It happens whether you win state, your league championship or never win a game… your season comes to an end.
It’s at that point self analysis needs to occur ( or parent/coach analysis ). Taking a hard look at how the season went from a personal stand point.
In my world that means, were you strong enough, fast enough, athletic enough, conditioned enough and did you stay injury free?
It’s with that information you can move forward. Parents and coaches are quick to want to get back to practice and sport specific skill development. I just wish that same importance could be placed on physical development.
Imagine if your child or player was 50% stronger, 50% faster and 50% more resilient to injury.
How different would they look in their sport? How different could your team look if every child made those kinds of changes in the off season? How much more success would that player experience?
The fact is in most cases with as little as two days per week 60 minutes each session substantial changes can be made.
If your child/player has goals or you have goals for them you really need to consider getting them some training in physical/athletic development specifically designed for youth athletes.
The difference you’ll see in them is in most cases shocking.
Jeff Miller, Owner/Head Performance Coach
Absolute Fitness & Sports Performance