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Download On Trails free pdf ebook online. On Trails is a book by Robert Moor on 2016-07-12. Enjoy reading 352 pages by starting download or read online On Trails.


By : Robert Moor
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2016-07-12
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Simon and Schuster
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New York Times Bestseller • Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award • Winner of the Saroyan International Prize for Writing • Winner of the Pacific Northwest Book Award • “The best outdoors book of the year.” —Sierra Club From a talent who’s been compared to Annie Dillard, Edward Abbey, David Quammen, and Jared Diamond, On Trails is a wondrous exploration of how trails help us understand the world—from invisible ant trails to hiking paths that span continents, from interstate highways to the Internet. While thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, Robert Moor began to wonder about the paths that lie beneath our feet: How do they form? Why do some improve over time while others fade? What makes us follow or strike off on our own? Over the course of seven years, Moor traveled the globe, exploring trails of all kinds, from the miniscule to the massive. He learned the tricks of master trail-builders, hunted down long-lost Cherokee trails, and traced the origins of our road networks and the Internet. In each chapter, Moor interweaves his adventures with findings from science, history, philosophy, and nature writing. Throughout, Moor reveals how this single topic—the oft-overlooked trail—sheds new light on a wealth of age-old questions: How does order emerge out of chaos? How did animals first crawl forth from the seas and spread across continents? How has humanity’s relationship with nature and technology shaped world around us? And, ultimately, how does each of us pick a path through life? Moor has the essayist’s gift for making new connections, the adventurer’s love for paths untaken, and the philosopher’s knack for asking big questions. With a breathtaking arc that spans from the dawn of animal life to the digital era, On Trails is a book that makes us see our world, our history, our species, and our ways of life anew.

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Download On the Trail free pdf ebook online. On the Trail is a book by Silas Chamberlin on 2016-10-25. Enjoy reading 273 pages by starting download or read online On the Trail.


By : Silas Chamberlin
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2016-10-25
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Yale University Press
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The first history of the American hiking community and its contributions to the nation’s vast network of trails. In the mid-nineteenth century urban walking clubs emerged in the United States. A little more than a century later, tens of millions of Americans were hiking on trails blazed in every region of the country. This groundbreaking book is the first full account of the unique history of the American hiking community and its rich, nationwide culture. Delving into unexplored archives, including those of the Appalachian Mountain Club, Sierra Club, Green Mountain Club, and many others, Silas Chamberlin recounts the activities of hikers who over many decades formed clubs, built trails, and advocated for environmental protection. He also discusses the shifting attitudes of the late 1960s and early 1970s when ideas about traditional volunteerism shifted and new hikers came to see trail blazing and maintenance as government responsibilities. Chamberlin explores the implications for hiking groups, future club leaders, and the millions of others who find happiness, inspiration, and better health on America’s trails. “With rich historical context Silas Chamberlin inspires new appreciation for trailblazers, while sharing the legacy of hiking and its growing importance today, as people find their way to a new relationship with the natural world.”—Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods and Vitamin N “Chamberlin has demonstrated that what at first looks simple—walking on our own two feet—has a complex history of changing cultural associations, social infrastructure, and national significance.”—James Longhurst, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse

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Download A Walk in the Woods free pdf ebook online. A Walk in the Woods is a book by Bill Bryson on 2012-05-15. Enjoy reading 416 pages by starting download or read online A Walk in the Woods.


By : Bill Bryson
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
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Release Date : 2012-05-15
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Anchor Canada
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God only knows what possessed Bill Bryson, a reluctant adventurer if ever there was one, to undertake a gruelling hike along the world's longest continuous footpath—The Appalachian Trail. The 2,000-plus-mile trail winds through 14 states, stretching along the east coast of the United States, from Georgia to Maine. It snakes through some of the wildest and most spectacular landscapes in North America, as well as through some of its most poverty-stricken and primitive backwoods areas. With his offbeat sensibility, his eye for the absurd, and his laugh-out-loud sense of humour, Bryson recounts his confrontations with nature at its most uncompromising over his five-month journey. An instant classic, riotously funny, A Walk in the Woods will add a whole new audience to the legions of Bill Bryson fans.

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By : Tim Cope
Language : English
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Release Date : 2013-09-24
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Bloomsbury Publishing USA
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Grand Prize Winner, Banff Mountain Festival Book Competition The relationship between man and horse on the Eurasian steppe gave rise to a succession of rich nomadic cultures. Among them were the Mongols of the thirteenth century – a small tribe, which, under the charismatic leadership of Genghis Khan, created the largest contiguous land empire in history. Inspired by the extraordinary life nomads lead, Tim Cope embarked on a journey that hadn't been successfully completed since those times: to travel on horseback across the entire length of the Eurasian steppe, from Karakorum, the ancient capital of Mongolia, through Kazakhstan, Russia, Crimea and the Ukraine to the Danube River in Hungary. From horse-riding novice to spending months in the saddle, he learnt to fend off wolves and would-be horse-thieves, and grapple with the haunting extremes of the steppe as he crossed sub-zero plateaux, the scorching deserts of Kazakhstan and the high-mountain passes of the Carpathians. As he travelled he formed a close bond with his horses and especially his dog Tigon, and encountered essential hospitality – the linchpin of human survival on the steppe – from those he met along the way. Cope bears witness to how the traditional ways hang in the balance in the post-Soviet world – an era that has brought new-found freedom, but also the perils of corruption and alcoholism, and left a world bereft of both the Communist system upon which it once relied, and the traditional knowledge of the nomadic forefathers. A journey of adventure, endurance and eventual triumph, On the Trail of Genghis Khan is at once a celebration of and an elegy for an ancient way of life.

Food on Foot Ebook Summary Download


Download Food on Foot free pdf ebook online. Food on Foot is a book by Demet Güzey on 2017-04-01. Enjoy reading 212 pages by starting download or read online Food on Foot.


By : Demet Güzey
Language : English
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Release Date : 2017-04-01
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What did great adventurers eat during their expeditions to the far corners of the world? How did they view the role of food in their survival and wellbeing? What about hikers and backpackers today who set out to enjoy nature, pushing their own boundaries of comfort for adventure. How does food impact their experience? And what do they have in common with pilgrims and soldiers? Food is a significant element of our relationship with nature. Whether a historical expedition or a weekend camping trip, a journey made on foot requires sustenance. Without mastering our relationship with food we would have not been to the South Pole or summited Mt. Everest or expanded to the west of America. However, in the reporting of these expeditions so far food has rarely taken a central role. It is possible to take a different stance and look at our time on trails with food as the leading character. Here, Demet Güzey offers a fun and interesting read on the social and cultural history, developments and challenges in food on trails and in the wild. She explores personal accounts, news articles and anecdotes to highlight how food has accompanied us in mountaineering, desert travel, and pilgrimage, in the army or on the street. From tinned foods to foraging in the wild, worm-infested hardtack to palate-dulling army rations, loss of appetite in high altitude to starvation at the trenches, no stone is left unturned in this tour of how we manage food on foot, and how disasters happen when we do not manage it so well. Readers will delight in both the stories of many of the famous explorations and the more current journeys.

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Download The Appalachian Trail free pdf ebook online. The Appalachian Trail is a book by D'Anieri, Philip on 2021-06-08. Enjoy reading 272 pages by starting download or read online The Appalachian Trail.


By : D'Anieri, Philip
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-06-08
Group : English Books
Publsh by : HarperCollins
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The Appalachian Trail is America’s most beloved trek, with millions of hikers setting foot on it every year. Yet few are aware of the fascinating backstory of the dreamers and builders who helped bring it to life over the past century. The conception and building of the Appalachian Trail is a story of unforgettable characters who explored it, defined it, and captured national attention by hiking it. From Grandma Gatewood—a mother of eleven who thru-hiked in canvas sneakers and a drawstring duffle—to Bill Bryson, author of the best-selling A Walk in the Woods, the AT has seized the American imagination like no other hiking path. The 2,000-mile-long hike from Georgia to Maine is not just a trail through the woods, but a set of ideas about nature etched in the forest floor. This character-driven biography of the trail is a must-read not just for ambitious hikers, but for anyone who wonders about our relationship with the great outdoors and dreams of getting away from urban life for a pilgrimage in the wild.

105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia Ebook Summary Download


Download 105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia free pdf ebook online. 105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia is a book by Stephen Hui on 2018-05-22. Enjoy reading 256 pages by starting download or read online 105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia.


By : Stephen Hui
Language : English
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Release Date : 2018-05-22
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Greystone Books Ltd
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The all-new, expanded follow-up to southwestern British Columbia’s best-selling hiking guidebook—now featuring trails on the islands and northern Washington. For nearly fifty years, David and Mary Macaree’s iconic 103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia has been the province’s most popular and most trusted hiking guide, with more than 100,000 copies sold to date. Author Stephen Hui carries on the Macarees’ legacy in 105 Hikes in and around Southwestern British Columbia—an all-new, expanded follow-up inspired by their beloved classic. With an additional selection of trails on the Gulf Islands and in Washington’s North Cascades, options for hiking with children, and rainy day recommendations, 105 Hikes covers a wider area and wider range of abilities than its predecessor. Like the Macarees, Hui provides detailed information about how to get to each trailhead (including transit options, where available), distance and elevation gains, estimated hiking times, and points of natural or historical interest. But he also includes all-new features such as an at-a-glance summary of all the hikes in the book; tips for hiking safely and ethically; clear, topographical color maps; a rating system for hike quality and difficulty; Indigenous place names where appropriate; and shorter or longer options for every outing.

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Download Dogs on the Trail free pdf ebook online. Dogs on the Trail is a book by Blair Braverman,Quince Mountain on 2021-11-16. Enjoy reading 144 pages by starting download or read online Dogs on the Trail.


By : Blair Braverman,Quince Mountain
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-11-16
Group : English Books
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Please note this is a fixed format ebook. Type size and other formatting features on your eReader are not usable on this file. Your device should allow you to enlarge an individual paragraph by double clicking it. Once you have done so, you may be able to further zoom in and use the “turn page” feature to move to the next paragraph, depending on your device. A delightful photographic journey into a year in the life of a team of sled dogs, based on Braverman’s wildly popular Twitter feed When Blair Braverman started posting pictures of her dog team on Twitter, she had no idea the response she would get. Being a musher, after all, isn’t just about racing—raising dogs from puppyhood to retirement (and beyond) is a full-time job. She and her husband, musher Quince Mountain, wanted to share stories about life with their dog team. And not just the big stuff, like expeditions and wild animal encounters, but also the everyday things: the challenge of storing a thousand pounds of raw meat, scouting new trails with the dogs, the decisions that go into putting a team together, how she trains puppies to be brave. These were goofy stories, scary stories, heartfelt stories, stories that clearly connected with people and kept going viral. Inspired by those connections, Dogs on the Trail is a chronicle of a year in the life of their dog team. Beginning in the fall as the weather starts to cool, training on both dry land and in the snow, then camping and racing. Spring brings mud—lousy for sledding, but the dogs love it. And summer is the season of puppies. The book ends on a beginning, in anticipation of the adventurous lives that the new pups have in store. An irresistible adventure, Dogs on the Trail will delight and entertain while taking you inside a musher’s world, and showing you why the wilderness isn’t simply a place to visit but also a home to return to.

Off the Beaten Path, Expanded Second Ed. Ebook Summary Download


Download Off the Beaten Path, Expanded Second Ed. free pdf ebook online. Off the Beaten Path, Expanded Second Ed. is a book by Norman D. Watt on 2014-03-05. Enjoy reading 200 pages by starting download or read online Off the Beaten Path, Expanded Second Ed..


By : Norman D. Watt
Language : English
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Release Date : 2014-03-05
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Harbour Publishing
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With a total of 31 North Shore hikes (15 in West Vancouver and 16 in North Vancouver), plus two in the Pemberton area, this is the most comprehensive collection of North Shore hiking trails to be found anywhere. Focusing on the varied and interesting hiking trails through the wilderness of Metro Vancouver’s North Shore forests, many entries feature historical information about the area not often found in other hiking books, including points of local interest such as old homesteads and logging camps from the early 1900s. The level of detail, including thorough trail descriptions and approximate walking times, makes this book a distinctive and invaluable resource for the seasoned outdoor adventurer as well as the casual hiker. From Horseshoe Bay and Lighthouse Park to the Baden-Powell Trail and Goldie Lake, discover the rugged beauty of the North Shore up close and on foot.

Destination Hikes Ebook Summary Download


Download Destination Hikes free pdf ebook online. Destination Hikes is a book by Stephen Hui on 2021-05-11. Enjoy reading N.A pages by starting download or read online Destination Hikes.


By : Stephen Hui
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-05-11
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Publsh by : Greystone Books Ltd
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Discover 55 of the most beautiful hikes near Vancouver, each with an exciting destination to reward your efforts. Planning your next hiking journey in beautiful British Columbia? This new book from the bestselling author of 105 Hikes will show you how to reach the most breathtaking hiking destinations in the province. 55 new day trips: celebrate nature big and small with astonishing hikes you can do in one day. Large geographical area: the book covers Duffey Lake and the Stein Valley in the north, Washington’s Cascade Mountains in the south, Nanaimo and the Gulf Islands in the west, and Manning Park and the Coquihalla in the east. Diverse destinations: including astonishing views, swimming holes, beautiful rivers and lakes, and even a 600-year-old tree. History and ecology: the author acknowledges the Indigenous territory each trail crosses, and points out nearby museums, wetlands, temples, and memorials. Giving back: A portion of the author’s royalties will go to the Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning to support trail building and maintenance. With each hike, bestselling author and seasoned BC hiker Stephen Hui shares everything you need to know to make your day a success. Bonus features include: A photograph of every hike Topographic maps Difficulty ratings At-a-glance summaries of special features Recommendations for kids and families, and shoulder season.

Paths Less Traveled: Tramping on Trails (And Sometimes Not) to Find New Hampshire's Special Places Ebook Summary Download


Download Paths Less Traveled: Tramping on Trails (And Sometimes Not) to Find New Hampshire's Special Places free pdf ebook online. Paths Less Traveled: Tramping on Trails (And Sometimes Not) to Find New Hampshire's Special Places is a book by Gordon DuBois on 2020-02-14. Enjoy reading 294 pages by starting download or read online Paths Less Traveled: Tramping on Trails (And Sometimes Not) to Find New Hampshire's Special Places.


By : Gordon DuBois
Language : English
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Release Date : 2020-02-14
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Publsh by : Dorrance Publishing
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PATHS LESS TRAVELED By: Gordon DuBois Many a fascinating tale is told in this outstanding collection of hiking columns penned by avid tramper Gordon DuBois. Paths Less Traveled takes the reader along trails – and sometimes off-trail - far and wide across the Lakes Region, the White Mountains, and the lonesome North Country. Within these pages you’ll find vivid narratives of treks to peaks, ponds, waterfalls, old logging railroad grades, abandoned villages, big trees, little-known conservation lands, and many other interesting destinations. The trips range from family-friendly strolls to epic bushwhacks and daunting rock scrambles. Along the way the author provides a generous helping of local historical lore. Also included are useful tips on safe hiking in summer and winter, leave no trace principles, senior fitness, and a canine perspective from Reuben, the author’s faithful trail companion. Paths Less Traveled will be a treasured addition to any New Hampshire hiker’s bookshelf. Steven D. Smith, Co-Editor of the AMC White Mountain Guide Paths Less Traveled describes several trails in Meredith complete with details on how to find them and what to expect when I get there. I am a novice hiker with a young dog and Gordon's book has helped us to get started on adventures without feeling overwhelmed by trails that are too challenging or too crowded for us. Erin Apostolos, Director Meredith Public Library If you are an explorer who likes to seek out destinations that are a bit different or are off the radar away from the crowds, Paths Less Traveled is for you. Author Gordon DuBois draws upon his extensive experience hiking throughout New England to bring the reader to some locations that are more well-known and many that are not, some by trail and others by bushwhack. Peppered with personal anecdotes and interesting historical narratives, Paths Less Traveled is a captivating read and will appeal to both the experienced and novice hiker. Ken MacGray, Co-Editor of the AMC Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide, 5th Edition

Hike It Baby Ebook Summary Download


Download Hike It Baby free pdf ebook online. Hike It Baby is a book by Shanti Hodges on 2018-06-01. Enjoy reading 320 pages by starting download or read online Hike It Baby.


By : Shanti Hodges
Language : English
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Category : Books
Release Date : 2018-06-01
Group : English Books
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New parents and parents of toddlers face unique challenges when it comes to planning outdoor trips. “Family-friendly trail” is often a misleading phrase, and doesn’t take young children under the age of 5 into consideration, whose safety and comfort require a different perspective. The unpredictable nature of little ones leads many parents to put their adventure dreams on the back burner, missing out on years of meaningful experiences as a family. Hike it Baby presents 100 outdoor adventures across the U.S. that you can take with babies and toddlers (really!), along with everything you need to know about exploring the natural world. Sourced from real families using Hike it Baby’s trail-tested system, this book helps moms and dads get out there in their comfort zone, yet feel like hardcore adventurers! Whether you’ve always wanted to hike part of the Appalachian Trail, splash around in gentle Northwest waterfalls, or scramble up rocks in the desert surrounded by Joshua Trees, this book shows you how to plan a truly memorable journey together.

Best Mountain Bike Trails in Ontario Ebook Summary Download


Download Best Mountain Bike Trails in Ontario free pdf ebook online. Best Mountain Bike Trails in Ontario is a book by Dan Roitner on . Enjoy reading 145 pages by starting download or read online Best Mountain Bike Trails in Ontario.


By : Dan Roitner
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Start planning your next great MTB adventure today! Finally, a mountain bike trail guide to help you locate Ontario’s elusive sweet singletrack. This quick, informative read will get you out riding new trail by next weekend. Features: Top 55 MTB locations in Ontario, Canada 145 pages, large format, full colour Advice for everyone from beginners to expert riders Detailed reviews, topo trail maps and plenty of photos Consistent review ratings, from one source—the author Trail Reviews List − Each review gives all the info you need: length, elevation, terrain, skill level, traffic, maps, facilities, highlights, trail fees, phone #, website, similar trails, local clubs, and trailhead access address + GPS coordinates Extra Content Includes − What Is Mountain Biking & Would I Like It?, Beginner Trails, MTB Groups & Clubs, Ontario Geography, GPS Accuracy, Map Making, Trail Building Concepts, Trail Hazards, Bike Health, Theft & Etiquette, Bike Repair, and many tips on Getting Ready for a Ride, as well as My Top 5 Lists and a Glossary/Lingo page Discover the many diverse MTB destinations in Ontario, Canada, where you can let loose on your bike. Recommendations range from beginner trails ideal for riders just trying out the sport to the toughest double-black runs that challenge even the experts. After many years of riding these trails, Dan Roitner has written the MTB trail guide he always wished for. He combined his trail reviews, photos and mapping data into this comprehensive and entertaining guidebook. Written with insight and humour—and crammed with info—this book will lead you to the best MTB trails Ontario has to offer. There’s a lot more riding in this province than you thought possible!

Backpacking in Southwestern British Columbia Ebook Summary Download


Download Backpacking in Southwestern British Columbia free pdf ebook online. Backpacking in Southwestern British Columbia is a book by Taryn Eyton on 2021-05-11. Enjoy reading N.A pages by starting download or read online Backpacking in Southwestern British Columbia.


By : Taryn Eyton
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-05-11
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A one-stop resource for hiking backpackers in beautiful British Columbia. Planning your next backpacking adventure? This book covers all the essentials including: 40 overnight hiking trails: discover the many different routes that BC has to offer Packing tips: take only the most essential items with you (plus a few comforts) Permitting: find out what permits you’ll need, and where to get them Camp set-up: tips for where to pitch your tent and how to find water Environmental impact: learn how to Leave No Trace behind in the wilderness This book features backpacking routes from the North Shore up to Pemberton and Lytton and from the Sunshine Coast out to the Similkameen Valley. Beautiful photographs showcase what you’ll see along the way: mountain peaks, alpine meadows, waterfalls, old-growth forests, and more. Every backpacking route in the book includes bonus features: Trail maps and route descriptions Elevation, distance and time information Points of cultural and natural history Pre-planning hints about fees, permits, and reservations Suggested side trips and points of particular interest Backpacking in Southwestern British Columbia also shares options for extending an overnight excursion to several nights or a week, and for selecting hikes that match your timeline/fitness level.

The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook Ebook Summary Download


Download The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook free pdf ebook online. The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook is a book by Claire Maxted on 2021-01-07. Enjoy reading 224 pages by starting download or read online The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook.


By : Claire Maxted
Language : English
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Release Date : 2021-01-07
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'Filled to the brim with advice, tips and inspiration to enable you to achieve your dreams over whatever distance you want your legs to carry you' Chrissie Wellington, OBE, four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion From complete beginners to seasoned off-road runners, The Ultimate Trail Running Handbook has all the training and nutrition advice, skills, gear and motivation you need to become a fit and confident trail runner. There are training plans that take newcomers from 5k parkrun to first trail marathon, while for experienced runners there are sections on strength work, injury prevention and advanced training plans to boost performance up to 50k (30 miles). To keep you enjoying every step, you'll find advice on how to choose the right gear; over 20 easy, healthy recipes; inspiring stories from real trail runners; and advice from top athletes and coaches. And if you want to explore new trails, you can use the navigation and route planning section to create your own exciting off-road adventure. If you're a trail runner or would like to become one, this book is your new best friend.

Neuropsychological Interpretation of Objective Psychological Tests Ebook Summary Download


Download Neuropsychological Interpretation of Objective Psychological Tests free pdf ebook online. Neuropsychological Interpretation of Objective Psychological Tests is a book by Charles J. Golden,Patricia Espe-Pfeifer,Jana Wachsler-Felder on 2006-04-11. Enjoy reading 243 pages by starting download or read online Neuropsychological Interpretation of Objective Psychological Tests.


By : Charles J. Golden,Patricia Espe-Pfeifer,Jana Wachsler-Felder
Language : English
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Release Date : 2006-04-11
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Publsh by : Springer Science & Business Media
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The inter-comparison of specific skills as represented by performance on neu- psychological tests is at the heart of the neuropsychological assessment process. However, there is a tendency to regard the interpretation of single tests as a process that is independent of performance on other tests, with integration of test information representing a summary of these individual test performances. As neuropsychology has become increasingly sophisticated, it has been recognized that many factors influence the performance on any given test. The meaning of the same score may vary considerably from one person to another, depending on his or her performance on other neuropsychological tests. Thus, a low score on the Halstead Category Test may indeed reflect frontal lobe damage, but only if we first rule out the influence of visual-spatial problems, emotionality, attentional issues, motivation, fatigue, and comprehension of the instructions. Simplistic interpre- tions that assume a common interpretation based on a specific score will inva- ably lead to errors in interpretation and conclusions. The purpose of this book is to provide each test that is described with a compendium of the possible interpretations that can be used with a variety of common tests that are often included in a neuropsychological test battery. The first chapter discusses some of the pitfalls and cautions when comparing the tests, while the second chapter examines administrative and scoring issues that may be unclear or unavailable for a given test.

Injuries in Athletics: Causes and Consequences Ebook Summary Download


Download Injuries in Athletics: Causes and Consequences free pdf ebook online. Injuries in Athletics: Causes and Consequences is a book by Semyon M. Slobounov on 2008-06-17. Enjoy reading 544 pages by starting download or read online Injuries in Athletics: Causes and Consequences.


By : Semyon M. Slobounov
Language : English
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Release Date : 2008-06-17
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Over the past decade, the scientific information on psychology of injury has increased considerably. Despite dramatic advances in physical education of coaches, field of medicine, athletic training, and physical therapy, the sport-related traumatic injuries is our major concern. Athletic injuries, both single and multiple, have a tendency to grow dramatically. Accordingly, prevention of sport-related injuries is a major challenge facing the sport medicine world today. The purpose of this book is to accumulate the latest development in psychological analyses, evaluation, and management of sport-related injuries, including traumatic brain injuries. No two traumatic injuries are alike in mechanism, symptoms, or symptoms resolution. There is still no agreement upon psychological diagnosis and there is no known comprehensive treatment for sport-related injuries for regaining pre-injury status. Physical symptoms resolution is not an indication of "psychological trauma" resolution.

Foundations of Sport-Related Brain Injuries Ebook Summary Download


Download Foundations of Sport-Related Brain Injuries free pdf ebook online. Foundations of Sport-Related Brain Injuries is a book by Semyon M. Slobounov,Wayne J. Sebastianelli on 2006-08-25. Enjoy reading 482 pages by starting download or read online Foundations of Sport-Related Brain Injuries.


By : Semyon M. Slobounov,Wayne J. Sebastianelli
Language : English
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Release Date : 2006-08-25
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In summarizing current insights and controversies over concussions in athletics, this book makes the vital point that symptom resolution does not necessarily mean injury resolution. Research shows that dysfunctional pathways continue for extended periods even after a minor concussion. Until the consequences of short-term perturbations and long-term residual brain dysfunctions are better understood, concussions must be treated with respect and given a higher priority for continued research activity.

Hiking Indiana Ebook Summary Download


Download Hiking Indiana free pdf ebook online. Hiking Indiana is a book by Phil Bloom on 2010-03-23. Enjoy reading 272 pages by starting download or read online Hiking Indiana.


By : Phil Bloom
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Release Date : 2010-03-23
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State Hiking Series Each guide includes: - Hikes suited to every ability - Accurate directions to popular as well as less-traveled trails - Up-to-date trail descriptions with mile-by-mile directional cues - Detailed trail maps and GPS coordinates - Difficulty ratings, average hiking times, and best hiking seasons for each hike - Trail Finder for best hikes with dogs, children, great views, or wildlife viewing - Information on fees and permits, contacts, events and attractions, restaurants and accommodations, canine compatibility, and more - Zero-impact and wilderness safety tips and techniques *** This second edition of Hiking Indiana adds several new trails to the choice selection in this guide. It points readers to the often-overlooked trove of natural treasures across the Hoosier State, from the living sand dunes on the shores of Lake Michigan to the glacial lakes of the northeast to the rugged topography of the southern hill country.

Southern Appalachian Day Hikes - North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Trails Edition Ebook Summary Download


Download Southern Appalachian Day Hikes - North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Trails Edition free pdf ebook online. Southern Appalachian Day Hikes - North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Trails Edition is a book by Cindy Lemon on 2015-10-13. Enjoy reading N.A pages by starting download or read online Southern Appalachian Day Hikes - North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway Trails Edition.


By : Cindy Lemon
Language : English
Ratings : Very Good
Category : Books
Release Date : 2015-10-13
Group : English Books
Publsh by : Lulu Press, Inc
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Plan your outdoor hiking adventure with this invaluable and up-to-date guide of day hikes within the North Carolina section of the Blue Ridge Parkway. This book provides details for over 90 hikes that can be completed in one day and providing a variety of what the Blue Ridge Parkway offers for the casual hiker.