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Sports Literature category supplies articles dealing with all forms of competitive physical action which maintains or improves physical fitness and provides entertainment to participants. It might be a team or an individual game, summer or winter sport, a spectator or a participant sport.

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Lance Winslow

Are You Looking to Take Up Cycling? Book Review

As a younger man, I had ridden my 10 speed, actually a donated 10 speed for the cause, from Oregon to Mexico. Trust me when I tell you this, there's a lot more to...

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Owen Johnston

Convict Conditioning - Book Review

The full body, functional strength training that Paul Wade lays out is very beneficial to athletic performance in general, and certainly for martial arts. I...

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I got the chance to get an early copy of the book Stillpower: Excellence with Ease in Sports and Life by Garret Kramer, and I have to say that I enjoyed it. It was not my favorite book, but I think

By: Juan Leer l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jun 06, 2012
Owen Johnston

The full body, functional strength training that Paul Wade lays out is very beneficial to athletic performance in general, and certainly for martial arts. I especially recommend his books to everyone

By: Owen Johnston l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 22, 2012
Rick Bouch

A Team For America is a fantastic look at the football rivalry between our two major military academies, Army and Navy. Author Randy Roberts examines the rivalry and how one of its games helped a

By: Rick Bouch l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 03, 2012
Emory Daniels

Author Jeanne Hess has researched the original meanings of words used in sports in an attempt to change the attitudes and behavior of fans, players, coaches, officials and parents. This book will

By: Emory Daniels l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 08, 2012
Eric Bynum

I take a look at the book by Australian author Nicholas H.W. Henning. It's a story of an Australian ballplayer named Damian who travels to the US to try his hand at making the majors. You ride along

By: Eric Bynum l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 05, 2012
Joel Wray Brown

This book gives good picture demonstrations and details of making your fairway shots like a pro. It is guaranteed to improve your game by at least 7 strokes within two weeks. They also have an eBook

By: Joel Wray Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Feb 01, 2012
Lance Winslow

As a younger man, I had ridden my 10 speed, actually a donated 10 speed for the cause, from Oregon to Mexico. Trust me when I tell you this, there's a lot more to riding a bicycle long distances then

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Nov 13, 2011
Moira G Gallaga

Soccer is called "the beautiful game" due to its simplicity and popularity; unlike ice hockey or baseball, it can be played on a patch of dirt with nothing more than a bundle of rags. Yet soccer,

By: Moira G Gallaga l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 20, 2011
Ron Baltazar

A couple of weeks ago, I started reading Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN, a history of the network from its inception (started with a $9,000 investment) to the huge conglomerate

By: Ron Baltazar l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 02, 2011
Chris J McBrien

Author Gabriel Busch has just written his debut novel, "Circle Change". Set in the world of professional baseball, the book explores the themes of love, dreams, loss, grief and redemption. Busch took

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jul 05, 2011
Chris J McBrien

In "Circle Change" a new novel by Gabriel Busch, the author addresses the themes of love, loss, grief, introspection and redemption. Set against the backdrop of New Orleans and rooted in the world of

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jun 29, 2011
Jack D A Brown

If you want to improve your golfing performance, then there is no one better qualified to teach you than the number one golf instructor in the world. Get your hands on some of the best golf books by

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011
Jack D A Brown

As one of the leading sports psychologists in the world Dr Bob Rotella has helped improve the performance levels of some of the greatest players on Tour. And he has shared this knowledge and

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011
Jack D A Brown

If you want the very best golf books on the short game and putting, then you don't need to look any further than Dave Pelz. The former NASA scientist is recognized as one of golf's foremost

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011
Jack D A Brown

One of the best ways to improve your golfing performance is to learn the skills and tricks of the trade from the very best. Find out what the 3 best golf instruction books are and start shooting the

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 16, 2011

There's not lots of training books that take on exact lengths of running events, such as full marathons, half marathons, 10K, and many others. Frequently, every one of these varieties of marathon

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 20, 2011

Have you any idea just who Frank is? In the event you do not then it's time you learn about this remarkable man. Frank is regarded as a cross country jogger who's represented the United States

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 18, 2011
Alain Burrese

For basketball fans, "Basketball's Greatest Stars" by Michael Grange with a Foreword by Wayne Embry is a fun, large size coffee table type book with plenty of full color photographs, interesting

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011

Jeff Galloway is known as a previous Olympian who's set track records and also represented the USA to all types of marathon events. Just recently, he's been aiding more folks in preparing for various

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011

There are many sought for sports editors nowadays not only for the reason that they're outstanding journalists, but merely on the grounds that they have become the very best within the said sports

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 16, 2011
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Lance Winslow

As a younger man, I had ridden my 10 speed, actually a donated 10 speed for the cause, from Oregon to Mexico. Trust me when I tell you this, there's a lot more to riding a bicycle long distances then

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Nov 13, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Owen Johnston

The full body, functional strength training that Paul Wade lays out is very beneficial to athletic performance in general, and certainly for martial arts. I especially recommend his books to everyone

By: Owen Johnston l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Rick Bouch

A Team For America is a fantastic look at the football rivalry between our two major military academies, Army and Navy. Author Randy Roberts examines the rivalry and how one of its games helped a

By: Rick Bouch l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 03, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Joel Wray Brown

This book gives good picture demonstrations and details of making your fairway shots like a pro. It is guaranteed to improve your game by at least 7 strokes within two weeks. They also have an eBook

By: Joel Wray Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Feb 01, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Chris J McBrien

Author Gabriel Busch has just written his debut novel, "Circle Change". Set in the world of professional baseball, the book explores the themes of love, dreams, loss, grief and redemption. Busch took

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jul 05, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Eric Bynum

I take a look at the book by Australian author Nicholas H.W. Henning. It's a story of an Australian ballplayer named Damian who travels to the US to try his hand at making the majors. You ride along

By: Eric Bynum l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 05, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Ron Baltazar

A couple of weeks ago, I started reading Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN, a history of the network from its inception (started with a $9,000 investment) to the huge conglomerate

By: Ron Baltazar l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 02, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Moira G Gallaga

Soccer is called "the beautiful game" due to its simplicity and popularity; unlike ice hockey or baseball, it can be played on a patch of dirt with nothing more than a bundle of rags. Yet soccer,

By: Moira G Gallaga l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

If you want to improve your golfing performance, then there is no one better qualified to teach you than the number one golf instructor in the world. Get your hands on some of the best golf books by

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

As one of the leading sports psychologists in the world Dr Bob Rotella has helped improve the performance levels of some of the greatest players on Tour. And he has shared this knowledge and

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

One of the best ways to improve your golfing performance is to learn the skills and tricks of the trade from the very best. Find out what the 3 best golf instruction books are and start shooting the

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 16, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Emory Daniels

Author Jeanne Hess has researched the original meanings of words used in sports in an attempt to change the attitudes and behavior of fans, players, coaches, officials and parents. This book will

By: Emory Daniels l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 08, 2012 lViews: 39 lComments: 0

There's not lots of training books that take on exact lengths of running events, such as full marathons, half marathons, 10K, and many others. Frequently, every one of these varieties of marathon

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 20, 2011 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Chris J McBrien

In "Circle Change" a new novel by Gabriel Busch, the author addresses the themes of love, loss, grief, introspection and redemption. Set against the backdrop of New Orleans and rooted in the world of

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jun 29, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

If you want the very best golf books on the short game and putting, then you don't need to look any further than Dave Pelz. The former NASA scientist is recognized as one of golf's foremost

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

I got the chance to get an early copy of the book Stillpower: Excellence with Ease in Sports and Life by Garret Kramer, and I have to say that I enjoyed it. It was not my favorite book, but I think

By: Juan Leer l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 35 lComments: 0

Have you any idea just who Frank is? In the event you do not then it's time you learn about this remarkable man. Frank is regarded as a cross country jogger who's represented the United States

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 18, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
Alain Burrese

For basketball fans, "Basketball's Greatest Stars" by Michael Grange with a Foreword by Wayne Embry is a fun, large size coffee table type book with plenty of full color photographs, interesting

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0

Jeff Galloway is known as a previous Olympian who's set track records and also represented the USA to all types of marathon events. Just recently, he's been aiding more folks in preparing for various

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011 lViews: 31 lComments: 0

In numerous running educational ebooks, you will find distinct steps as to just how individuals must start in obtaining jogging distances immediately after learning the basic principles. Ordinarily,

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 30 lComments: 0
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Alain Burrese

For basketball fans, "Basketball's Greatest Stars" by Michael Grange with a Foreword by Wayne Embry is a fun, large size coffee table type book with plenty of full color photographs, interesting

By: Alain Burrese l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011 lViews: 32 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

As a younger man, I had ridden my 10 speed, actually a donated 10 speed for the cause, from Oregon to Mexico. Trust me when I tell you this, there's a lot more to riding a bicycle long distances then

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Nov 13, 2011 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

Back in my younger days I ran track and field - starting at age 10. It was really interesting to me that I had a knack for long-distance running, and I had more endurance than the other kids; not to

By: Lance Winslow l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Feb 11, 2011 lViews: 27 lComments: 0
Owen Johnston

The full body, functional strength training that Paul Wade lays out is very beneficial to athletic performance in general, and certainly for martial arts. I especially recommend his books to everyone

By: Owen Johnston l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Rick Bouch

A Team For America is a fantastic look at the football rivalry between our two major military academies, Army and Navy. Author Randy Roberts examines the rivalry and how one of its games helped a

By: Rick Bouch l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 03, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Chris J McBrien

Author Gabriel Busch has just written his debut novel, "Circle Change". Set in the world of professional baseball, the book explores the themes of love, dreams, loss, grief and redemption. Busch took

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jul 05, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Chris J McBrien

In "Circle Change" a new novel by Gabriel Busch, the author addresses the themes of love, loss, grief, introspection and redemption. Set against the backdrop of New Orleans and rooted in the world of

By: Chris J McBrien l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Jun 29, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Joel Wray Brown

This book gives good picture demonstrations and details of making your fairway shots like a pro. It is guaranteed to improve your game by at least 7 strokes within two weeks. They also have an eBook

By: Joel Wray Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Feb 01, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Moira G Gallaga

Soccer is called "the beautiful game" due to its simplicity and popularity; unlike ice hockey or baseball, it can be played on a patch of dirt with nothing more than a bundle of rags. Yet soccer,

By: Moira G Gallaga l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 20, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Ron Baltazar

A couple of weeks ago, I started reading Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN, a history of the network from its inception (started with a $9,000 investment) to the huge conglomerate

By: Ron Baltazar l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Sep 02, 2011 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

If you want to improve your golfing performance, then there is no one better qualified to teach you than the number one golf instructor in the world. Get your hands on some of the best golf books by

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

As one of the leading sports psychologists in the world Dr Bob Rotella has helped improve the performance levels of some of the greatest players on Tour. And he has shared this knowledge and

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

If you want the very best golf books on the short game and putting, then you don't need to look any further than Dave Pelz. The former NASA scientist is recognized as one of golf's foremost

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 20, 2011 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Jack D A Brown

One of the best ways to improve your golfing performance is to learn the skills and tricks of the trade from the very best. Find out what the 3 best golf instruction books are and start shooting the

By: Jack D A Brown l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Apr 16, 2011 lViews: 40 lComments: 0

There's not lots of training books that take on exact lengths of running events, such as full marathons, half marathons, 10K, and many others. Frequently, every one of these varieties of marathon

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 20, 2011 lViews: 38 lComments: 0

Have you any idea just who Frank is? In the event you do not then it's time you learn about this remarkable man. Frank is regarded as a cross country jogger who's represented the United States

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 18, 2011 lViews: 34 lComments: 0

Jeff Galloway is known as a previous Olympian who's set track records and also represented the USA to all types of marathon events. Just recently, he's been aiding more folks in preparing for various

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 17, 2011 lViews: 31 lComments: 0

There are many sought for sports editors nowadays not only for the reason that they're outstanding journalists, but merely on the grounds that they have become the very best within the said sports

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 16, 2011 lViews: 28 lComments: 0

In numerous running educational ebooks, you will find distinct steps as to just how individuals must start in obtaining jogging distances immediately after learning the basic principles. Ordinarily,

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 15, 2011 lViews: 30 lComments: 0

The publication Run Fast: How to Beat Your top Time - Every time, authored by Hal Higdon is undoubtedly an enlightening publication loaded with speech marks that originate from Higdon's working

By: Richard Dennings l Book Reviews > Sports Literature l Mar 03, 2011 lViews: 26 lComments: 0
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