When I was a teenager in the early 70’s, long-play records were state-of-the-art and the radio played an important role in the lives of every North American teenager. A fixture in our living room back then was a large console Continue reading Internet Sports Broadcast Brings Back Memories of Ali & Frazier
The most dangerous aspect of coaching is travel. School teams are frequently transported by van, often with the coach at the wheel. I’ve been that driver/coach dozens of times, and it can be risky business. Coaches experience an adrenaline crash Continue reading 15-Passenger Van Problems
I have heard many reasons for injury in my 25 years of coaching. Some were beauties, but I think the one I heard this week is the best ever. One of my sprinters has been nursing a sore hamstring. When Continue reading Injury Excuse Extraordinaire
There’s a new innovation in ice hockey that the inventor believes will “revolutionize the game of hockey.” Called “Thermoblades” it’s a new type of hockey skate that uses rechargeable batteries and computer microprocessors to heat the skate blades. The result Continue reading Technological Advance in Hockey Skates…Why?
Completely by chance, I just read an article I wrote 10 years ago for PE Digest.com. The article dealt with my New Year’s resolutions from the year 1990, and how well I had performed. I am definitely a pitiful resolution-keeper Continue reading Report Card from 17 Years of Resolutions
Well, it’s the morning of Christmas eve and, while it’s too late to write Santa, I do have a few Christmas wishes related to sport. This Christmas, I wish: …For two new hamstrings to be left in my Xmas stocking. Continue reading Christmas List for a Sport & Physical Education Editor