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David started his wrestling career at Kenwood Academy coached by Kevin being the tournament director for the Wrestling Fest at Navy Pier for 5 years. This was a long-time vision for Dave and has been successfully operating since The third annual “Under The Lights” outdoor freestyle wrestling tournament, country and globe gathered atop Seaport District NYC's newly opened Pier 17 to . PST by Elias Medina (0 Comments). Id like to recognize our wrestlers that competed at the Winter Fiesta in Glen Ellyn, we had 26 wrestlers.
While at Tech, Hall earned nine varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball. He was the starting quarterback, point guard, and pitcher all three years.
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He earned All-City honors his junior and senior years in basketball and baseball. He lettered all four years in football, basketball, and baseball and earned the Westmar College Athlete of the Year award.
He graduated from Westmar in with a teaching and coaching degree. After completing his service in the U. Army, Hal started his teaching and coaching career in Lohrville, Iowa.
After five years, he accepted a teaching and coaching position at Rock Falls High School in Rock Falls, Illinois, where he taught physical education and coached basketball. InMcCaw and his family moved to Omaha, where he taught physical education and served as the head coach of boys basketball.
Hal has been married to wife Edith for 59 years. They have three children: Maureen, Dan, and Tim. He credits most of his competitive nature to those years playing from sunrise to sunset on neighborhood fields. Inhis family moved out to west Omaha, where he attended Burke High School.
He played football and baseball while at Burke. He was recognized as the Athlete of the Year in After high school, Wurth accepted a football scholarship to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he broke the freshman team rushing record.
Over the next three years, he earned varsity letters while playing I-back and fullback for UNL. He also served as a punt and kick-off returner and received an Academic All-Big 8 Conference award his senior year with a 3.
They had quadruplets his senior year of college. After college, Tim began a career in commercial real estate that continues today.
He has been involved in several successful ventures in the Omaha and Lincoln markets. Today, he is focused on the development of Senior Housing Projects in small towns. He played football at Central High School, where he broke records set 23 years earlier by Gale Sayers. Jones ran for a high school single-game career record of yards against state champion Creighton Prep and yards against runner-up Omaha Gross.
Keith finished fourth all-time at Nebraska in touchdowns 31 and eighth in scoring points. He ended his college career at Nebraska as the third- leading rusher in school history.
Keith worked in auto finance and mortgage finance for about 15 years after college. Now, he is a stay-at-home father who also manages rental properties around the city of Omaha. He is married to wife Jeanne Jones; the couple has twin 5-year-old girls, who just started school.
Keith also has two sons — a year-old and a year-old. Their family gives to charitable organizations like the United Way, St. Murtaugh went on to play football for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he was co-captain of the National Championship team. Murtaugh set a Nebraska record for most career tackles — a record that stood until Murtaugh was a defensive force for the Huskers, who led the Big Eight Conference in both rushing defense and scoring defense.
As a senior, Jerry was recognized and ranked as one of the top linebackers at UNL. Jerry was named Big Eight Player of the Year. He then spent 32 years working for Union Pacific Railroad. He also served as the host of the Legends Radio Show in Omaha.
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After spending some time in the Navy he continued to work as a physical therapist for soldiers returning home from the war. He married wife Betty and moved to Santa Monica. He, along with others, are responsible for the creation of Muscle Beach, now located in Venice, California, but was originally in Santa Monica just south of the pier.
This was in large part due to the efforts of Harold Zinkin. He was one of the many beach bodybuilders who performed acts of strength to crowds of as many 10, Joined by circus performers, gymnasts and old college wrestlers, feats like bench pressing members of the crowd, or 3 and 4 man pyramids were performed daily. Each man played a major role in shaping the sport of body sculpting and fitness. Jack Lalane may be the most well known body builder of the time.
He was the star of the longest running exercise T. He wrote books, made appearances, and was known for swimming from Alcatraz to San Francisco. Harold Zinkin had a great career in fitness as well.
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He was unlike many of the body builders that are participating today. He not only was big and muscular, he was also very strong. He won the U. Weight Lifting Nationals, the first Mr. California bodybuilding competition, and runner-up for Mr. Most bodybuilders would never come close to winning a lifting competition and vice versa, but Harold was the total package. He was both strong and defined.
With interest in fitness and weight training growing, body builders recognized a universal problem. The popularity of the sport was ahead of the technology of the time.
Everyone who enjoyed weight lifting had to always have a partner there to properly spot them.
At the time the only resistance training available was free weights. Due to people not knowing how to properly spot, many injuries accrued during the early stages of body building. This situation created a need that would be filled by Harold Zinkin.
He invented the Universal Lifting Machine. Harold Zinkin was the brain behind the first weight resistance machine ever, a machine that allowed people to lift weights without a spotter. Using stacks of plates and a pin, a person would be able to work all groups of muscles.
The user would use a pin to select the number of plates they would lift or pull with a wire and a bar simulating traditional dumbbells and free weights. This concept is the same one used in neighborhood gyms across the country.
Harold created the weighted pulley system exploded the fitness movement into what it is today.