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SportsGist.Com Connecting Athletes With Experts

Posted by TSUE on July 17, 2008

SportsGist.com connects athletes with experts via our online community. Athletes will have access to expert guidance and information on sports specific training, strength and conditioning, nutrition and recruiting. The sports professionals at SportsGist.com will help athletes of all abilities achieve their goals both on and off the field.

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DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

Posted by TSUE on July 1, 2008

DTLR and NFL Players Host Free Football Camp July 12th, 2008

DTLR  along with Atlanta Falcons Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli  and Atlanta Native Daniel Wilcox  Baltimore Raven Host FREE Football Camp

 

NFL players and local retailer to host camp in partnership with former Atlanta-area high school coach Oscar Dillard  


Who:               
Professional football players, Ovie Mughelli, Chauncey Davis and Daniel Wilcox, along with local student-athletes between age 12 and rising seniors (entering their senior year of high school later this summer).

 What:              
Local urban retailer DTLR (Downtown Locker Room) has organized a FREE one-day football camp to meet the unique needs of Atlanta-area high school athletes who are preparing for college football. As part of DTLR’s ongoing community outreach in the Atlanta area, the retailer has gathered the unique talents and expertise of NFL players for this event.
Additionally, Oscar Dillard, a  prominent former high school football coach in the Atlanta area, will lend the services of the Oscar Dillard Football Academy to the camp.  The day’s activities will include a warm up, followed by agility drills, offensive fundamentals and defensive fundamentals broken down by position, seven-on-seven passing drills, an overview of the college recruiting process by a representative from The Athletic Group, and a question and answer session hosted by Davis, Mughelli and Wilcox.

When:            
Saturday, July 12, 2008 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 Where:           
Badgette Stadium
at the Hugh Conley Recreation Center
3636 College Street
College Park, GA 30337

 

How:               
Players can register online on DTLR.com website in the scrolling box at the top as well as on the “Promotions” page or by clicking on the “Click Here” link on the picture.

Chauncey Davis, Ovie Mughelli,and Daniel Wilcox will bring other players to assist with this event. Registration fees cover the following: Camp schedule will include: Football Position Drills, Recruiting Seminar for Parents & Student Athletes and Lunch.

ABOUT DTLR

Levtran Enterprises, Inc., is the parent company for DTLR and Downtown Locker Room, a 61-store chain of urban fashion stores in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois and Washington, D.C. Operating for more than 20 years, Levtran’s DTLR and Downtown Locker Room stores have become a trusted source for the hottest trends in urban apparel, footwear and music. Under the DTLR and Downtown Locker Room banner, Levtran participates in – and orchestrates – several community outreach initiatives and events supporting the neighborhoods and communities they serve. For more information on Levtran Enterprises, Inc., or DTLR/Downtown Locker Room, including store locations, current fashion trends, upcoming store events and community outreach initiatives, please visit www.dtlr.com. Ten of the 61 Downtown Locker Room/DTLR stores are located in the Atlanta area.


ABOUT TAG

TAGCastSports.comTM a subsidiary of The Athletic Group (TAG) is dedicated to the promotion of amateur athletics and the betterment of student athletes by providing innovative, computer-based solutions that will expose them to the largest possible audience during the college recruiting process.

 
 

 

 

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SportsGist.Com Correspondent Kim C talks with Kenny Smith (TNT) about NBA Draft Picks

Posted by TSUE on June 26, 2008

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Staying in Shape with Dance Fitness

Posted by TSUE on June 25, 2008

Who hasn’t been guilty of indulging in the occasional summer treat…ball park hotdogs, mom’s apple pie, ice cream cones that melt all over your hand or my biggest weakeness – Pillsbury sugar cookies! My lack of willpower has led to a couple of extra pounds and I am determined to take it off with my FAVORITE form of exercise, dance fitness classes. This is the perfect solution for those of you who hate the repetitiveness of running on a treadmill for 30 minutes or who are tired of your mom’s 1992 step aerobics classes! Dance fitness is just that – one hour classes of cardio intense dance choreography!

I first learned of these classes over the radio when I heard an ad for “Dance Trance,” a studio in Jacksonville that offered dance focused aerobics classes. I was especially drawn to the term “club style lighting” and tried my first class roughly two years ago! Of all the dance and aerobics classes I have taken in my life, I have to admit that I have never enjoyed a workout so much. The lights were dimmed, the illuminated disco balls came on, the temperature in the studio was increased and then the music started pumping. A host of very talented dance instructors lined up across the front and the dancing began! Each song, from Usher to Beyonce to Seether, had its own choreographed dance and with very little instruction, the idea was to just catch on! It’s normal to stumble thru an eight-count at first but once you master the routine, it’s an amazing feeling and an even better workout. I started making the hour long journey out to the beach each week and was in the best shape of my life – it’s the perfect dancer’s workout! Soon after, I got certified to teach Zumba, the Latin inspired dance fitness craze, but quickly found myself busy with a new job and fell of the dance fitness train.

Well I’m back! After receiving an email from Dance Trance about their latest class, “Urban Ballet” that starts next month, I’ve decided to reboard the fitness train and get back to my dancing roots! (If nothing else, my mother will be delighted that I’m in my toe shoes again.) Urban ballet is apparently the “funked” up version of traditional ballet that incorporates Top 40 music with choreography, stretching and strengthening exercises. This is exactly what I need to jump start my dancing again! If you’ve seen one of my favorite movies Center Stage, I’m sure you remember the scene where a host of dancers all come together in perfect choreographed sequence to split leap across the floor to the song “Higher Ground.” Stay tuned to see if I become a prima ballerina or if the Pillsbury Dough Boy becomes my late night dance partner!

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SportsGist.Com- Inner Dialogue Commerical

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

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SportsGist.Com Connecting Athletes With Experts

Posted by TSUE on June 19, 2008

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SportsGist.Com Banned Commercial Contest

Posted by TSUE on May 15, 2008

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CONTEST

Dear Friends,

SportsGist.Com recently made two commercials that were banned from a major networks airway. We played on the steroids scene, but throw our own athletes, coaches, and reporters into it. Do they have a legitimate reason? We are looking to get your COMMENTS on these controversial commercials.

 

Enter the  Banned Commercial Contestat SportsGist.Com now by creating a username/password, clicking on videos, and leaving your comment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Takeo Spikes “The Hit Man” Talks With Former NFL Player Gus Ornstein @ SportsGist2.Com

Posted by TSUE on April 24, 2008

Takeo Also speaks with Associate Editor of Black Noir,ToyBox and Rap It Up Magazine TonyaSue Carther. 

 

 

To hear what Takeo Spikes had to say check out www.sportsgist2.com

For more information on Takeo Spikes contact: Steve Manning Associates

 

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Check out SportsGist.Com’S “Gus Ornstein” Tonight @ 11PM on “MSG” The LAX Report

Posted by TSUE on April 22, 2008

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Gus Ornstein

 

 Tonight @11PM on “MSG”

 

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us Ornstein began his football career as an All – State quarterback at Fieldston High School in the Bronx, NY where he was also named Offensive Player of the Year for the East Coast by the highly acclaimed recruiting analyst from ESPN and Prep Football Report Magazine, Tom Lemming. Lemming also named Gus to his All-American team following his senior year. Gus was recruited by more than 50 Division I schools and ultimately chose to play his college football at the University of Notre Dame. Despite being promised to be red-shirted, Gus appeared in one game as a true freshman throwing a touchdown pass vs. Navy. After his freshman year at Notre Dame, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper was quoted as saying, “whenever Gus Ornstein chooses to come out of college he will be the first player selected in the NFL draft.” Due to the fact that he had lost his red-shirt year, Gus transferred to Michigan State University where he earned academic all Big Ten honors two years in a row. Gus, who had been previously drafted by the Seattle Mariners, Kansas City Royals and San Diego Padres (who traded him to the New York Yankees) left college football to pursue a professional baseball career. After a year of playing minor league baseball with the Yankees, Gus realized that his true passion was football and enrolled at Rowan University where he led the Profs to the Division III National Championship game. Gus ultimately returned to Michigan State and despite playing Division I football and baseball, graduated Suma Cum Laude in 1999.

Gus began his professional career with the St. Louis Rams. He later played for the Indianapolis Colts and the Miami Dolphins. He was next signed by the Kansas City Chiefs who allocated him to NFL Europe where he played for the Scottish Claymores. In 2002, the NY Jets signed him. Gus has also played in the Canadian Football League for the BC Lions and the Calgary Stampeders as well as in the Arena Football League.

Throughout Gus’ professional football career, he has had the rare opportunity to develop personal relationships with the best quarterbacks and quarterback coaching minds that exist today, including Peyton Manning, Phil Simms, Trent Green, Kurt Warner, Mike Martz, Jim Fassel, Al Saunders, Mike Shula, John Jenkins, Roger Staubach and Jerry Rhome. Realizing not everyone has access to these high profile athletes and coaches, Gus founded GO QB to provide quarterbacks of all ages and skill levels with the opportunity to learn techniques from a man who acquired his from the best the game has to offer. In addition to GO QB, Gus is the Director of the Parisi Speed School in Closter, NJ and is also the head football coach at his alma mater, Fieldston high School in the Bronx, NY.

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