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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

American 'Footballers' February is the month where you get really serious!



Unless you are getting ready for the Super Bowl, you as a football player are or should be deep in your preparation for the 2010-2011 season. It is my deepest hope that you are using the month of February to push your training and your bodies (within reason and always keeping safety first in mind) to the absolute limits. This should be where your squats, deadlifts, Olympic movements, and other lifts are attempted at their max. This is where you sprint, box jump, hurdle, zig-zag, until at times meals are recycled the hard way! You paint that picture.

As the saying goes: "champions are built in the off-season." Mark Bendorf two time state champion at Robinson High School In Fairfax Virginia once told me that which I hold true as a strength coach today. "We have one many a game in the weight room" For those of you who are not in a structured strength program for any number of reasons. (Time, resources, economic, etc.) There are many ways of getting your program going so that you can best help yourself, your team, coaches, parents (by being in condition so that you have the opportunity to avoid injury), and the list can go even further.

The internet has not only provided a pathway to the best sports blog on the planet; but plenty of resources many free to help you get into a good strength and conditioning program. If you are a self starter with a little smidge of discipline you have a chance to physically get into game shape by start of training camp. You are certainly welcome to visit the US Sports Online Strength and Conditioning System for additional information.

I look forward to seeing you "Jacked Up" and holding a championship trophy in December.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

An Ode to well trained sports franchise owners...

Let the record show that the two teams playing for the 'Big Game' as the National Football League does not let anyone who is not on their payroll to use the phrase 'Super Bowl' oops! Anyway the two teams playing for the championship are not only the top two seeds but seems as though they are two team with the least visible owners.

Funny don't know if there is any direct correlation as Jerry Jones' Cowboys got close enough with a guy in Mr. Jones who is no stranger to being in front of the camera or microphone.

If your team is serious about being in position of a championship, they should possibly work on creating a culture similar to those in New England, Indy, NO, Pittsburgh, and others who could play in the Big Game next year.

The two most visible owners in Oakland and Washington may want to go to Owner's school to figure it out. In retail if you are lagging in performance you are given training to help improve your performance. I know owning a sports franchise is a different matter, so the training would have to be voluntary. As my boi Reverend Solomon would say. "Not a sermon, just a thought."

Friday, December 4, 2009

Hey PGA pros. Let's make Tiger Happy

The last thing I would want on the course after all of this muck is an even more motivated Tiga, Tiga, Tiga, Woods Ya'll. It is obvious that this guy has mastered the Sports Psychological art of turning 'Lemons into lemonade' The more turmoil that surrounds him the more focused he becomes.
Sergio, Phil, Vijay and all the rest of you give Tiger a call of support and hope that he isn't mad enough to smoke all of you when he returns to the course.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

NCAA SOCCER NEWS:: WASHINGTON ADVENTIST EDGES UDC, 5-4, IN OVERTIME



Takoma Park, MD: October 20, 2009—Washington Adventist Mid-fielder Edward Kamarah, with assists from Kouame Kreme and See-Eun Park, kicked the ball into the goal in the 99th minute of overtime to edge the University of the District of Columbia Firebirds, 5-4, in soccer this afternoon in Takoma Park, Maryland. It was Kamarah’s second goal of the day, after scoring in the 10th minute with an assist from Park.



Adventist’s first goal came in the 3rd minute when Park scored with an assist from defenseman Sean Rosendall. Kouame got them on the board again when he scored in the 71st minute with an assist from Park. Their fourth goal was scored by Kreme in the 73rd minute with an assist from Gilbert Ngen.



UDC’s first goal came in the 19th minute on a free kick by sophomore mid-fielder Said Nabih (Alexandria, VA). Senior forward Isiah Munoz (Grafton, OH) scored the second Firebird goal in the 42nd minute on a cross from Nabih.



Senior forward Kendel Penny (Gasparillo, Trinidad) scored the third UDC goal in the 53rd minute unassisted. The last UDC goal came in the 69th minute when Munoz scored his second goal of the night after taking a deflection off the Adventist goalie after a Kendel Penny shot.



UDC (2-10-1) returns to action on October 24, against Slippery Rock University in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania.



For additional information contact:


Bernard S. Payton

Sports Information Director

University of the District of Columbia

4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20008

Phone: (202) 274-5064

Mobile: (202) 498-9400

E-mail:bpayton@udc.edu

www.udcfirebirds.com

BODYBUILDING.COM'S TEEN TRANSFORMATION OF THE WEEK: SENECA OLEYTE



Vital Stats

Name: Seneca Oleyte

Email: seneca.oleyte@yahoo.com

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Before:

Age: 15

Height: 5'4"

Weight: 226 lbs

Body Fat: 39%



After:

Age: 19

Height: 5'5"

Weight: 127 lbs

Body Fat: 20%




Why I Got Started




Ever since that first bite of real food, I was introduced to bad fitness and nutritional habits. I have always been accustomed to overeating, and constantly consuming foods with poor nutritional value. My body began to change in a negative way and I was not active, thanks to junk foods, oily meals, and overused couches.



When it came time to participate in outdoor activities, the task of playing and running around was a challenge and I would end up in back pain and shortness of breath in a matter of seconds. In 9th grade, through continuous poor eating habits and exercise negligence, I personally came face to face with my arch enemy, obesity.



I've learned to disguise my weight by emphasizing my humor. I'd emphasized being the "funny girl" and connected with people in a way that made sure that the first thing they didn't notice about me was my obesity. However, under all the laughter was a girl who, in some ways, felt socially limited because of her size.



It wasn't until my freshmen year in high school that my "unhealthiness" really began to bite back. The tactics I've used to hide my weight didn't work when I decided to join the high school volleyball and tennis team. For me, keeping up with the team during practices was like trying to keep up with a pack of leopards.



That's when I knew my body was in crying need of a change. My bad habits needed to be adjusted not only for my own benefit, but for my family as well who needed a model, motive, and mentor to jump start a healthy and active lifestyle. At 5'4" tall, and an unhealthy weight of 226 pounds, I knew I was about to embark on a strenuous journey. (More....)

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Oh My Dis Da Big One!

Yep the biggie High School football game of the year will take place at the Prince Georges Sports and Learning Complex Friday Night 7pm. As the Undefeated DeMatha Stags Take on the yes undefeated Good Counsel Falcons.

Both have pretty much secured their playoff positioning barring any mishaps by either after this game. The game also has never been an indicator of what could happen in the post season where DeMatha has won the last 6 WCAC championships; 4 of which were against this Good Counsel squad.

Recruiting junkies should have a field day as top recruits are present on both teams. The defenses should be key here and it could be a low scoring affair with the last team to have the ball coming out on top. Or it could be another whacky finish as this series has proven to be over the years.

If you can't brave the DC area traffic tune in right here at www.ussportsradio.com or any of our super cool affiliates. While your are waiting for countdown have a listen to last year's WCAC championship game on the app here.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Ok let's get busy..

First my apologies as I have not been a good blogger. Hey I am really old I didn't know you were supposed to do this everyday! Now I am 'siced' that I can!
Football, High School, College and Pro is in full swing. Somehow I knew my Raiders were going to find a way to blow it against the bolts. Bobby Bowden is the only 75 plus year old coach I want!
I thought that Mike Vick was one Donovan rib shot away from hitting the field but the Eags' go out and sign JC? hmmm kind of suspicious to this kid.
Tune in this weekend to www.ussportsradio.com for DeMatha High School Football as the Stags open at home against one of the fastest growing programs in the DC area in Friendship Edison Charter School in the District. That is Friday night.
Saturday the Bowie State Bulldogs try to get to .500 on the year as they open CIAA action against Livingstone. Oh my the pigs do fly!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Just a quickie


DeMatha Vs. Riverdale Baptist. Kickoff of the the 2009 Season right here on US Sports Radio