Baseball’s Epic Strike of 1981

 

By Jeff Katz  —-  Those who think Major League Baseball is simply about the play on the field are too romantic, and those who think it’s only about the business off the field are too cynical. The truth is somewhere in between, and no seas…

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Pete Rose

Improving the Center's CRUNCH - by Walter Camp

Learn ‘oldtime’ Center-snap position strategies that still work today — by football expert Walter Camp

The man who may be selected to fill the important position of center-rush must be a man of sense and strength. Brain and brawn are here at thei…

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MLB Outcomes Rigged By $$, Media, Egos & Influence

HOW BASEBALL ‘SCOUTS,’ FANS, HISTORY & PLAYER-HOPEFULS PAY THE PRICE … By Matt Helke & Mark Clayton – Editors, SPORTSzines ———- 

How dare we make such outrageous claims? And how, you may wonder, would we come to such confrontationa…

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MLB Stadium

Water – A Natural Choice - By Winston Malton

 

Do Not Trade Retail Liquids For Pure Water –
Water is important during exercise. Adequate fluid intake for athletes, even the recreational kind, is essential to comfort, performance and safety. The longer and more intensely you exercise,…

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Sports Performance -- Vitamins and Mineral Electrolytes

IMPROVE YOUR STAMINA & FOCUS —  By: Richard Williams, Sports Nutritionist

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Sodium is the most important mineral that is lost in sweat during prolonged exercise. Marathon runners are particularly susceptible to hyponatremia, a deficiency of …

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SPORTS-zines

"Ironman" Triathlon Training SECRETS --- VISUALIZATION !

How What’s In Your Head Makes YOU WIN —–  BY  James Harper – Athletic Trainer ——

 

Ask most triathletes and they will tell you they have never used visualization as a training tool for their Ironman Triathlons. In fact, they most …

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SPORTSzines

DISC GOLF ... MEET THE WORLD!

Over 4000 Disc-Golf Courses In the U.S.A. today — Average 13.5% Annual Growth For Last 10 Years!

 

Disc golf  – also known as frisbee golf – is a flying disc game, as well as a precision and accuracy sport, in which individual players th…

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Disc Golf

How to Get Recruited for a College Sport

 

EACH STEP YOU NEED TO BE NOTICED …

 

So you want to play a college sport? —- Well…you need to first get recruited. Follow these tips and you’ll be on your way to be playing a collegiate sport!

 

Be good at the sp…

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How to get recruited to play college

A ROSE By Any Other Name?

Will “Charlie Hustle” Miss His Final Chance?  –   By Randy Smith

— Can Pete Rose Best The Baseball Hall of Fame?

 

 

 

Just this week, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred upheld the lifetime ban from basebal…

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Pete Rose

Schroeder Tennis Center: Meet Our Pros! -- Tipp City, OH

Meet Our Pros

Schroeder Tennis Center: Meet Our Pros!

Bud Schroeder:

Owner & USPTA Head Professional

USPTA P1 Certified
B.A. Flagler College, 1982
4th Place, NAIA Nationals 1980-1981

Tennis Direc…

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NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN TO SWIM

NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN TO SWIM        BY: Isabelle Chartrand

          My mom’s fear of the water

 

A lot of my friends were surprised when I finally told them the fact that I had never had swimming lessons in my life. To tell you the …

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SPORTS -- Build A First Aid Kit For Field Use

First Aid Kit For Field Use            By: Paawana Poonacha Cariappa

 

That nagging knee ache after a marathon or an ankle sprain at the rugby field is understandable. But entering a sporting track or a field without your sports first aid …

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OVERLOOKED --- Pediatric and Adolescent injuries!

ADOLESCENT SPORTS INJURIES TO AVOID

By Thomas Kaminski, PhD, ATC, FACSM, FNATA

 

My most recent travels have taken me to the World Conference on Science and Soccer. This is the second such meeting I have attended (the last was in Ghent,…

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Baseball’s Epic Strike of 1981 — By Jeff Katz

Pete Rose

  By Jeff Katz  —-  Those who think Major League Baseball is simply about the play on the field are too romantic, and those who think it’s only about the business off the field are too cynical. The truth is somewhere in between, and no season shows that better than the Split Season of 1981, unforgettable for the rise of rookie phenom Fernando Valenzuela, the insanity of George Steinbrenner’s Yankees, the drive and ambition of Pete Rose’s pursuit of the all-time National League hit record and the last World SeriesRead More


Improving the Center’s CRUNCH – by Walter Camp

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Learn ‘oldtime’ Center-snap position strategies that still work today — by football expert Walter Camp The man who may be selected to fill the important position of center-rush must be a man of sense and strength. Brain and brawn are here at their highest premium. But there is another element of character without which both will be overthrown, and that is patience. Practical experience has taught football coaches that none but a thoroughly self-controlled man can make a success in football in any position, while in this particular one hisRead More


MLB Outcomes Rigged By $$, Media, Egos & Influence

MLB Stadium

HOW BASEBALL ‘SCOUTS,’ FANS, HISTORY & PLAYER-HOPEFULS PAY THE PRICE … By Matt Helke & Mark Clayton – Editors, SPORTSzines ———-  How dare we make such outrageous claims? And how, you may wonder, would we come to such confrontational conclusions? Truthfully, it is easy to explain. Just ask the team owners, and the baseball statistical and SABERmetic and other game analytical specialists, and the MLB team general managers, and the MLB Administrators, and team bankers and accountants and CFOs, they had a hand in the overall MLB illusion whereby they offer monopolized,Read More


Water – A Natural Choice – By Winston Malton

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  Do Not Trade Retail Liquids For Pure Water – Water is important during exercise. Adequate fluid intake for athletes, even the recreational kind, is essential to comfort, performance and safety. The longer and more intensely you exercise, the more important it is to drink plenty of fluids. Inadequate water consumption can be physically harmful. Consider that a loss of as little as 2% of one’s body weight due to sweating, can lead to a drop in blood volume. When this occurs, the heart works harder in order to moveRead More


Sports Performance — Vitamins and Mineral Electrolytes

SPORTS-zines

IMPROVE YOUR STAMINA & FOCUS —  By: Richard Williams, Sports Nutritionist . Sodium is the most important mineral that is lost in sweat during prolonged exercise. Marathon runners are particularly susceptible to hyponatremia, a deficiency of sodium. Other important electrolytes include magnesium, potassium and calcium. In addition to electrolytes, several key vitamins that are important for energy metabolism, including vitamin B3, B5, B6, B12 and folic acid. Zinc and chromium are co-factors for the enzymes involved in energy production. Vitamin C and zinc are antioxidants that help reduce oxidative stressRead More


“Ironman” Triathlon Training SECRETS — VISUALIZATION !

SPORTSzines

How What’s In Your Head Makes YOU WIN —–  BY  James Harper – Athletic Trainer ——   Ask most triathletes and they will tell you they have never used visualization as a training tool for their Ironman Triathlons. In fact, they most likely have little idea what its about. It’s surprising considering that world class athletes have used vislualization to enhance their training and race performance for many years. You may well have watched athletes in action without realizing they were using a form of visualization at that very moment.Read More


DISC GOLF … MEET THE WORLD!

Disc Golf

Over 4000 Disc-Golf Courses In the U.S.A. today — Average 13.5% Annual Growth For Last 10 Years!   Disc golf  – also known as frisbee golf – is a flying disc game, as well as a precision and accuracy sport, in which individual players throw a flying disc at a target. According to Paul Ince of the Professional Disc Golf Association, “the object of the game is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the fewest number of throws of the disc.” In the last few years the numberRead More


How to Get Recruited for a College Sport

How to get recruited to play college

  EACH STEP YOU NEED TO BE NOTICED …   So you want to play a college sport? —- Well…you need to first get recruited. Follow these tips and you’ll be on your way to be playing a collegiate sport!   Be good at the sport you wish to pursue in college. For example: if you want to play college lacrosse, make sure your skills are up to par with the college you wish to play for.   GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL   Write up a resume! This will be e-mailedRead More


A ROSE By Any Other Name?

Pete Rose

Will “Charlie Hustle” Miss His Final Chance?  –   By Randy Smith — Can Pete Rose Best The Baseball Hall of Fame?       Just this week, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred upheld the lifetime ban from baseball on Pete Rose. Rose and many others felt that Manfred would be more apt to lift the ban, since he had been in office a little more than a year. It didn’t happen. Manfred refused to believe that Rose had changed his lifestyle, as he continued to gamble. “Mr. Rose’s publicRead More


Schroeder Tennis Center: Meet Our Pros! — Tipp City, OH

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Meet Our Pros Schroeder Tennis Center: Meet Our Pros! Bud Schroeder: Owner & USPTA Head Professional USPTA P1 Certified B.A. Flagler College, 1982 4th Place, NAIA Nationals 1980-1981 Tennis Director, Meadowbrook Country Club, 1988-1996 Head Pro, Dayton Center Courts, 1988-1996 USPTA Midwest Division, Coach of the Year, 1993 USPTA Ohio Division, Pro of the Year, 1998 USPTA Midwest Division, Pro of the Year, 1999 Ranked #1, USTA Midwest Section, Men’s 35 & Over Singles, 1993 Rankied #3, USPTA National Men’s 35 Singles, 1994 Dayton YMCA Men’s Open Singles Champion, 1993 Montgomery CountyRead More