Bob Hayes grew up in a small Alabama town, the son of a prominent high school coach. Although he had a few shining moments as a player, he never really became a starter. Instead, he found his niche in the preparation and application of player performance strategy. He was great at bringing out the best in his players. Sideline tells the story of Bob's unexpected early success and gives the reader a glimpse into the famed young football coach's unique talents. Sideline gets you out on the playing field and puts you right in the middle of the huddle. Along with these thrills, Bob's story is full of lessons about sports and life. The finer points of these lessons, Gary's Gems, are highlighted within the stories and listed for you at the end, making this a great book for coaches and students of any sport at all levels of participation. Guys, girls, men, and women of all ages will enjoy this story.
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Gary Lett, Doctor of Chiropractic, was a 1986 graduate of Life Chiropractic College, Marietta, Georgia. In 1988 he moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi to manage an office and has been in private practice since 1989. After writing a letter to the editor of a regional golf magazine, Southern Golf Journal, he was asked to do a regular feature, Ask the Doctor, for the publication. He also had articles published by the Hattiesburg American newspaper, Chiropractic Economics, and InPractice magazines, as well as others. The articles were related to various conditions and sports. He grew up in the small Alabama town of Glencoe. He graduated in 1975 and was a proud member of the 1973 2-A State Football Champions. He was on the football team at Jacksonville State (AL) in 1975-76 and earned a golf scholarship for 1977-78. View his practice site: www.lettchiropractic.com and for SIDELINE: www.garylett.com
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Book Description Authorhouse, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M146856692X