Goals That Inspire
What are some of your goals for 2016? As a player or coach going into off-season I’d suggest that you create meaningful goals that are worth fighting for because life (and your opponents!) will constantly test your resolve and level of commitment. If your team goals, or individual ambitions don’t get your heart racing, blood […]
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If you want to be an exceptional athlete, then how should you be acting? How does an exceptional athlete behave and act… on and off the court or field? How does an exceptional athlete approach each practice and training session? How does an exceptional athlete treat his teammates and coaches? How does an exceptional athlete […]
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Staying Motivated When Your Team is Losing
Let’s face it, losing just stinks. But despite the sting, or embarrassment, or disappointment, there can be some bright spots if you know how to look for them. Here are five game-changing nuggets that can make a huge difference. Make your adversity your university. You expected this point didn’t you? So, my question to you […]
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Your Intangibles
Height, weight, speed, strength, and technical skills are highly sought-after physical elements as a coach looks for the ideal athlete for each position on the football team. Physical talent, however, doesn’t always translate to success on the field. The difference between being a mediocre athlete and being an exceptional one is the behavior, character, work […]
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My belief, as a football coach, is that you play how you prepare. Notice how I said “play how you prepare” and not “play how you practice.” Proper preparation is the key to playing great on game day because you will only practice well if you prepare properly. You can practice for hours and hours […]
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