Description - Concepts of Fitness and Wellness by Charles B. Corbin
"Concepts of Fitness & Wellness: A Comprehensive Lifestyle Approach" provides readers with self-management skills necessary to adopt a healthy lifestyle. This well established text uses a proven conceptual format, brief concepts rather than chapters, to provide information in a useful and concise way, and is organized to focus on 'process' or lifestyle changes with early coverage of planning so students can apply the concepts immediately.
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McGraw Hill Higher Education
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Author Biography - Charles B. Corbin
Charles "Chuck" B. Corbin is a professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Physical Education at Arizona State University. He has over 200 published papers and more than 30 books including Concepts of Physical Fitness and Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, which are co-authored with Ruth Lindsey and Greg Welk. In addition to print publication success, Corbin has written and produced more than 50 videos on physical activity and dozens of different computer software packages. Dr. Ruth Lindsey is a professor emeritus and a recognized national leader in physical activity and fitness with a special expertise in biomechanics, kinesiology, questionable exercises, nutrition, and physical activity for senior adults. She is the author of more than a dozen different books including Concepts of Physical Fitness and Concepts of Fitness and Wellness, which is co-authored with Chuck Corbin and Greg Welk. Dr. Greg Welk received his Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Iowa (1989) and his doctorate (Ph.D.) in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University (1994). He worked at Eastern Michigan University for several years (1994-1996) and developed a fitness and wellness course that was required for all students at the university.