Concepts of Physical Fitness: Active Lifestyles for Wellness, 10/e

What Instructors are Saying

"The writing style is one that takes difficult material and makes it easy for students to understand. The illustrations, graph, and tables make it more pleasurable to the eye and for better reading. Overall, the chapters are well organized and clearly structured."

--Gregory Biren, West Chester University

"The content of the text is more comprehensive than most. Topics only mentioned in other text compromise an entire chapter this textbook. No essential general topics are left out and the order of the chapters is appropriate. The major strength of this text is its thorough coverage of all aspects of physical fitness. Student's who read this text cover to cover will come away with a solid foundation of knowledge needed to begin and maintain an appropriate fitness program."

--John D. Emmett, Eastern Illinois University

"I strongly believe this book is very sound. The textbook plan seems adequate; I think the topics outlined in this book are detailed and tailored to the beginning physical fitness/education student. I feel the general approach of this text is relevant and appropriate to the course I teach. There is enough information to deliver the important basics of physical fitness without overloading and talking above the students."

--Peter A. DiLorenzo, Floyd College

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