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1上平 栄道-15
2キム・キョンテ-13
ゴ・アジュン-13
H・W・リュー-13
池田 勇太-13
6小田 孔明-12
7佐藤 祐樹-11
上田 諭尉-11
横田 真一-11
森田 徹-11
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<TOSHIN GOLF TOURNAMENT IN 涼仙 2日目◇7日◇涼仙ゴルフ倶楽部(7,169ヤード・パー72)>
 
 三重県にある涼仙ゴルフ倶楽部で開催されている、国内男子ツアー「TOSHIN GOLF TOURNAMENT IN 涼仙」の2日目。

 前半は1バーディ・1ボギーとスコアを伸ばせなかった石川遼だが、後半1番、3番でバーディを奪う。その後はパープレーの我慢の状況が続くが、この日最終9番パー5で、セカンドショットをピン10メートルにつけると強気のパットでこれを沈めイーグルを奪取。通算8アンダーで暫定16位タイに浮上している。
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# by jaclynseo | 2013-11-26 15:39

最新世界ランキング、松山英樹が28位に浮上!遼は113位

 最新男子世界ランキングが発表され、米国男子ツアー「CIMBクラシック」で25位タイに入った松山英樹が前週より1ランクアップの28位に浮上。自己ベストタイの順位となっている同大会でプレーオフを制し優勝したライアン・ムーア(米国)は45位から31位に順位を上げた。

 石川遼はオープンウイークで1つ順位を下げ113位。国内男子ツアー「ブリヂストンオープン」で4年ぶりの優勝をつかんだ丸山大輔が619位から354位に大きく順位を上げた。

【男子世界ランキング】
1位:タイガー・ウッズ(12.56pt)
2位:アダム・スコット(8.94pt)
3位:フィル・ミケルソン(8.06pt)
4位:ヘンリク・ステンソン(8.02pt)
5位:ジャスティン・ローズ(7.32pt)
6位:ローリー・マキロイ(6.81pt)
7位:スティーブ・ストリッカー(6.47pt)
8位:マット・クーチャー(6.40pt)
9位:ブラント・スネデカー(6.15pt)
10位:ジェイソン・ダフナー(5.71pt)

31位:ライアン・ムーア(3.45pt)

28位:松山英樹(3.70pt)
91位:小田孔明(1.70pt)
113位:石川遼(1.47pt)
120位:藤田寛之(1.42pt)
121位:片山晋呉(1.42pt)
354位:丸山大輔(0.52pt)

<ゴルフ情報ALBA.Net>
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# by jaclynseo | 2013-10-30 11:10

Baseball Coaching Tips: Eight Ways To Know That Your Pitcher Is Getting Tired!

Hey, forget that the outcome of the baseball game may be put in jeopardy. The important thing here is the well being of your pitcher's throwing arm. Read eight excellent warning signs that you really should know. I can't think of anything on the baseball field that's more important than the well being of my players. Can you? This really holds true when it comes to your pitchers. When they are tiring, the risk of injury to their throwing arm skyrockets. Skyrockets! Hey, let's forget that the outcome of the baseball game may be put in jeopardy. Of much greater importance is the well being of your pitcher's throwing arm. Here are eight excellent warning signs that your pitcher is getting tired and at a higher risk of injury.

(1) Keep track of the number of pitches thrown. There isn't anyone on the planet that can give me one valid reason as to why baseball coaches at any level of play do not keep a pitch count on their pitchers. In no time at all, you will know for sure at what number of pitches any of your pitchers are starting to run out of gas. It can influence the outcome of the game by leaving the pitcher in the game too long but more importantly it can increase the chance of injury to your pitcher's arm! It's one of the easiest things to do on the ball field. You can pick one person on the team to do it. It can be the manager, coach or a player on the bench. If you are not doing this, you really should start immediately.

(2) Watch to see if the pitcher's elbow is dropping down lower than usual. Keeping a pitch count is foolproof and this is a very close second. It is a very clear warning sign! Watch carefully to see if the pitcher's elbow is starting to drop below the point that it is normally raised to, which is usually about shoulder height. When the elbow starts to drop down low, it's because fatigue has set in and the arm is saying "no" when it's asked to elevate. Obviously, this would not apply to side-arm pitchers because their elbow is low already. Aside from a pitch count, which is foolproof, this is one of the best baseball coaching tips to recognize that a pitcher is getting tired. Your pitcher couldn't tell you any clearer that he's getting tired if he had a megaphone! It also causes a pitcher to "push" the ball instead of throwing the ball. It will make the fast ball and off speed pitches miss high and the curve will flatten out. It will also increase the risk of injury to the pitcher.

(3) Is your pitcher taking more time between pitches? Be very observant if your normally fast worker has slowed down the pace considerably and is taking more time between pitches. Occasionally, the opposite can also be true. A normally slow and deliberate pitcher is starting to take less time between pitches. This is because he knows he's tiring and wants to hurry up and get the inning over with.

(4) Watch for a pitcher who stops following through. The more a pitcher tires, the less he follows through and doesn't "finish" his pitches. It's affectionately called "getting lazy." Remember that the follow through protects the arm from coming to a sudden halt. It's not good for your automobile if you're driving 60 M.P.H. and jam on the brakes and it's not healthy for your pitcher's arm accelerating and then coming to an abrupt stop either. When a baseball pitcher stops following through, the risk is not just the quality of the pitch but more importantly, the risk is to injuring his throwing arm.
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# by jaclynseo | 2013-10-23 15:44

Triathlon Race Day Tips - From Top Triathlon Coach Richard Laidlow

1/Once your transition is set up walk through transition 4 times, from swim entry to bike exit and bike entry to run exit. Slowly visualize yourself racing through transition.

2/Sit in transition for 5 mins after you have set up your bike. Watch the people around your transition space set up their transition, make a mental note of their equipment, this will help orientate you during the race.

3/In shorter distance races such as Sprint or Olympic Distance, break two elastic bands and tie them around the top tube of your bike, then place your energy gels underneath the elastic bands so they are easily reachable during the bike segment.

4/Same idea with your Sunglasses which during the rush of transition can easily get forgotten, dropped or trodden on! Place the arms of the sunglasses underneath the bands to hold them securely, then you can wait until you have got yourself into a comfortable position on the bike segment before putting them on.

5/In a Duathlon use two pairs of running shoes one pair for the 1st run and one pair for the 2nd run. This will save time as you will not have to think about where you place your running shoes in T1, as well as then being able to put on sweat free, pre-positioned shoes in T2.

6/The swim is the 1st part of the triathlon so make sure you do 5 to 10 mins of shoulder mobility exercises before getting into the water, whilst doing these exercises it gives you a good opportunity to visualze your whole swim from the start, right through to running into transition and finding your bike.

7/Try to get into the water 10 mins before the start of the race, this will help you get acclimatized to the water temperature, as well as help your orientation of the swim bouys.

8/Stop your goggles steaming up by putting a small amount of washing up liquid or shower gel on your finger tip and rubbing the inside of your goggles, allowing it to dry before the swim start.

9/Always take a big mouthful of water from your race bottle after eating a gel, this helps increase the speed of gastric absorption by diluting the carbohydrate percentage you have just eaten.

10/If the water is cold wear two good swim hats. Pull them well down over your ears thus preventing the cold water from entering your ears. This really does stop that horrible dizzy feeling. If you really suffer with this problem consider wearing earplugs.
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# by jaclynseo | 2013-10-17 11:43

Golf Instructions-Why Take Golf Lessons?

Why not take golf instructions? And while you are at it why not take golf instructions from a professional golf instructor? See yourself mastering the game of golf!

The other day I was listening to a program about acting, and I entered the middle of the interview where the emcee asked, what mead you two actors exceptionally suitable for the roles that made it seem so natural and real to make the story line become so realistic to the audience? And do you improvise the script or memorize it?

They not only answered the questions pertaining to their acting abilities but to other accomplished and successful actors who share the same educational background of formal classical training in theater and stage. They validated that education and training are valuable.

And if you research an outstanding and excellent golfer the same will be discovered. They took lessons from professional golf instructors. The golf instructors can be found wherever you play golf. Do not hesitate to attend their classes. When playing on the golf course ask the golf instructor for an evaluation of your golf swing and other areas that need improvement.

There are pros and cons as to learning with video instructions. You will discover that there is much to be learned from the video. One tremendous advantage is being able to replay and listen to the instructor until you truly understand the instruction.

I had an experience in a teaching situation where a few blind people had attended the class. I discovered that the blind people were following my instructions directly and those who could see kept asking me to repeat what I was demonstrating. I learned a very valuable lesson that day. Visual people do not listen.

Likewise, when viewing a video, regardless of the subject matter, listen. The instructor is telling you what to do, but your visual intake is distracting you from the words.

Why take golf instruction? Here is a checklist:

1.Learn basics of golf correctly
2.Learn about the golf game
3.Learn about golf equipment
4.Become familiar with golf terminology
5.Learn how each type of gold club is to be utilized
6.Learn to hold different types of golf clubs
7.Learn how to hit the golf ball a greater distance
8.Learn how to improve your golf swings, pitching, chipping, driving, takeaway, downswing, and others
9.Learn about fitness, stance, posture, and other bio mechanics
10.Become familiar with golf drills and other practice methods
11.Learn how to shave strokes off your score
12.Learn timing, eye positioning, and focusing
13.Learn how to be still and quiet to maintain control
14.Learn how to correct your mistakes
15.Learn to be more consistent

An instructor of golf will help you to learn this checklist in a matter of days. It would take you months trying to learn by trial and error. I am sure you know it would be more expensive in time, money, and frustration. Be kind to yourself.
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# by jaclynseo | 2013-10-15 12:30


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