Deliberate Practice Golf

An excerpt from: Click on the cover to learn more Intensity and Interest – Roads into Motorways The third rule of learning (which is a close relative of the first rule) – boredom prevents connections. The intensity of your practice begins with a choice. You can choose to become captivated…

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High Performing Teams

An excerpt from: Click on the cover to learn more Chapter 2: Introducing the 3Rs. Reflect, Represent, Realise The 3R model So far, we have learnt about the importance of togetherness for high performance and how this is underpinned by scientific evidence and powerful stories of high-performing sports teams. Now,…

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Football Passing Drills

An excerpt from: Click on the cover for more information Session #3: Pass and Move to Create Space This session is designed to introduce your players to the fundamental attacking concept of passing and moving to create space. Again, this session is appropriate for any level of player and can…

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Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979)

Director: Lucio Fulci Writers: Elisa Briganti, Dardano Sacchetti, Chuck Smith Stars: Tisa Farrow (Anne), Ian McCulloch (Peter), Al Cliver (Brian), Richard Johnson (Dr. Menard) VIPCO Release: 1980 Also Known As: See below VIPCO Plot Synopsis: In Hudson Bay a sailing boat that has a neglected appearance is drifting slowly out…

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Become a Referee

Become a Referee | Soccer | Football

Why does someone want to become a referee? An excerpt from: Motivation – Why Would Anyone Want To Be a Referee? The pathway (above) from grassroots refereeing to the Premier League and Football League is not easy and requires time, dedication, learning, and practice. In other words, an individual must…

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Referee Yellow Card

Referee Yellow Card

An excerpt from: Yellow Card | Influence on Discipline In February 2018, Real Madrid hosted Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the first leg of the knock-out stages of the UEFA Champions League. After the game, PSG manager Unai Emery stated that, “His [the referee] tendency was to whistle more in favour…

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