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Do you know that a healthy, athletic student life leads to a more productive and engaged adult life? The late Lowell Biddulph shared this belief in his lifetime.

Coach: A Story of Amateur SportsHis legacy was to impart to his students the importance of an active and physically rigorous young life to have a more fulfilling and accomplished professional life. In this book, author Howard Lowell Biddulph opens the book of life of the great sports coach Lowell Biddulph in the inspiring biography, COACH: A Story of Amateur Sports.

Find crucial answers as to the value of athletic participation in the lives of students that are beyond physical benefits. Discover how, through rigorous physical training, students can be better prepared for the demands and challenges of adult life and made more apt to apply themselves and attain higher levels of achievement. Learn from his doctoral dissertation how athletic participation benefits the student’s overall academic and social development and commitment. This book offers priceless insight into the personality and mind of a winning coach who rejected many of the methods of conventional coaches.

Howard Lowell Biddulph

Howard Lowell Biddulph attended Ricks College (1953-1955) and graduated with high honors in Political Science at Brigham Young University in 1959. He received a Masters Degree and Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1966, as well as a Certificate of the Russian and East European Institute at Indiana. He filled fulltime teaching appointments in Political Science at Rutgers University in New Jersey and University of Victoria in Canada, where he also served as Chairman of the Department of Political Science. He was also a visiting professor of politics at Brigham Young University in Provo, the Kyiv National Shevchenko University and several other universities in Ukraine, and the China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing. Howard Biddulph was the first President of the Ukraine Kyiv Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1991 until 1994.


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