Working Hard to Inspire Hard Work in Sports Performance Training

When it comes to effective youth athletic training, leading-edge science and experienced coaches are necessary, but they’re not sufficient unless the culture of the environment promotes a positive attitude and inspire the athlete to hard work and dedication. One key feature of that culture is mutual respect. During sports performance training I expect a high work-rate from the athletes, and I feel responsible to give them a model of dedicated commitment in my own job. Continue reading “Working Hard to Inspire Hard Work in Sports Performance Training”