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A Humanistic Approach to Coaching Wrestling [Versión Kindle]

Ed Onorato

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Ed Onoratowas inducted into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame and The Behrend College Hall of Fame. He coached one Catholic State Champ at Lancaster Catholic High School. At Penn State Behrend, they won three Commonwealth Campus Championships and had NAIA three national place winners. Behrend was host to the Great Lakes Open which was one of the best summer open tournament with national champions and national place winners. At Cathedral Preparatory School he had three Pennsylvania State Champions, thirty two state qualifiers, two top five team finishes. Coach O was part of an outstanding group of coaches who coached the Pennsylvania Junior National Freestyle and Greco Roman teams from1972 to 1998. They had many team and individual national championships. This book, A Humanistic Approach To Coaching Wrestling, is Coach Onorato’s answer to the many people who asked, “How did you do it?”

Detalles del producto

  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 293 KB
  • Editor: Strategic Book Group (24 de febrero de 2011)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B004PGNFWK
  • Texto a voz: Activado
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good book for wrestling coaches new and old 12 de abril de 2012
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It's really nice to see someone write a book that comes up with some great philosophical wisdom in coaching. After coaching for many years a lot of it was review/reinforcement for me but I did pick up some great new ideas. I think new coaches will get a lot out of it. I wish more coaches had a humanistic approach as it would be better for everyone. I would have liked to see more expansion in some of the applications in practices and if a second book comes out I would purchase it right away.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Giovanni 5 de abril de 2011
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A highly insightful philosophy about coaching wrestling and coaching/teaching in general. Coach "O" is a Pennsylvania wrestling legend and this is a fine culmination of his vast experience and great insight into coaching young people. A must-read for any thoughtful, intelligent wrestling coach.
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I had the privilege to wrestle for Coach Onorato for one season at Behrend and he made a lasting impression on me for life. His coaching and teaching prepared me for life more than any class or degree.
David Proctor
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The concept of winning can be much more manageable and can actually become a healthy part of the sport if we understand one simple concept: We do not wrestle to win or to be called winners. We wrestle to wrestle. Wrestling to win is how we wrestle - not the reason why we wrestle. To win is how you compete, not why you compete. &quote;
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Two factors, at least, affect your ability to execute: habit and stressors. Stressors are pain, fear, fatigue and confusion. &quote;
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My philosophy in regard to winning is this: Winning is a by-product of daily excellence. &quote;
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