Discover How Golf Schools Can Help You Play BetterWritten by Bud Bradley
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teacher ratio should not be more than 4-1. However, 2-1 would be ideal, if possible. 2. The coach must be an ace golfer and should have excellent communication skills to make learner understand game and feel comfortable and secure. 3. The skills and requirements must be clearly understood by coach and he should be able to tailor it according to needs of individual. The groups of students must be made according to abilities. 4. Apart from a good coach institute must also have other facilities like: i. Latest Video Analysis Equipments, ii. Launch Monitor Technology, iii. Swing Learning Aids, iv. Should be able to scientifically measure a golfer's current swing and pinpoint his or her weaknesses, v. Help develop a plan for measurable improvement. vi. The staff should know game and should be able to teach; so all golfers get all benefits where it really needs - on golf course.
5. Last but not least, price. The cost of learning must be justifiable.
Thus, one should analyze Services offered by Golf Schools taking points mentioned above into consideration, before deciding on Golf School.
Bud Bradley is a freelance writer, working long hours at a computer. His main relaxation is golf, and over many years he's visited many golf schools in an attempt to improve his game. This series of articles relates his experience.
Do You Know How Trampolines Were Invented ?Written by Paul Johnson
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Nissen refined his athletic skills at university, and after he earned a degree, he and two other gymnasts formed Three Leonardos, a tumbling and balancing act that did small town tours. While in Mexico, they swam at Y where they learned that diving board was called "el trampolin". Nissen anglicized word to trampoline and patented it for his new invention.
While their performances did result in orders, by time WWII broke out, Nissen had bought his partners shares in company. Then he went on to promote device himself, selling around 100 to military sources for training pilots and parachutists.
Drumming up business in post-war years was hard work, but as before, performance was key, and publicity didn't hurt. A chance photograph that Nissen had taken of himself and a kangaroo in mid-jump on same trampoline, became as famous around world, as his invention would become in next few years.
Paul Johnson works as a software developer, often working long hours under great stress. He considers exercise crucial to his health. When purchasing his own fintess equipment he researched all available products. Now he's written a series of useful articles on choosing (and using) exercise equipment.