Monthly Archives: June 2006

Secret #3 Small Steps We all think that it takes …

Secret #3Small Steps We all think that it takes big things to make a difference. But the truth is its the small steps that make the difference. Lets take something we are all familiar with…the light bulb. The invention of … Continue reading

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Myth #1 Kids are little adults and can workout the…

Myth #1Kids are little adults and can workout the same way. This is so wrong. As a matter of fact as a long time coach of adults, I’d say the reverse is true. Adults are big kids and can workout … Continue reading

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Today I was at my son’s middle school. There was a…

Today I was at my son’s middle school. There was a baseball camp going on with about 40 eager seven to nine year old boys. They had their camp T-shirts and looked very professional. There were at least two adults … Continue reading

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Have you heard the story of the experiment they di…

Have you heard the story of the experiment they did with dogs in the 60’s? They put them in a cage and would zap them with electricity. Eventually the dog would give up and just lay in a corner. Later … Continue reading

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25% of the children in Santa Clara Valley are over…

25% of the children in Santa Clara Valley are overweight…according to the Superintent of Schools. No wonder. Their recess has been cut back, they have to sit in their seats 6 hours a day, their entertainment is TV, video, and … Continue reading

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Schools Falling Short

In the SJ Mercury (6/10/06), there is a brief article about how four out of five districts are not getting the physical education required. Duh… First, by law elementary students are to have at least 20 minutes a day (200 … Continue reading

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