Eden Hazard shows Chelsea TV a small sample of his skills and talks us through and recreates the ‘Rabona’… http://bit.ly/1hqYb4S
KCDC presents the Skills Canada Competition videos. Each video is a demonstration of the trade in action during the Skills Canada Competition 2008, which was hosted at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta Canada.
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At Binghamton University, our students WORK HARD. So here at Campus Rec, we offer a myriad of activities and classes for our students to PLAY HARD as well. Some are purely recreational, while others are highly competitive. From club and intramural sports, to fitness and wellness, to outdoor pursuits — there is always something going on at the Recreation Center in the East Gym.
Campus Recreation services include:
Over 35 club sports within three categories — recreational, recreational with a limited competitive component and competitive — enabling students to learn new skills, improve existing skills, become more educated about fitness and health, engage in competition, and enjoy recreational and social fellowship.
Intramurals sports, both competitive and recreational within a variety of individual and team sports, involving more than 3,000 students annually.
Fitness and wellness opportunities including FitSpace for individual workouts, 100 group fitness classes a week at all levels, personal training, wellness services such as massage therapy, nutritional analysis and fitness evaluations, and aquatics classes, lessons, lap and recreational swim.
Outdoor pursuits offering experience-based outdoor adventure and environmental education through for credit classes, activities such as hikes and kayaking, and an equipment rental center.
Video by Ryan G. Schultz
Welcome to Idaho, The Gem State!
Welcome to Idaho, where a combination of beauty and diversity make this state a great place to visit, live and play. Adjacent to Washington and Oregon in the Pacific Northwest, Idaho boasts a variety of landscapes from forests to deserts, and rugged mountains to broad farmlands.
Outdoor recreation is a vital part of Idaho culture. Home to premier ski resorts, white-water rafting and camping, the wilderness calls to visiting explorers. Hell’s Canyon and the Salmon River boast some of North America’s finest rafting and kayaking opportunities with Riggins as the state’s informal white-water capital. Don’t miss Shoshone Falls which plunges down rugged cliffs from a height greater than that of Niagara Falls. The Craters of the Moon and the Bruneau Sand Dunes offer unique desert beauty.
Perry Martin serves as Senior Associate Director of Community Learning for VT Engage: the Community-Learning Collaborative. A native and resident of the small rural community of Newport, VA in Giles County, Martin worked with a group of parents and community volunteers to establish t-ball, coach pitch, and softball teams in his community during the summer of 2013. His talk, “Re-creation Through Recreation,” is a personal reflection on how community is revitalized through community-based sports and how youth baseball and softball serves as a link between generations and community members from a variety of backgrounds.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
The mountains, forests, and streams of the Central Appalachian highlands provide a rich living laboratory for our teaching, service, and research programs.
The Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Resources major prepares undergraduate students for careers providing outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities for a wide range of public, commercial, and non-profit agencies. This is a natural resource management degree program, emphasizing the ecological, economic, and social aspects of managing outdoor recreation and tourism resources.
Our graduate program focuses on human dimensions of recreation, tourism and natural resources. We include a diverse group of publics in our training, research, and technical assistance programs such as policy-makers, tourists, communities, resource managers, entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and private landowners. We aim to understand how human and organizational values, perceptions, attitudes, and behavior shape and are shaped by recreation, tourism, and natural resource management systems.
Learn more about the Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources degree programs at West Virginia University: http://recreation.wvu.edu/
WVU Admiisions: http://admissions.wvu.edu/
WVU Graduate Admissions:http://grad.wvu.edu/
Video from 2010