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I Play Sports! By C. L. Vaughn
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This book is a fun and easy to understand picture book for young readers and toddlers who love sports! For other children's books by this author visit Alleywolf.com
I Play Sports! By C. L. Vaughn
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This book is a fun and easy to understand picture book for young readers and toddlers who love sports! For other children's books by this author visit Alleywolf.com
Good to Great Goaltending By Adam Platzer
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To become GOOD at this position, lacrosse goaltenders must first master all the essential techniques that come with job. These are techniques such as the ready position, communication skills, top... More > hand movement, stepping to the ball, positioning in the crease and clearing the ball. To become GREAT at this position, goaltenders must also be able to enhance their all around speed. While many consider speed to be defined by how fast they can run, goaltenders must consider how fast they react to make a save. This book will provide you with both the essential goaltender techniques that will make you good, as well as the unique speed training drills that will make you great. These unique drills are centered on training the four human elements that help make a lacrosse save: mind/body, eye perception, reaction time and movement speed. Furthermore, a training technique called shadow goaltending is introduced that compliments many of the drills and drastically improves overall technique.< Less
Good to Great Goaltending By Adam Platzer
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To become GOOD at this position, lacrosse goaltenders must first master all the essential techniques that come with job. These are techniques such as the ready position, communication skills, top... More > hand movement, stepping to the ball, positioning in the crease and clearing the ball. To become GREAT at this position, goaltenders must also be able to enhance their all around speed. While many consider speed to be defined by how fast they can run, goaltenders must consider how fast they react to make a save. This book will provide you with both the essential goaltender techniques that will make you good, as well as the unique speed training drills that will make you great. These unique drills are centered on training the four human elements that help make a lacrosse save: mind/body, eye perception, reaction time and movement speed. Furthermore, a training technique called shadow goaltending is introduced that compliments many of the drills and drastically improves overall technique.< Less
Promise Fulfilled The John Vrionis Story By William Perry
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As a youngster, John Vrionis was repeatedly one of the "first picked" in schoolyard games. Whether playing baseball, basketball, football or swimming, he excelled. Despite season-ending... More > injuries at both Fordham Prep and Holy Cross, John developed into a two-sport collegiate Hall of Fame athlete. A lifetime sports enthusiast, John kept the trunk of his car filled with a variety of balls and sticks "because you never know what someone might want to play." The reader may examine John's record in detail through primary source materials contained in the appendices.< Less
The Life and History of North By North Carroll
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In lacrosse games I was nervous, when the first quarter came I felt hot even when I did well in the warm ups. Even when I had memorized the moves and steps, I’d do bad in the first quarter and... More > then I could do better for the rest of the game The horrible mistakes, the stupid steps and failures. Then the next quarters would come, coming too late before the ball came at me. I was never the best player on the field But I had knowledge and skill and yet for some reason my body would not let me use them. Seasons later it all came out I was a bit better and I did not have to be nervous. I practiced over and over Moves from college games I had seen, in my backyard some my own moves. In the marks in the grass practicing Getting ready for the next game or season a way of finally getting better at lacrosse< Less

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