Lou Holtz Videos on DVDLou Holtz is one of the most recognizable college Football coaches in history
and is most famous for leading the Notre Dame Fighting Irish during some of
their greatest seasons. Lou has also made a name for himself as a
motivational speaker and as a broadcaster for ESPN college football. There
is no one more inspirational and his folksy style is unmatched. Coach
Holtz has published four training films.
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Right II with Lou Holtz|
This best-selling program is the perfect vehicle to instill the spirit of
teamwork, commitment to excellence, strong loyalty to an organization, and
personal dedication to success. It will renew the pride and dedication of
everyone in your organization, from top executives to your newest employee.
Right with Lou Holtz|
Let the master of motivation, Lou Holtz, take you through the same motivational
concepts that he uses with the Notre Dame Football team and his staff of coaches
and employees. There is no one who knows motivation better! Lou was born into
the poverty of Eastern Ohio; a stuttering, weak small ki...
Brand new 2006 production! Lou Holtz is recognized as one of the premier
football coaches in NCAA history. During his extraordinary career, Lou inherited
six losing football program – all of which he transformed into winners. Lou’s
plan for success never failed to lead his teams to a bowl game...
If Enough People Care with Lou Holtz|
In this motivational program training video or dvd program, Olympic Champion
Mary Lou Retton introduces Lou Holtz who shares his three play-like-a-champion
rules: Do It Right, Do Your Best, and Care About Others.
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Right: The Plan and If Enough People Care.
|About Coach Lou Holtz:
Lou Holtz is one of the most success college Football coaches in
history. He is the only coach in the history of the college game
to take 6 different teams to a bowl game. He has 12 bowl victories
as a head coach ranking him number 5 all-time. He is most famous
for becoming the 27th head Football coach of Notre Dame leading them to
a National Championship in 1998.
Coach Holtz was born in 1937 in East Liverpool Ohio. He played
Linebacker for 2 seasons at Kent State University before an injury ended
his career. A self-described 98lb weakling, Lou used his tenacity
and work-ethic to earn a spot on a college Football team.
Outside of Football, Lou Holtz has worked as a College Football
analyst for CBS Sports and ESPN. He is also a well sought after
speaker and an author of three New York Times bestsellers.
Married to Beth Barcus of East Liverpool on July 22, 1961, Holtz and
his wife are the parents of four children and currently reside in