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#1 jim Waite

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Posted 29 April 2006 - 01:01 PM

From: "waitej24" <waitej24@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:10 pm
Subject: Bill Self approved High Low Motion Manual waitej24@hotmail.com
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Coaches I know there have been numerous questions about the High Low
Manual that I have recently produced. Thanks to all my coaching friends,the word is slowly trickling out about the
book. For any coaches who might be interested in an offense that is
tough to deal with against man 2 man and that can be used with even
average to below average post players, you might want to take a look
at this manual. Our 3 post players this year were 2 soccer kids and
our football quarterback. Each kid shot over 50% from the field and
we averaged over 30 points per game in the post using the simple
techniques described in the manual. Our 2 soccer kids were never
considered good players before this season and both of them ended up
making our all region team. The offense is also solid for perimeter
guys who use screens and especially for "slashers" who may have
limited outside shooting ability. I love the offense and believe in
it because I think it can for the most part make every kid on your
team a threat to score. We have had great success with the offense
and went 18-6 this year with a team that all the coaches in our
league felt was "very limited". The manual has been approved by
Coach Self and his entire staff at Kansas including Danny Manning
and their written comments are included in the manual for your
review. I spent a great amount of time and money on travel expenses
learning the offense directly from Coach Self and his staff always
looking for new ideas that might help my kids to succeed. If
interested, please contact me at waitej24@hotmail.com.... The cost of
the manual is 25 dollars but that does include your shipping. Best
of luck and "good hunting" to all coaches in this off season as we
search for new ideas to help our programs. If you have any further
questions, do not hesitate to contact me........Jim

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