Football for College Learners Training by Kebel Johnson
The renowned football player Kebel Johnson will join college learners on 21st November 2012, at Ohio State University in the largest football event training on strength training. Westlord Sports Club has joined forces with the department of sports at Ohio State University to organize the event, and it will offer college learners, at the university, an exclusive opportunity to obtain tips from a sporting champ.
Research demonstrates that strength training for footballers has several benefits. For instance, De Proft and his cohorts introduced a group of Belgian professionals into extra weight training. Weighed against a control group of equals who performed no further training, the players enhanced their leg strength and kicking capability (Reilly, 1990). Players who had training in extra weight management outlived the non-trained players, and were less exposed to injuries, as compared to other players. Thus, Reilly (1990) suggests that leg strength, particularly, develops in the hamstrings and quadriceps, in order to steady the knee joint, which is prone to injury, during football game. Besides, Apor (1998), a prominent, Hungarian professional and researcher supports that stabilization of the knee joint, which results from strength training, leads to successful games. He further adds that powerful hamstring muscles with regard to quadriceps are fundamental to a knee injury impediment.
Ronaldo, a renowned footballer, acknowledges that strength training is essential for footballers who desire to enhance their kick performances. According to Ronaldo “strength training, particularly, in the legs and trunk, are essential for football players who desire to lessen the risk of injury and develop kick performance. So as, to enhance general strength, exercises should comprise leg press, leg curls, leg extensions, lat pull downs, bench press, as well as, lower back and abdominal exercises. This is achievable through the use of multi-gym apparatus that are easy and safe to utilize. Most professional players utilize apparatus at the gym to carry out workouts following their formal training classes. According to Reilly (1990), players who conducted extra strength training, willingly, were apt to experience fewer muscle injuries than those who did not conduct any conducted extra, strength training. Hence, it makes sense to coach young footballers, in colleges, on strength training, as well as, highlight its significance. Besides, most persons who obtain direct training from prominent sports personnel are more likely to develop eminent football skills than those who obtain such training from school coaches, who mostly have theoretical knowledge, but lacks practical knowledge on the subject.
Westlord Sports Club is a private company classified under Recreation hubs. The club was established by England football fans. We offer sports, as well as, therapeutic and Recreation Services, with the intention of providing the best to our clients. Besides, we seek to identify and train upcoming talent in different games, so as, to give young people an opportunity to grow their talents. We have enough space for weights and stretching, numerous cardio machines and accommodative and proficient staff. We update our equipment, regularly, add classes and uphold an excellent, workout environment. Our organization obtains funding from private donations, fundraising occasions, soliciting local, corporate support, as well as, annual contributions by club members.
For More information, contact our website at www. westlord sports club.com or Contact: 227 Post Road East, London, CT 06880 (203) 127-1711. (Word count: 549) News Press Release 14th September 2012
Row Sport to Olympics
Row to Olympics club will hold a conference on 21st November 2012, at New York, aimed at creating teams that will steer awareness of Row sport. Row to Olympics Club has partnered with various Row Sport Clubs and organizations, in America to organize the event, and integrate fans and rowers across America into our team so that they can support our team members, actively. Thus, the goals of this Club are twofold: to integrate fans and rowers across America into our team so that they can support our team members, actively; and to create exhilaration among our fans and supporters as we prepare for Olympic rowing, in 2016. Every group, of Rowing organizations and clubs, will commit to support the team by participating in an online fundraising that will be described as Row to Olympics portal. All collected funds will be distributed among athletes or teams, accordingly. Some clubs will also host Row, viewing parties before the Olympics. Besides, fans will be allowed to post messages of good will on a designed, Face book page in order to demonstrate their support to the athletes. Lastly, the rowing society will be allowed to design clothes for athletes, and the best design will be voted for by fans.
Research demonstrates that rowing game was first established in European countries, before getting into America (Burnell, 1997). As a result, this game is yet to gain much popularity in America. By creating awareness about the game, in America, we can increase the audience and supporters for our game during Olympics. Rowing is among the few non-weight, focused sports that involve all the chief muscle groups, such as biceps, quads, biceps and abdominal muscles. Also, research demonstrates that playing Row sport enhances cardiovascular strength and strengthens muscles (Maclennan, Silvestre, Ward & Mahler, 1994). Equally, watching Row sport reduces stress and can cause low levels of cholesterol and blood pressure.
According to Cindy Matthes, the 1992 Olympic winner, “frequent rowers are apt to be strong and tall due to increased spans of leverage on the oar, by long limbs of the sportsperson”. Thus, rowing game gives players that fine look that everyone desires, unlike most other games.
Row to Olympics is a club aimed at creating awareness regarding Row Sport and growing a broad audience, for the sport, in America. The Club has its headquarters in London, where Row Sport was first established. We offer rowing sport, Row sport outerwear and training gears, as well as, swimming and other recreation services, with the intention of providing the best to our clients. Besides, we seek to promote and find support and audience or our game members, especially in Olympic Games.
We, also, train people on playing Row Sport using our proficient staff. We train people how to steer, the function of oars, as well as, the meaning of different oars’ colors. Besides, we have Ergometer rowing machine, which can be used for indoor rowing. We update our apparatus, regularly, offer free classes to our members and uphold an excellent, workout environment.
Our organization obtains funding from private donations, fundraising occasions, soliciting local corporate support, as well as, annual contributions by club members.
For More information, contact our website at www. Row to Olympics.com or contact 125 East Park Avenue, London, PA 223424.Phone: 202 -425-4100. Fax: 115-525-2028. (Word count: 554)
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