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Our Oklahoma State Cowboys Weathervane is truly an impressive garden decor accent, and a perfect gift idea for all Oklahoma State University alumni, students and fans. Each of our collegiate sports weathervane designs are hand crafted using 14 gauge steel and laser cut in one piece, minimizing welding to provide a clean look with sharp detail. A special three step finishing process has been perfected to give these wonderful wind vanes an extremely durable, beautiful, and ultra-protective scratch and fade resistant finish: 1. Zinc Plating is applied on base metal for better adhesion, durability and rust prevention. 2. Copper Vein powder coat is baked on for a beautiful hammered copper look. 3. Clear Polyester powder coat is baked on to protect against UV rays and provide a durable, scratch resistant finish that also helps prevent fading. In addition to the extra durable finish, High Quality Sealed Ball Bearings allow the decorative windcups to spin freely in even the slightest breeze. You will absolutely love this team spirited Oklahoma State Cowboys wind vane garden accent! Our Steel Weathervanes look great when pole-mounted in the garden, but they are also perfectly suitable for mounting on any vertical post, attached to any horizontal surface like an outdoor deck railing, or roof-mounted on any home, garage, cottage, cabin, gazebo, cupola, barn or shed. For your convenience, this Oklahoma State Cowboys Weathervane comes complete with your choice of garden, post, deck, or rooftop mounting hardware. All our weathervane tops are 21W (arrow) and between 6 to 10 in height, depending on the design. All EZ Vane Weathervanes are proudly made in the USA and come with a one year warranty on the finish and a lifetime warranty on all workmanship. Assembles easily in minutes, provides years of endless enjoyment, and makes a great garden gift for that obsessed Oklahoma State Cowboys fan! Looking for even more Collegiate Weathervanes? Additional Info: Proud Oklahoma State Cowboys Weathervane, 21W (arrow). Durable, Scratch & Fade Resistant Finish Hammered copper look, super easy assembly. Uses high-quality sealed ball bearings. Wind cups spin in the slightest breeze. Directionals & your choice of mounting option included. Cheer on your favorite Cowboys with this great garden gift!
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with John Smith, Oklahoma State University Head Coach; 2012 NCAA Runner-Up; 2012 Big 12 Champs; 5x NCAA Champs; 14x Big 12 Champions; 2012 InterMat Coach of the Year; Coach Smith won 6 consecutive world titles John Smith knows what it takes to build champions. Now, Coach Smith provides unprecedented access to the Oklahoma State practice room during the first three practices of the 2011-12 wrestling season. You'll be able to follow Coach Smith and the Cowboy staff and see how he structures and organizes his workouts to optimize performance for competition. Included in this DVD package is instruction on: Hip Heist A key skill that is the foundation for many wrestling techniques. Standup Learn technical points and drills designed to get your wrestlers out from bottom. Switches & Rolls Smith emphasizes that 50% of reversals have the potential to end up putting your opponent on their back. Learn how the Cowboys put the competition on their back. Defending - Defend legs rides, claw ride & crab rides important techniques to keep your wrestlers out of danger. The Oklahoma State Drilling Philosophy Drilling should not be comfortable. Learn John Smith's approach to drilling and help your athletes sustain their intensity through drilling situations. Strength Training Watch the team go through a workout designed to build explosiveness which translates into wins on the mat. Day 1: Coach begins practice with a team meeting in which he explains the importance of getting mentally prepared for practice. Smith proceeds to teach the bottom position drills that the team will use on a regular basis to build technique and form the foundation for their wrestling season. The drills focus on specific situations and skill development. In this manner they warm-up with more technique than some teams include in an entire practice. All drills build wrestling specific movements and habits to score from the bottom position. The team proceeds with drilling from their feet. Before releasing the team, coach explains the aspects of what makes a good drill and why it drilling is important. Day 2: The team uses many of the Day 1 drills in their warm-up and coach reviews them as needed. They then proceed to warm-up drills from the neutral and top position. After the warm-up drills are finished the team works on scoring from their feet. Day 3: Day three features a workout in the OSU weight room as the team is led through a strength workout. Coach Smith and his staff share a plethora of techniques as they work with the wrestlers on takedowns. Later, the team has a workout on the mat in a smaller group setting. This allows the coaching staff to work on the individual needs of the team members. By watching Coach Smith and his assistants, you will learn how to provide feedback to wrestlers, how to target instruction to individuals, and how to match your coaching style to individual wrestlers. Developing positive habits and a strong state of mind is essential to building a quality wrestling program. The drills demonstrated in this video and John Smith's coaching style has been integral in building the OSU program into one that is always in contention for a championship. Now you can use these same drills and coaching techniques to create champions in your program! 223 minutes (3 DVDs). 2012. All Access videos are designed to allow viewers from all over the world to see how successful coaches run their practices in a live practice setting. All Access videos allow viewers to see the practices un-edited and in real-time. You will see how top coaches run their drills, interact with their team and staff, how they motivate their team, the cue words they use, the atmosphere of the practice and how practices are structured from day to day. Many coaches visit successful colleges and high schools to watch practice. But if you live out of state or out of the country, visiting another coach's practice can be costly. That's
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Championship Productions