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Sometimes considered blood sports


Sometimes training can be like Bloodsport...

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Youzhny reacts badly to losing point - hits his racquet against his head

Mikhail Youzhny reacts badly after losing a point to Nicolas Almagro at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami, with his self-inflicted injury drawing blood on court.


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This video has some of the greatest advice, motivation, and inspiration from the best speakers of our era. Many motivational videos get stuck up on sports, so I've decided to focus on different aspects of life as well as sports. Life can be very tough so a little motivation and inspiration will push you on that journey to success. If you find yourself struggling in your journey to success, I hope this video can be an aide to you in your, as well as my other motivational videos.
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Bowhunting Tip: When to Follow-Up After Shot

Bowhunting big game takes perseverance and patience. One of the most difficult things for a bow hunter can be deciding when to pursue an animal after making a hit. Blood color can be an important piece of evidence. The blood ring indicator on a recovered Bloodsport Arrow can provide valuable intel for a bowhunter in the field.


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Dux breaks opponents leg in Muay Thai Fight, Brutal! - Sinbi Muay Thai

This is Dux from frances first fight and he wins by kicking his opponent so hard that his shin bone breaks. Injuries like this can sometimes happen in this sport and we wish Dux opponent the very best in making a swift recovery.

Always Attack, Sometimes Score, Never Give Up!

An ebook by David Baird.
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Interactive ebook with practices animations inside.
This eBook will provide 15 session plans to play an attacking 4-3-3 system, with the emphasis on scoring more goals. This will include, but not limited to:
winning the ball high up the pitch
building from the back and through the midfield to get into goal scoring positions
creating chances through crossing, striker movement and supporting
the forward players
being adaptable and playing with two or one attacking midfielder

Always Attack, Sometimes Score, Never Give Up has the ultimate aim of providing coaches with easy to understand sessions, that can be adapted or progressed to get your team playing an attacking brand of football throughout the season.

Pain Game: When Players Hit People

In this week's news, when players take out their frustrations on court, lines people and ball kids sometimes pay painful prices.

Top 9 "Must Haves" For Kids In Sports To Be Successful

Top 9 Must Haves For Kids In Sports To Be Successful

As parents and coaches there are some simple, but critical things you can do for your kids in sports that will make a huge difference in their happiness and success in playing their sport.

1. Encouragement
I put encouragement first, because this is by far the most important need of any kids in sports. The problems start when parents and coaches give praise only after good performances and call that encouragement. All that does is give the child the idea that your acceptance and approval is dependent on a good performance. What parents need to do is simply express their joy and excitement about watching their athlete play their sport.
2. It's NOT about the winning
First question to ask yourself is, why do you want your kid to play sports? Most parents and coaches agree it is for them to have fun and build life skills. Your kids can accomplish these two things whether they win or not.
3. Good nutrition
Your kids are out there moving their body and sweating. It is extremely important to keep them hydrated with water, not those florescent sports drinks. Also avoiding sugary snacks that spike their blood sugar then bring them crashing down.
4. Sleep well
It's very easy for parents of kids playing sports to ignore this, because there is only so many hours in a day and they also have homework, family chores, etc. They need wind down time at night and a regular bedtime schedule.
5. Acceptance among peers
This is a biggie. While you can't make all of your kid's friends like him, you CAN check in to find out how he is fitting in with his team or group. Bullying is also prevalent in youth sports and there should be a no tolerance policy on your kids team. It is a big reason why kids quit sports.
6. Respect their opinion
Just because you played or know something about your kid's sport, does not mean YOU know the best way to help him become a better player. You know you are on the wrong track with helping your kid, when you think to yourself Well, it worked for me.

In my free ebook, The 10 Commandments For A Great Sports Parent, I teach parents a number of effective ways to giving advice. It starts with asking permission and respecting no. If you go past that, you are only hurting your relationship and ultimately his confidence and performance.
7. To be taught and shown physical skills
There are approximately 3 million youth sports coaches out there and less than 20% of coaches have any training to be a coach. 85% of all coaches are the parent of one of the players. In other words, do not assume they are getting good skill instruction. It's up to you to make sure this is happening.

Take a keen interest in what your child is learning by asking them about their latest skill. Really be present in these conversations and ask open-ended questions to keep it going. When some kids get the personal instruction and others don't, it creates a formula for destroying confidence.
8. To have mental skills modeled and explained
My definition of mental toughness is when you are focused, confident, determined, and resilient...especially under pressure. We have an 8-step program in our Mental Toughness Academy to help your child develop these mental skills.

It's your job though to model them. For example, if you want your child to learn sportsmanship, you'd better be a great sport from the stands by clapping at appropriate times for the other competitors and keeping quiet when there are bad officials calls.
If you want your kid to be calm under pressure, show him how to do that at home.
This is the most powerful way that kids learn anything.
9. Advocate for them
Most youth sports programs are well run. Most coaches are well intentioned. Unfortunately, sometimes things fall apart and it is the parent's job to step in or pull the plug when the young athlete's sports participation is tilting to the negative. Always remember, when approaching the coach, to present your concerns with the utmost respect for another human being who is doing their best. A fabulous technique that I've taught parents in confronting a coach or director is to use the feedback sandwich. This means, you start out the conversation with praise, followed by your concern, and finishing up with more praise.

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Thermal Predator Hunting | 45 Coyotes Down with the IR Hunter MKIII 35mm

Epic thermal predator hunting video footage from O'Neill Ops. 45 coyotes down captured through the Trijicon IR Hunter MKIII 35m thermal scope.

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Why hunt coyotes?

As 4th generation ranchers and farmers, hunting coyotes is not just a hobby or a pastime for O'Neill Ops. They have a duty to protect the cattle that they raise for food. For them, predator hunting is not merely a sport, but a way of life.

Coyotes are presently the most abundant livestock predators in western North America, causing the majority of sheep, goat, and cattle losses. For example, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, coyotes were responsible for 60.5% of the 224,000 sheep deaths attributed to predation in 2004.The total number of sheep deaths in 2004 comprised 2.22% of the total sheep and lamb population in the United States, which, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service USDA report, totaled 4.66 million and 7.80 million heads respectively as of July 1, 2005. Because coyote populations are typically many times greater and more widely distributed than those of wolves, coyotes cause more overall predation losses. The United States government agents routinely shoot, poison, trap, and kill about 90,000 coyotes each year to protect livestock.

Coyotes typically bite the throat just behind the jaw and below the ear when attacking adult sheep or goats, with death commonly resulting from suffocation. Blood loss is usually a secondary cause of death. Calves and heavily fleeced sheep are killed by attacking the flanks or hindquarters, causing shock and blood loss. When attacking smaller prey, such as young lambs, the kill is made by biting the skull and spinal regions, causing massive tissue and bone damage. Small or young prey may be completely carried off, leaving only blood as evidence of a kill.

In the absence of the harassment of coyotes practiced by rural people, urban coyotes are losing their fear of humans, which is further worsened by people intentionally or unintentionally feeding coyotes. In such situations, some coyotes have begun to act aggressively toward humans, chasing joggers and bicyclists, confronting people walking their dogs, and stalking small children. Non-rabid coyotes in these areas sometimes target small children, mostly under the age of 10, though some adults have been bitten.

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ALL ACCESS: Mayweather vs. Maidana | Epilogue | SHOWTIME

In the final installment of All Access: Mayweather vs. Maidana, follow both fighters backstage and witness the aftermath of an epic battle.


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Sometimes we feel a little self-conscious about our dumb sport | Fighting in the Age of Loneliness

This is our stupid, violent spectacle sport for freaks and assholes that’s as legitimate as any other sport in the world. At least, it was ours at some point. The UFC has spent the 2010s sacrificing much of its magic in its desperation for mainstream legitimacy. This sport once transcended our world. Now, it is our world.


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Blood Trailing Dogs For Recovering Deer - Silver Banded Retrievers

There is nothing more a deer hunter wants than to make a successful ethical shot. Unfortunately, it doesn't always go as planned. Trailing a wounded deer can sometimes become a difficult task. The blood trail can become sparse and hard to find. If you're fortunate enough to have one or have been around a blood trailing dog used for recovering deer, you know their value in this scenario.

Silver Banded Retrievers specializes in teaching dogs how to blood trail deer as well as basic gun dog and upland dog training. In this video, William Crawford, owner of Silver Banded Retrievers, takes you through his key points on not only teaching dogs to blood trail, but dog training in general.

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When NBA Referees Fight Back


Referees are instrumental in almost every sport. They take in all the negativity the players and coaches throw at them. But sometimes, they can't take it all. They become more pressured, and the temper gets to them. So, they decide to fight back against what the staff and the players throw at them.

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10 Most EMBARRASSING Sports Photos

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Charlie from #Top10s counts down the top 10 most embarrassing sports photos. Cheerleaders are known for their aesthetic poses and incredibly flexibility. However these can backfire, just like on this cheerleader. This cheerleader at a basketball game apparently didn’t realise that her costume is white, which turns transparent when wet. This photo looks like it’s taken straight out of an anxiety dream. But unfortunately, for the woman, it’s not. This photo was taken at a tennis match where a female player’s underwear fell down as she was playing. Don’t freak out… Ok, freak out but not too much, as the brown stuff around the shoes is vomit, not fecal matter. However, by the looks of the bystanders, they likely thought that this runner had some toilet trouble when running. In this funny photo, a jockey’s pants have fallen down, causing him to moon the whole track. But unfortunately for him, he didn’t just moon the track, but millions of viewers on television. This water volley ball player looks like she got a bit too into the game, as one of her breasts came right out of her swim suit! Unfortunately, a questionable sports photographer captured the event for all to see. In this soccer match in the UK, a player desperately tries to chase an opposing player to tackle him. He then found himself falling over and instinctively grabbed the players shorts. It looks like this Japanese hurdler didn’t quite make the jump. And when I say didn’t quite make it, I mean he missed it completely. In this unfortunately timed photo, 2 soccer players are warming up before a match. The players training made it look like they were doing something very inappropriate! Wrestlers can sometimes get into bizarre and inappropriate-looking positions when fighting. This photo is an example of one of these positions. In this rugby match, a player tries to get the ball from an opponent. However, he ended up grabbing the player’s shorts instead of the ball. #sports

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Wilfredo Gómez - Career Tribute

My career tribute of the legendary three weight world champion.

Wilfredo Gómez - Sometimes referred to as Bazooka Gómez, is a Puerto Rican former professional boxer and three-time world champion. He is frequently mentioned among the best Puerto Rican boxers of all time by sports journalists and analysts, along with Félix Trinidad, Miguel Cotto, Wilfred Benítez, Héctor Camacho, Edwin Rosario, and Carlos Ortíz. His seventeen consecutive knockouts in championship defenses is a record for all boxing divisions.


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Local Permission "Honor"

Sometimes we lose hunting partners. Sometimes they are gone before we even have the opportunity to take them. But we can still honor them with our actions as outdoorsman, as people, as providers, and through the charity of hunting to feed those less fortunate. Josh Vegors shares his story of he continues to cope with the loss of his son through his annual Hunters For The Hungry donation in Tennessee.



Working on hand speed - Josh Robinson

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"Heave-Ho" - Maine Archery Deer Hunt - Maineiac Outdoors - S.6/Ch.2

Sometimes the meaning behind an experience far outweighs any other reward. And often times that experience becomes ingrained in the minds of those lucky enough to bear witness. Hunting produces these moments again and again, and we've been lucky enough to pile them into the memory bank. Join Maineiac Shane Plummer as he takes to the Maine woods on a mission to punch his Archery Deer tag for the first time ever...let's just say it's a good thing he's got a good recovery team! ;-)



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