In the early eras of baseball, the home run was not held in the esteem that it is today. Players were encouraged to bunt, steal, and hit and run—techniques considered to require more skill than hitting a ball 400 feet.
Baseball bygones: going soft on hardball.
The Sports Rules Book-3rd Edition
Learn the basics of baseball
The Hockey Drill Book eBook
This chapter includes drills designed to help goalies develop the skills they need, such as the ability to react to various types of shots, agility movements, the use of the stick, and the use of the blocker and catcher glove.
Leading up to summer camp, the quarterback must pass the ball at least 250 times each day.
Open Water Swimming eBook
In the sport of marathon swimming, in which extreme distances, extreme temperatures, and extreme conditions (large ocean swells, strong currents, and marine life) are expected, individuals come from all walks of life. Their physical abilities to push themselves hour after hour are augmented by their tremendous mental focus and strength of character.
Basketball for Women-2nd Edition
The fast break should be performed with speed; players need to pass the ball quickly up the floor before the defense can recover.
Youth Basketball Drills-2nd Edition
Players begin on the left side of the goal (facing midcourt) with back to the basket.
Tennis 4th Edition (eBook, PDF Version)
This drill is good for getting the feel of the backswing, whether one-handed or two-handed.
Play Practice 2nd Edition (eBook, PDF Version)
Two-touch soccer is a game shaped by the rule that only allows players two touches of the ball at any one time.