spatial knowledge/awareness

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by TomIron361, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. TomIron361

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    What you see here is the basis of most sports. It's known as spatial awareness. Without it, an athlete has little to no chance of being proficient, except of course for running. But what you talk about on this sight has much to do with what you see in these children Look closely and stop the video every so often to observe the children's bodies as they play. Look at their arms and legs and how they're being used, how the boys ran, threw and jumped, all naturally. Very interesting I think.

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  2. TomIron361

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    There isn't a black man on the planet who could do what this White man did.

    How Colin O'Brady walked across Antarctica without any help at all ...


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  3. Extra Point

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    Wow. This is a tremendous feat! Antarctica is a very harsh environment.
     
  4. TomIron361

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    I'll put this on here because it has a connection to spatial awareness. Here's my question, does anyone know why (the real reason) female Capt. Zoe Kotnik was relieved of command of the air show Viper squadron after only two weeks? Of course, the Air Force is playing their cards close to the vest about this.
     
  5. Extra Point

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    My guess is we've heard all we're going to hear about why she was dismissed.

    Women can't handle certain jobs as well as men. The Air Force isn't going to come out publicly and say she couldn't and that she was an Affirmative Action promotion. It would result in massive criticism from the liberals.
     
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    Absolutely!! There are quite a few jobs that women have NO business doing. These include “leadership” positions over men (CEO, mayor, Governor, etc.), combat soldiers, pilots, law enforcement (patrol, SWAT, etc.), coal mining, steel worker, lumberjack, etc. I thoroughly believe the truth of God’s Word in that women are intended to be homemakers & not in the workplace! Now then, I know that’s not 100% achievable in this jaded, wicked age (single moms, etc). That is exactly why this evil world wants to tear down marriage & the rightful roles of men & women...because they hate God & His Word!
     
  7. wile

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    The oldest trope in literature is the scorned woman burning it all down, so yeah I can easily imagine that in her female mind that some slight from another pilot or an assumed slight then she would practically take the flight with her right into the ground, just because. And for her to get sidetracked so far down the hole what she did must have been epic.
     

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