”This is the best guide I’ve seen so far.” – Russ Pirozek, Fanbase Press
There are a ton of books out there that try to explain the basics of this brilliant and complex game. Yet, something always seems to be lost in translation. Yes, football can be as clear as mud to the uninitiated fan. This creates a sea of ”dumbed down” explanations that only outline the shell of a beautifully constructed and deceptively intellectual American obsessio… More >>
Accurate kicking is a critical skill in Australian Rules Football and is a key element of a team’s success. However, many of today’s methods for training kickers are based on principles that contradict the movements demonstrated by the game’s most successful players.
In this guide, former Sydney Swans skill acquisition coach Ben Moore offers a holistic approach to learning and improving kicking technique. Drawing on his background in playing and coaching … More >>
A Pro’s Guide for Winning at Daily Fantasy Basketball is a book written by an NBA DFS Pro and is geared toward an audience that wants to take that next step in daily fantasy basketball.
Highlights of A Pro’s Guide for Winning at Daily Fantasy Basketball include :
How you really can compete with the pros!
The tools you need to play like a pro.
Proper bankroll management strategies to maximize your profits whil… More >>
The latest edition of the world’s most trusted baseball card price guide. For over three decades, Beckett has provided this comprehensive source for checklists and prices of virtually all major manufacturer baseball card sets. Thousands of new items are included in this new edition, which covers cards produced from 1887 to the present!… More >>
The soul is not where it lives, but where it loves. A countryside ranch, naughty notes and a neighbor boy. Kissing in silos and skinny dipping under a full moon. Ten years gone. An ocean, a tragedy…secrets and buried things. Letting go and hanging on. Remembering to forget. My reality became his nightmare, but then my nightmare became reality. Hawke Slater was not only my brothers’ best friend, he was a tender, sweet country boy. I never wanted to leave,… More >>