Reaching Full Potential In The Weight Room Begins With Goal-Setting
© April, 2007
by Sam Nichols Offensive Coordinator, Holland Christian High School, Holland, Mich.
THERE ALWAYS ARE those players who donít reach their full potential. They could have been bigger, stronger, quicker and more dominant. But, for some reason, they just didnít push themselves to become the player they could have been. One way to combat the problem of malaise is to set goals for individual players and enable them to then reach those goals.
Reaching full potential starts in the weight room. Players first need to get past the sense of entitlement many of them have. Working for a starting position, playing time, respect or game victories all are things some players believe are their rights as an athlete instead of an accomplishment determined by hard work. In fact, this s ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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