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Help for 'Weightlifting Builds Character' Paper


#1

Hey everyone.

I'm writing a research paper for world literature, on how weightlifting builds character, and enhances a person's values, like work ethic, teamwork, motivation, etc.

I could write this all on my own, however the catch is that I need specific sources. I'm having touble finding internet sources on this (I suck, I know, because this should be easy.) Can anyone help me out by providing me with some internet sources on this? Thanks a lot.


#2

Google Scholar.


#3

Under The Bar by Dave Tate

Ironmind: Stronger Minds Stronger Bodies by Randall Strossen

(these are books)


#4

Randall Strosen is the man. I have Super Squats.


#5

How’s that?


#6

http://www.gittlen.com/rollins.htm

Might be able to dig some quotes out of that, but in terms of an academic paper, might be tricky.


#7

Google scholar? Need heard of it, I hope it brings more results for me than the regular google search. Thanks.

Muscleshark -Under the Bar is a great book and is what sparked my idea for this paper. I’ll have to check out that other book should I have the oppurtunity. Thanks.

Hankey, thanks for that article man, I’ll be using that as my first Internet source. Shame it had to be a CrossFit story though haha

Psychoshonen, I only had time to read the first few paragraphs so far, but it’s beginning great. I hope of moves in the direction of weighttraining, because then that’d be huge help (well it already is, but you know what I mean haha)

Thanks a lot everyone! Keep them coming, I’m in the notecard stage for each source and it’s coming along beautifully.


#8

[quote]TheSolution wrote:
Hey everyone.

I’m writing a research paper for world literature, on how weightlifting builds character, and enhances a person’s values, like work ethic, teamwork, motivation, etc.

I could write this all on my own, however the catch is that I need specific sources. I’m having touble finding internet sources on this (I suck, I know, because this should be easy.) Can anyone help me out by providing me with some internet sources on this? Thanks a lot.[/quote]

I was going to suggest Under the Bar. Great book.


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#10

Hows it coming?


#11

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Norvell, Nancy, Belles, Dale. (1993). Psychological and physical benefits of circuit weight training in law enforcement personnel. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 61(3), 520. Retrieved May 8, 2009, from Research Library database. (Document ID: 2755360).

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