CAL SOUTH E-NEWS - APRIL 2006
Each monthly issue of the Cal South E-News is chock-full of free educational content broken into the six categories you see below. So dig in, enjoy, and we'll see you again next month!
Creating Team Chemistry
Many ingredients go into the making of winning teams, such as talent, size, speed, strength and coachability. All are important, of course..... click for complete story
Home Schooling: Honing Your Skills on Your Own Time
If you only remember one thing from these articles, remember this: let the game be the teacher. You're not Bruce Arena, Sigi Schmid or even Steve Sampson.... click for complete story
Injury Prevention: The Hip Flexor // by Dr. Eric Pierra
A muscle group that is frequently overlooked is the hip flexor. It is made up of two muscles and plays major part when you strike the ball.... click for complete story
Abe Lincoln's Emotional Strengths
Mocked as "a third-rate Western lawyer" and a "fourth-rate lecturer," Abraham Lincoln turned out to be a political genius; not because he mastered politics but because of his emotional strengths:... click for complete story
The difference between Divisions I, II and III schools as it relates to Scholarships
Division I member institutions have to sponsor at least seven sports for men and seven for women (or six for men and eight for women) with two team sports for each gender..... click for complete story
Laws of the Game - Continued
This month we continue to examine the 17 fundamental laws of the game that form the foundation of all refereeing. We will look at rules 5 through 8..... click for complete story
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