Re: news paper:

thanks. that's also something I neet to work on. I think it's the lateral drop. 
but I get smashed every time. I end up being tossed :)
Thanks,
Tyler Littlefield.
Vertigo head coder
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Bob Kennedy 
  To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 6:45 AM
  Subject: Re: news paper:


  Good going!  You are already hooked up with USABA, and that will open several 
doors for you.  Mark Lucas and I go back about 14 years or so, back when he 
used to get on the mat with us.  

  I competed in wrestling for many years and was a high school coach in South 
Carolina as well.  20 of my wrestlers went to the state finals in 4 years of 
coaching.  

  Let me suggest a close sport that USABA also includes.  Judo is a very close 
sport with a few exceptions.  I tell people it's like wrestling with all the 
illegal things included such as grabbing clothes and choking...  Seriously it 
will give you a tremendous advantage in wrestling if you also workout in Judo.  
Your skills in the area of take downs will improve so much that people won't 
want to mess with you.  

  A couple quick tips about balance that may help.  Your hips are the center of 
gravity.  This is how you correct your balance.  More important, your head is 
the director of gravity.  Where your head goes your body will follow.  Very 
simply, if you lean forward a great degree, your hips won't be able to correct 
for the loss of balance.  During take downs, you always want your hips lower 
than the other guy.  That will also help you to keep your head more upright.

  Best of luck and remember the season never ends.  Go after the weights even 
harder during spring and summer!  I have a shirt that says 
  "You can't coach heart and you can't coach desire.  It comes from within."




    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Littlefield, Tyler 
    To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
    Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 1:16 AM
    Subject: news paper:


    Hello,
    I think the reporter scrued a bit up, I was misquoted; I sound like some 
kid in the very beginning, but thought some of you might be at least half way 
interested in this. :d
    
http://www.cortezjournal.com/asp-bin/article_generation.asp?article_type=sports&article_path=/sports/07/sports070102_2.htm
    sorry jim, it's off-topic. :)
    Thanks,
    Tyler Littlefield.
    Vertigo head coder
    "My programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features."
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    email: compgeek13@xxxxxxxxx
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