4 edition of Basic skills in sports for men and women found in the catalog.
Basic skills in sports for men and women
David Alvin Armbruster
|Statement||[by] David A. Armbruster, Frank F. Musker [and] Dale Mood. Consultants: Robert H. Allen [and] Helen T. Mackey.|
|Contributions||Musker, Frank F., joint author., Mood, Dale, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GV701 .A75 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 389 p.|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||74014684|
According to statistics, European and American senior-level executives agree that women have more developed skills associated with encouraging and supporting, while men are considered better at decision-making and problem-solving. Men are associated with leadership qualities, and many employees think of men as of those who can be incharge. Currently, women hold percent of directorships across the international governing sport bodies. Despite a slight increase of percent since , women remain markedly underrepresented.
Mars-Venus sex differences appear to be as mythical as the Man in the Moon. A analysis of 46 meta-analyses that were conducted during the last two decades of the 20th century underscores that men and women are basically alike in terms of Missing: sports. Talking openly about the biological differences between men and women can be complicated. Louann Brizendine, M.D. wrote a bestselling book in about the way male and female brains and bodies Missing: sports.
1. COACHABILITY. Females: On the whole, females tend to be more coachable then males. Compared to male athletes, females tend to be more open to coaching and new ways of doing things. They are willing to try new techniques, especially if it will help them perform better. March is Women's History Month, and we at The Tylt want to appreciate some of the greatest women to ever play sports. From being a part of some of the best plays ever to fighting for wage equality, women athletes have to overcome a lot of adversity and scrutinization to be successful in their respective sports.
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