Degraaf (Author), Debra J. Jordan (Author), Kathy H. Cited by: 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—youth/adult leagues, tournaments, club activity, and drop-in play.
Director, Campus Recreational Sports, Indiana University, who developed the original. content for the Informal and Club Sport chapters which is mostly maintained in this edition, and editing the content in this edition for the shining examples for Campus Recreational Sports and Club Sports; Craig RossFile Size: 1MB.
Recreational sports programming by Kathryn G. Bayless. Published by Athletic Institute in North Palm Beach, Fla. Written in EnglishPages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: 1st ed. named Bayless as first author.
Description: ix, pages: illustrations, forms ; 24 cm. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bayless, Kathryn G. Recreational sports programming. Minneapolis, Minn.: Burgess Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Programming: Recreational Sports Never Stop Playing Trends in Adult Recreational Sports By Chris Gelbach.
Adult recreational sports offer recreation managers a potent way to encourage lifelong fitness and build a sense of community among patrons of all ages. These programs can also be a great way to fill facility space during both peak and off.
• Implementation 1-C (2): Provide program services to all ages, abilities, and economic and cultural backgrounds. • Implementation 1-C (3): Expand the City’s role as a primary provider of recreation programs and services and increase programming to meet changing demographics and growing community Size: KB.
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He was previously profiled in Christopher McDougall's bestselling Sports book, Born to Run, which details Jurek's triumphant experiences as an "ultramarathoner."For his own memoir, Jurek. Details about Recreational Sport Programming: This 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 organisations and agencies-youth/adult leagues, tournaments, club activity, and drop-in.
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