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Special Teams Play: Vol. #3 - Kickoff-Coverage Drills (DVD)

  Special Teams Play: Vol. #3�Kickoff-Coverage Drills provides an invaluable compilation of game-tested drills for developing the skills and techniques involved in successfully covering kickoffs. Appropriate for coaches at all competitive levels, the DVD explains and demonstrates how to properly perform each drill. Among the topics covered: warm-up drills, scattered timing, the Russ Purnell drill, multiple skills, dots coverage, criss-cross coverage, close quarters, and combining all the drills.

Visual Mechanics Baseball Set from Frozen Ropes - Set of 8 Balls

  One each model for hitting and pitching drills. Mesh bag included. Colored indicators improve seam recognition, increase the visual focus level in hitting drills, and reinforces the 'read before reacting' visual/physical process for top-level hitters. Eight different seam patterns provide the total seam patterns hitters see in game situations. To properly hit the ball the player must quickly read the red part of the ball. Provides an instant visual feedback for players and coaches. The balls are thrown or tossed with a standard 4-seam fast ball grip. Players can create different seam patterns by changing grips. Pitchers can see their wrist angles and hand position on the ball at release. Leather cover. Balls included: Red Dots Ball, Single Vertical Stripe Ball, Diagonal Stripe Left to Right Ball, Diagonal Stripe Right to Left Ball, Two Cross Swiss Style Stripe Ball, Single Horizontal Stripe Ball, Red Seam Outline Ball and Half Red Cover, Half White Cover Ball.

Know What You Don't Know

  This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version. In Know What You Don’t Know, best-selling author Michael Roberto shows leaders how to go beyond mere “problem solving” to uncover and address emerging problems while they’re still manageable–before they mushroom into disaster! Roberto first identifies the diverse, sometimes surprising reasons why problems typically fester in the shadows, ignored and unaddressed. Next, he systematically introduces seven powerful solutions. You’ll discover how to become a business “anthropologist,” observing how your employees, customers, and suppliers actually behave, not just how they’re “supposed” to behave. Roberto shows how and when to circumvent your gatekeepers to see crucial raw to “connect the dots” among issues that seem unrelated, but are really signs of a deeper to promote candor among front-line employees...encourage “useful” mistakes, and more. Along the way, Roberto offers powerful insights for overcoming the “isolation trap” so many senior executives face: the trap that can keep you assuming everything is fine, while your company’s problems are spiraling out of control!   • Watch your company’s “game film”–and your competitors’Systematically understand how your company is really behaving and performing–and how you really match up   • Recognize the value of “small failures”Use small problems as a window on your system–and a signal of possible weaknesses elsewhere   • Get beyond the numbers, to the realityDiscover why too much formal analysis can actually hide your problems–and start leveraging the value of intuition   • Become a true business “ethnographer”Observe your people in their natural setting–and recognize what they’re not telling you

The Leopard Woman

  TABLE OF CONTENTS I. The March II. The Camp III. The Rhinoceros IV. The Stranger V. The Encounter VI. The Leopard Woman VII. The Water Hole VIII. The Thirst IX. On the Plateau X. The Suliani XI. The Ivory Stockade XII. The Pilocarpin XIII. The Tropic Moon XIV. Over the Ranges XV. The Sharpening of the Spear XVI. The Murder XVII. The Darkness XVIII. The Leopard Woman Changes Her Spots XIX. The Trial XX. Kingozi's Ultimatum XXI. The Messengers XXII. The Second Messengers XXIII. The Council of War XXIV. M'tela's Country XXV. M'tela XXVI. Waiting XXVII. The Magic Bone XXVIII. Simba's Adventure XXIX. Winkleman's Safari Arrives XXX. Winkleman Appears XXXI. Light Again XXXII. The Colours XXXIII. Curtain ILLUSTRATIONS ''Go, I say!' cried the Leopard Woman. 'And hold up your head. If this is suspected of you, you will surely die'' ... Frontispiece ''If you will ride in a hammock, you ought to teach your men to shoot,' was Kingozi's greeting' 'After the flat crack of the rifle a hollow plunk indicated that the bullet had told' 'Their eyes were large with curiosity as to this man and woman of a new species ... Kingozi touched his lips to the tembo' ''Cazi Moto, take this stick and make on the ground marks exactly like those on the barua. Make them deep, so that I may feel them with my hands'' 'The search party found Winkleman, very dirty, quite hungry, profoundly chagrined' 'At the top of the hill the guide stopped and pointed. Kingozi gathered that through the distant cleft he indicated the strangers must come' 'So intent was the Leopard Woman on the examination and on Kingozi that she seemed utterly unconscious of the men standing over opposite ... A more startlingly exotic figure for the wilds of Central Africa could not be imagined' a selection from CHAPTER I THE MARCH It was the close of the day. Over the baked veldt of Equatorial Africa a safari marched. The men, in single file, were reduced to the unimportance of moving black dots by the tremendous sweep of the dry country stretching away to a horizon infinitely remote, beyond which lay single mountains, like ships becalmed hull-down at sea. The immensities filled the world-- the simple immensities of sky and land. Only by an effort, a wrench of the mind, would a bystander on the advantage, say, of one of the little rocky, outcropping hills have been able to narrow his vision to details. And yet details were interesting. The vast shallow cup to the horizon became a plain sparsely grown with flat-topped thorn trees. It was not a forest, yet neither was it open country. The eye penetrated the thin screen of tree trunks to the distance of half a mile or more, but was brought to a stop at last. Underfoot was hard-baked earth, covered by irregular patches of shale that tinkled when stepped on. Well-defined paths, innumerable, trodden deep and hard, cut into the iron soil. They nearly all ran in a northwesterly direction. The few traversing paths took a long slant. These paths, so exactly like those crossing a village green, had in all probability never been trodden by human foot. They had been made by the game animals, the swarming multitudinous game of Central Africa. The safari was using one of the game trails. It was a compact little safari, comprising not over thirty men all told. The single white man walked fifty yards or so ahead of the main body.


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