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Lawn Bowls Coaching

Lawn Bowls Coaching

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Published by woodstockwoody
Gives some insight into the game of Lawn Bowls
Gives some insight into the game of Lawn Bowls

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Published by: woodstockwoody on May 12, 2010
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Lawn Bowls Coaching
 By
Rob Judson
 
 
Foreword
Rob Judson is a lawn bowls coach who resides in Australia at Currumbin Waters. This southern suburb of Gold CoastCity is about an hour's drive south of Queensland state capital, Brisbane. Over the years he has been a radar technician,a RAAF pilot, and an accountant, in that order. He is now a retiree. He was regional coaching director for the GoldCoast - Tweed District Bowls Association 1994 to 1996, and was state coaching director for the Royal QueenslandBowls Association 1996 to 1998. He was a member of RQBA’s coaching unit from 1993 to 2002.He privately launched his web site titled ‘Lawn Bowls Coaching in Queensland’ in April 1997 while convalescing aftera stroke. With only a layman's knowledge of web page design, he maintains this site himself. It is a privately fundedventure that has no advertising and attracts no subsidy. Its content focuses on the art of coaching and does not set out toprovide news about current events in lawn bowling. About 60% of visitors to the site are Australians or NewZealanders.Many visitors have since asked Rob to publish the contents of his web site as a book. There is no shortage of new andsecond-hand books about lawn bowls. Many of them have barely recouped their production costs. Once a book istypeset, the process of obsolescence begins, whereas the internet allows continual updating of information, and there isa shortage of information about the art of lawn bowling on the internet. Therefore, Rob published his material as afreely downloadable e-book.The first edition of this book appeared in October 2000 as a compressed MS Word 2000 document. A revised editionemerged in February 2002. Information in the latest edition reflects many more revisions. It is now in portabledocument file (PDF) file format because the original MS Word document - even after compression - remainssignificantly larger, than this PDF version, which therefore requires less time for downloading. The PDF file containsall the information in the web site, except for internet-specific features and material contributed by other writers.Rob JudsonFebruary 2003
 
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Core Areas of Coaching............................................................................................................................................10
 
Principles of Training and Practice...........................................................................................................................11
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