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Average to Epic is an integrated guide for helping men and women transform their lives through endurance sports. It could be riding a bike 100 miles, running a marathon, or completing long-course triathlons, this book provides the resources, practical tips, planning, and motivation for the average person to take on epic athletic challenges. It covers endurance road biking, endurance mountain biking, long distance running, and triathlons. Many middle-aged people want to drastically improve their fitness and overall wellness.
Back on Track is Fiona Ford’s story. She was no stranger to endurance. She raced seven Ironman® distance events and was used to long and hard training routines and grueling workout schedules. But nothing could have prepared her for the greatest challenge of her life.
Bernie, Bill & The Browns is the story of the Cleveland Browns, passionate fans, and a decade that truly was the last great era in Cleveland football. When the Cleveland Browns selected Bernie Kosar in the 1985 Supplemental draft, few knew just how much that would impact the next decade of Cleveland Browns football. They were coming off of a rough patch, but had a long history of winning. The fans were passionate and ready to support a winner.
The Best of Soccer Journal: Techniques and Tactics will assist coaches who want to strengthen the technique and tactics of your soccer team on the field, the colorful, clearly explained and expertly rendered training plans in this book will provide you with the knowledge to improve.
The Art of Coaching Soccer is an official publication of the NSCAA – Their successful book series with “The Best of Soccer Journal” this highly anticipated entry in the instructional soccer book field. The book explores the Craft and Art of Coaching. The best coaches in the US describe how they get it done on the field.
Beyond Just Win tells the inspirational story of Texas high school football Coach G.A. Moore, who won more games than anyone in the storied history of Texas high school football. During a 45-year career, he amassed 429 victories and eight state championships numbers that place him well above other coaches.
But Moore’s influence extended far beyond winning football games. He shaped the character of two generations of young men. To Moore, winning wasn’t everything. He wanted to win while maintaining good sportsmanship. He demanded that his players be exemplary people on and off the field. If they disrespected a teacher in class, they paid for it at practice.