Winning Track and Field for GirlsWinning Track and Field for Girls



Telaneus, Steve, and Stephenie Jordan. Developing a Successful Cross Country Program. Monterey, Calif.: Coaches Choice, 2005. Wallace, Edward L., Jr. Track & Field Coach's Survival Guide. Paramus, N.J.: Parker Publishing Company, 1998.

Author: Facts On File, Incorporated

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438128221

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Page: 194

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A how-to guide to track and field for girls, covering sprints, hurdles, middle-distance and long-distance races, relays, jumping and throwing events, heptathlon, cross-country, marathon, and triathlon, and including discussion of mental preparation and nutrition, and preparatory stretching and weight lifting.

The Art of SprintingThe Art of Sprinting



American Women's Track and Field. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1996. Wallace, Edward L. Track & Field Coach's Survival Guide. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Parker, 1998. Wilt, Fred, Tom Ecker, and Jim Hay. Championship Track and Field for Women.

Author: Warren Doscher

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786443147

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Page: 244

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As the oldest sport that mankind has participated in, sprinting benefits from a wealth of scientific and experiential information. Appropriate for runners of all levels of ability, this book provides the reader with techniques to reach the next level in their sprinting development. Also included are line drawings that illustrate the techniques discussed. Throughout, the author concentrates on practical methods to improve the individual runners performance.

Track and Field Coach s Survival GuideTrack and Field Coach s Survival Guide



Written by a coach with over 30 years' experience, the Guide provides tested techniques and strategies with scores of drawings and photos. Over 100 reproducible letters, forms, diagrams, and training schedules are also included.

Author: Edward L. Wallace (Jr.)

Publisher: Addison Wesley

ISBN: 0136165095

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Page: 402

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This comprehensive, practical resource provides practical tools for building effective programs & winning teams. Written by a coach with over 30 year's experience, the Guide provides tested techniques & strategies with scores of drawings & photos. Over 100 reproducible letters, forms, diagrams, & training schedules are also included.

What would I do if I was you A simple guide for the Track and Field Athlete What would I do if I was you A simple guide for the Track and Field Athlete



After the meeting, evaluate how the coach matches up to your needs. In a book called “Post-Collegiate Distance Runner's Survival Guide” by the Men's and Women's Long Distance Running Committees of USA Track and Field under the title ...

Author: John Carter Jr.

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557058044

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Page: 73

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This book is a simple guide for the Track and Field athlete. Complete with all the references and resources you will need in the world of Track and Field.

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Coaches often question whether to invest in advertising at all and there are people who will tell you that ... If you have money to invest in your business, you could buy in some public relations (PR) support to fast-track your ...

Author: Kim Morgan

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335227037

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Written by award-winning coach Kim Morgan, this book is aimed at new coaches working in a freelance or self-employed role. It is also a valuable resource for anyone involved in coaching, including trainers of coaches. The Coach’s Survival Guide is an easy to use, accessible book, grounded in practice and experience and including case studies drawn from real-life practice. It is rooted in the real world, normalizing the insecurities felt by many coaches and acknowledging the realities of building a coaching business, while addressing the everyday issues that can hinder a coach's performance or confidence. Kim covers issues such as: • Dealing with Impostor Syndrome • Establishing credibility • Contracting and boundaries • Coaching dilemmas • Building your coaching business • Self-care for coaches This new book is intended to be a survival guide so that coaches can access instant support for dilemmas that occur in their coaching practice. “Reading this book was like spending time with a close friend; a combination of warmth, wit and illumination.” Professor Damian Hughes, Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change “This book is an essential companion to anyone setting out as a professional coach. It provides knowledge, expertise and, perhaps most importantly, comfort for all the challenges that new coaches face.” Tom Preston, C.E.O. The Preston Associates “At last, here is a book that acknowledges the very real challenges involved in building a coaching business – and provides a blueprint for success!” John Perry, Coach and Principal Teaching Fellow, the University of Southampton, UK “This is a hugely practical and accessible support guide to help you address the challenges you will face in developing your coaching practice, from setting up your practice, generating clients and managing yourself in the coaching relationship.” John Leary-Joyce, Exec Chair AoEC International, author Fertile Void

Almanac African American HeritageAlmanac African American Heritage



... Virginia This his book ought to be required reading in every institution of learning in the civilized world . EDWARD L WALLACE , Jr. , Author of Track & Field Coach's Survival Guide RITA G. GILES , Ed.D. is director of the ...

Author: Johnnie H. Miles

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: STANFORD:36105110221418

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Page: 430

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Pays tribute to the contributions of African American men and women in the fields of history, education, religion, popular culture, science and technology, business, law, fine arts, sports, government, and the military.
This important new reference and resource is brimming with stimulating information about the history, culture, and accomplishements of African Americans from the Middle Passage through Slavery and Reconstruction, to the Civil Rights Movement and today. These lists give you an ideal way to build your students' knowledge and appreciation of African American culture and the important contributions African Americans have made to virtually every aspect of living in the United States. All of this valuable material is printed in a big 8-1/4" x 11" spiral-bound format that folds flat for easy photocopying of any list as many times as you need it.