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DEVELOPING WRESTLING CHAMPIONS

Author : Dariel W. Daniel
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2013-05-29
Category : Sports & Recreation
ISBN : 9781477221228
File Size : 34,8 Mb
Total Download : 141

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Book Summary: Developing Wrestling Champions The Total Program Approach With a coaching career that spanned five decades, Daniel has developed a comprehensive guide guaranteed to producing championship caliber wrestlers year after year. Several publications have discussed specific areas of a total program including technique, fund raising, drills, games, nutrition and mental skills. Developing Wrestling Champions is the most complete guide to successful wrestling program ever produced. Technique presented includes high-percentage moves for all experience levels. Hundreds of action photos enable the reader to easily understand each step of every move. Daniel also includes the secrets and tips he learned en route to a coaching dual career record of 411-12-3 and nine Georgia State Championships. Coaches at any level, athletic administrators, parents and boosters will also benefit from information on administering competition, increasing attendance, fund raising, producing a team publication, safety, using the media and dealing with officials. A special feature for coaches is 'Daniel's Dozen', a discussion of twelve Absolute Truths that will enable them to avoid many conflicts and guide them through the awesome task of developing wrestling champions.

Developing Wrestling Champions

Author : Dariel W. Daniel
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2013-05
Category : Sports & Recreation
ISBN : 9781477221211
File Size : 35,9 Mb
Total Download : 626

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Book Summary: Developing Wrestling Champions The Total Program Approach With a coaching career that spanned five decades, Daniel has developed a comprehensive guide guaranteed to producing championship caliber wrestlers year after year. Several publications have discussed specific areas of a total program including technique, fund raising, drills, games, nutrition and mental skills. Developing Wrestling Champions is the most complete guide to successful wrestling program ever produced. Technique presented includes high-percentage moves for all experience levels. Hundreds of action photos enable the reader to easily understand each step of every move. Daniel also includes the secrets and tips he learned en route to a coaching dual career record of 411-12-3 and nine Georgia State Championships. Coaches at any level, athletic administrators, parents and boosters will also benefit from information on administering competition, increasing attendance, fund raising, producing a team publication, safety, using the media and dealing with officials. A special feature for coaches is 'Daniel's Dozen', a discussion of twelve Absolute Truths that will enable them to avoid many conflicts and guide them through the awesome task of developing wrestling champions.

Coaching Wrestling Successfully

Author : Gable, Dan
Publisher : Human Kinetics
Release : 1998-12-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 0873224043
File Size : 51,8 Mb
Total Download : 197

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Book Summary: Tells how to develop and communicate a coaching philosophy, plan practices, teach wrestling skills, help wrestlers prepare for matches, and evaluate wrestlers' performances

Wrestling with Success

Author : Nikita Koloff,Jeffrey Gitomer
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2004-08-13
Category : Self-Help
ISBN : 9780471680109
File Size : 29,8 Mb
Total Download : 692

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Book Summary: PRAISE FOR WRESTLING WITH SUCCESS "Whether you are looking to achieve in business, education, athletics, politics, or anything in life you have to have a championship mentality. Nikita knows this well and guides you every step of the way to achieving your goals." -- Governor Jesse Ventura "If anyone knows about developing a championship mentality, it is Nikita Koloff. From a hardscrabble beginning to main events around the world and capturing four world championships along the way, Nikita's will and determination is evident on every page. If you are looking for a title of your own, do not miss this book." -- William Murdock CEO, The Eblen Charities "Wrestling with Success brings to light the importance of perseverance in the desire to achieve success in any walk of life. The principles listed by my friend Nikita Koloff will help anyone who has a yearning to reach their ultimate goals. The story of the 'squared circle' woven throughout the chapters is very interesting and tells how Nikita, against all odds, made it to the top." -- Jack Countryman Senior Vice President and Publisher JCountryman Inspirational Gift Books "This book is a double body slam! I know both these genuine champions. Put them to work for you!" --Ty Boyd Founder, Excellence in Speaking Institute

Constructing Development

Author : Bjorn Harald Nordtveit
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2009-08-24
Category : Education
ISBN : 9789048122356
File Size : 33,8 Mb
Total Download : 342

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Book Summary: Former World Bank education specialist Bjorn Nordtveit argues in this groundbreaking study that a development project or policy should not be understood and analyzed as a linear system. Instead, he believes we should view it as a complex and dialectical organism. Basing his theories on post-development and complexity theories as well as New Institutional Economics, Nordtveit lays out a novel method of analyzing development – both on the ground and in the think-tank. Informed by detailed quotations from interviews with local people involved in a World Bank literacy project in Senegal, the author demonstrates how a project is entangled in the global economy, and how it constructs development through a discourse of gender equity, growth of the civil society, and promotion of the use of private provision of social services. Nordtveit’s new analytical methodology claims it is necessary for all development initiatives to first investigate whether the donors’ vision of development coincides with national – and local – notions of development. Only then can the holistic and complex interrelations between the project and all other development desires and services in the community be studied. Finally, the project’s cost effectiveness must be considered. The author also examines the strengths and weaknesses of ‘public-private partnerships’, which are being used ever more frequently by donor agencies to implement social services. Constructing Development is a tour de force. Going back and forth between the global and the local, it examines a World Bank women's literacy project in Senegal through a critical and integrated discussion of education and development, globalization, gender, civil society, and privatization. Nordtveit offers an insightful and innovative critique of development theory and practice, drawing on new authors and fields, such as Complexity Theory. His book is a must read across a number of fields including comparative and international education, adult education, gender studies, and economic development. Steven J. Klees, Former President, Comparative and International Education Society Harold R.W. Benjamin Professor of International and Comparative Education University of Maryland

Development Hell: The NXT Story

Author : Michael Sidgwick
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release : 2017-03-20
Category : Television broadcasting of sports
ISBN : 9781326971670
File Size : 29,9 Mb
Total Download : 216

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Book Summary: Development Hell: The NXT Story, penned by former Power Slam scribe and WhatCulture.com's own Michael Sidgwick, chronicles the history of WWE's NXT brand. NXT has drew universal critical acclaim for its fan service fusion of old-school booking philosophies and progressive body of in-ring work - but the road to critical acclaim was arduous. When WWE destroyed its territorial and mainstream competition, the monolith had also annihilated the talent pool. Replenishing it was an unenviable task made all the more difficult by a blasé and counterproductive attitude and a curiously myopic direction. All of which is documented in a book covering the inauspicious beginnings of the dusty Stamford Farm warehouse and the murmurings of Memphis Power Pro, the halcyon days of Ohio Valley Wrestling, the infamous disaster of Deep South Wrestling and the literal lunacy that was Florida Championship Wrestling. The roots of the triumph that was NXT were toxic...