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Tuesday, September 26, 2023

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US Sports Tennis: How to neutralize a lefty in Tennis


Why does it always seem like left-handed tennis players are tripping up the righty tennis players? The truth is, left-handed players inherently have an advantage over right-handed players. Generally speaking, athletes don’t train as much on their lefty game because there are just fewer of them. It doesn’t really feel worth devoting so much time and effort for such a rare opponent. Meanwhile, lefties practice against their counterparts all day, meaning they quickly gain an advantage over their more common opponent. But beating a lefty is totally possible and, despite common belief, doesn’t require some crazy training regimen. With the helpful tips of ATP coach Gonzalo Lopez, I’ll show you various ways that you can take back control of the court and dominate against lefties and righties alike. 

Controlling the height of the rally

Gonzalo has some excellent points on the tactical structure of lefty’s that can help you navigate the challenges of playing a tough lefty. First, Gonzalo talks about the importance of controlling the height of the rally. He describes the height of the rally as the place that you are standing on the court while you are running laterally. Your height can change depending on if you are near the service line or near the net. Gonzalo says that the goal is to change the height of your opponent’s height of the rally while maintaining your own height. The purpose of this is to take an offensive position and control of the rally. If you need to constantly adjust your position on the court, it will be harder to control the rally. So making them adjust will put you at an advantage. 

While this can totally be used for both left-handed and right-handed athletes, it is especially important to remember against your lefty opponents since many tennis players have less experience defending against a lefty. Therefore, keeping an offensive position will ensure you the advantage. 


Dominating the diagonals

Next, Gonzalo mentions that oftentimes, the diagonal will be your best shot and your opponent’s worst shot, though not always the case. When you hit the ball at the diagonal that is on your stronger side, you have more control over dictating your opponent’s height of rally. When you can dictate your opponent’s height of rally, you can make them move more and tire them out over the course of the match. This is especially important if you notice that your opponent is a slow runner or is slowing down in the middle of the match. Because moving their height of rally will ensure that they need to keep chasing the ball and minimizes the chances of them standing still. 

On the flip side, if your opponent is faster than you, it will be easier for them to take control over your height of rally and therefore make you run more. That is why it is important to dominate the diagonals so that you can optimize your stronger side and have better placement of your shots.

Hitting at the diagonals is also an effective way to open spaces on the court, which is similar to moving the height of the rally, but along the other axis of the court. By opening up the other axis it provides you with opportunities to put the ball away, especially if your opponent has been running and is too tired to chase the ball. The sooner you can dominate one of the diagonals against a tough lefty, the less likely you are to be pinned into a corner, while the lefty pounds heavy forehands like Nadal did to Federer for the early part of their careers.

Hitting against left-handed tennis players can be a major challenge, especially if you’ve never faced such an opponent before. But fortunately, you can incorporate lefty-conscious strategies into your training regimen that is applicable to both left-handed and right-handed players. By manipulating the height of the rally and aiming for the diagonals, you will take control over the point and dominate your lefty opponents with ease.

Monday, September 25, 2023

US Sports Lacrosse: Playing Attack


Lacrosse: Playing Attack


Attack! Attack! Attack! That is the motto of Major League Lacrosse star Matt Danowski's instructional video course. He gives you the insights on protecting your stick, over the shoulder catches, shooting and much more with this 12-step lesson plan. You will be the player defenses have to plan for when you step on the field if you follow Coach Danowski's techniques. Did we mention it's free? An MLL star with a proven track record is here offering you his secrets for free. Don't waste any more time and become the attacker you always wanted to be today.  Book this course......

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MLL Attack for the New Jersey Pride

Every time you turn, Matt Danowski is filling the nets with his offensive skills. The Major League Lacrosse attack is now playing for the Long Island Lizards after joining the league in 2008 as the No. 2 selection overall by the New Jersey Pride. He totaled 19 goals and 36 points, and played in the MLL All-Star Game as a rookie.

He returned to the All-Star Game in 2009, playing for the Young Guns squad. He also totaled 12 goals and 11 assists for the Lizards.

At Duke University, Danowski became the NCAA’s all-time Division I points leader – 353 points in 80 games – was a four-time USILA first-team All-American and helped the Blue Devils to the national final in 2005 and 2007. In 2007, he was awarded the Tewaaraton Trophy as the most outstanding collegiate lacrosse player in the United States; the Lt. Raymond Enners Award by the USILA as national player of the year; and his second Jack Turnbull Award as attackman of the year. Book this course today!

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Crain & Company On US Sports: Oregon Dominates Colorado

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LWC on US Sports: Racism is Funny | Murderers Row Part 2

 In this second episode of Murderer's Row, we're joined by Bryan Callen, Jim Breuer, & Nick Di Paolo. The comedians talked about Obama being gay, racist comedy, Bill Burr, worst bombing on stage stories, Nick being threatened by the mob, Bryan talks about doing comedy at a charity for sick children, & much more.

Sunday, September 24, 2023

US Sports Football: Win Downfield - Attacking Different Areas Deep with 3rd Level RPO


For teams that are RPO-heavy in their attack, the defense will start to take away conflict by bringing a safety down into the box either pre-snap by alignment or by rotation in buzzing a safety down into the box.

With this move, they effectively equate numbers in the run, and the underneath passing windows are typically left open by a 2nd level player whose run-fits are now taken away.

This creates the necessity of having vertical answers.  An offense can drop back and use seam reads or choice routes, but the objective of any RPO is to run the ball while having a protection answer.

Of course, the RPO can remain the call by simply shifting to a 3rd Level RPO. Most of these are designed with some sort of underneath throws still available with quick routes or key screens.  When the offense is successful with these, then the defense needs to decide if it really wants to bring that extra defender down.

Today, we will take a look at three 3rd Level RPO with the Glance, Bender, and Slot Fade and how each attacks a void in the defense.


If the backside safety comes down, then Glance is a favorite for many programs.  These typically are run as a 5-step break. 

Glance can be run to the field as well. At Alabama, they call it “pop.” The idea is to attack space as Alabama WR Coach Holmon Wiggins points out in this video:


Glance is fine to the field as well, but you have to be wary of the backside safety.  Noel Mazzone has his receivers flatten it out to what he calls a grass glance.  The purpose is to not bring the Glance into the safety. He explains it in this video:


Another option is to use a Bender route allowing the receiver to bend into the void rather than giving a distinct break.  This type of route comes into play versus different rotations but it allows the offense to attack a void in the middle of the defense with an easy throw.  Former Averett OC Kirkland Brown explains it off of a gap scheme in this video:

Slot Fade

Glance and Bender bring the receivers into the middle of the field, so safeties are always a danger, but the slot fade attacks a different void of the defense and can be protected with back shoulder throws as well.

Former SDSU OC Jeff Hecklinski explains the Slot Fade RPO here:

Defenses are getting better and better in how they defend RPO.  Having a mechanism to attack their aggressiveness can provide answers and explosive plays.

Planning for some 3rd Level RPO answers can be an effective way to get the chalk back for the offense.

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Whether you're a coach or parent, how much do you really know about football training techniques and helping your players or son train properly to reach the ultimate success they're looking for? With all the football training aids and programs out there, it can be quite overwhelming and/or confusing.

If you're not helping your players or son dramatically improve in the areas of conditioning, strength and speed, how in the world can you expect them to have success, especially against the best teams on the schedule?

It doesn't matter if it's Pop Warner or high school, you need to focus on football training like the's all about teaching how to develop acceleration and deceleration, as well as change of direction speed. That's what gets you more offensive yards and prevents giving them up on defense.

It's time to educate yourself, whether it be through the best youth football training dvd out there, or a total football training program. These days, it's not longer OK to neglect the best football training techniques available, allow a free-for-all in the weight room, or think "gassers" are sufficient to get football players into shape.

Even if you're overwhelmed with how to provide the correct speed, strength, and conditioning players need, or you don't honestly know enough about it, focusing on better schemes, scouting or film preparation will never overcome a team that doesn't have the size, strength and speed of the top programs in your district.

If you're a coach, it's your responsibility to give your team all the correct football training techniques. If you're a parent and frustrated by the lack of speed, strength and conditioning help your son is receiving by his coach, you must do more than having your son look at one youth football training dvd or use a couple of football training aids.

There are too many quality total football training packages available that are comprehensive and complete in the information provided to not take advantage. People like NFL head strength and conditioning coach Duane Carlisle are providing help to youth coaches, players and parents that results in understanding what football training like the pros really entails.

What needs to happen is that you take action. Get the right tools. Help your players or son. Their success and happiness depends on you taking a proactive approach to bettering their strength and conditioning.

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Today's Devotional: Say Hello To Daddy!


The God to Whom We Pray

Remembering the character of God builds our confidence as we approach Him with our petitions. 

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September 24, 2023

Nehemiah 1:1-11

Talking to God doesn’t always come naturally, but we have examples in Scripture to help us. In today’s passage, Nehemiah strengthens His prayers by recalling God’s character. Bringing divine attributes to mind increases his faith and confidence in the Lord.

Nehemiah begins by saying, “Please, lord God of heaven” (1:5).  lord, when it appears in all capital letters, denotes the word Jehovah. It means “God who is eternal in His being.” Why is this detail important? Acknowledgment of God’s eternal being is a reminder that God is faithful. Nehemiah prays with confidence because he knows the Lord keeps His promises.

The next Hebrew word, Elohim, is translated “He who is absolutely sovereign.” This name refers to the Creator and recognizes His omnipotence. Once again, Nehemiah acknowledges an important attribute of God—this time, His power. Nehemiah knows that the God who spoke the world into being is certainly able to answer his request.

We may not use these divine names very often, but we’d all benefit from following Nehemiah’s example of praising God’s character. What attribute of the Father do you need to be reminded of today? Take a moment to thank Him for this trait. Then approach God boldly and lay your request at His feet.

Bible in One Year: Micah 1-4

Friday, September 22, 2023

The Matt Walsh Show On US Sports: Is The Anti-Racism Grift Collapsing?


Today on the Matt Walsh Show, things are falling apart for the race grifter now known as "Ibram X Kendi." He's just the latest anti-racist con artist to be exposed in recent years. Is the anti-racist scam falling apart? We'll discuss. Also, John Fetterman cries over being bullied for his disability. Inmates claim cruel and unusual punishment when they are forced to work in the fields rather than sitting in a cell all day. And a Daily Show clip goes viral where Trevor Noah tries every so cautiously to push back against a babbling trans activist.

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