Scouting Report – Football MLB Defensive Player of The Year- Grayson Middlebrooks, Senior, Lambert H.S. Suwanee, GA. 5’ 11″ 190 lbs. 2010 Stats – 103 total tackles; most on the team, 11 tackles for a loss, 2 Sacks, 3 recovered fumbles & 3 forced fumbles.…Continue
Added by Mark Gleason on December 22, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
Yesterday I had the chance to do an interview with a 27 year veteran of the NFL. Wasn't a tight end, safety, or a kicker! He is a pioneer in the industry with four trips to the Super Bowl. Interested yet? If not, then I don't have anything else to say. Here is the link. Share it or keep it to yourself that is up to you. This interview isn't one you are going to hear every day.…
Added by Robert Taylor, Jr. on December 16, 2010 at 10:05am — No Comments
I am perhaps one of the world's unique trainers out there, who happens to be the following:
1. I am a full-time custodian at my old school in my hometown. Been doing it for a year now.
2. I am a coach for track & field, training the long distance crews and being the head coach for the junior high boys & girls teams.
3. I also do sports performance & fitness training in my spare time between seasons. (I also used to coach volleyball last…Continue
Added by Rick Karboviak on September 21, 2010 at 8:30pm — No Comments
This past weekend I had the opportunity to present at a clinic. After the clinic I had a few people ask me for some body weight exercises that could be done on the field or with a limited budget. Here is an "oldy, but a goody" to bring the old school back into the new school aresenal of exercises. Let me know what you think.
I will be posting some highlight clips from the…Continue
Added by Robert Taylor, Jr. on June 21, 2010 at 5:59am — No Comments
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Added by Robert Taylor, Jr. on May 8, 2010 at 5:55am — No Comments
"Your focus should be in promoting team RESULTS and not the individual achievements of your players. This is the time to be selfish and not a team-player."
- TSR Staff
We have had the opportunity to review the resumes of college coaches. The pattern we noticed is that most coaches over-emphasize the individual achievements of their players.…Continue