Every performance coach has a unique background in terms of their education and experience, and as a result, has different preferences for how they design and coach their programs. Over the years I’ve worked with athletes that have found success (in terms of physical development) coming from a lot of different programs. The two key… Read more
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Stumbled upon this picture the other day of the “Commitment Continuum.” This was something Dr. Colleen Hacker shared with USA Hockey’s Women’s National Team, and serves as a powerful tool for all team sport athletes to self-evaluate their own commitment. The off-season is a time when players in all sports can completely re-invent themselves through… Read more
The picture below is a throwback to (2012?) USA Hockey Women’s National Team Camp in Blaine, MN. Great memories working with this group alongside @michael_boyle1959, @anthonydonskov, and @smcstrength. Yesterday I shared a quote from the @hph_podcast discussing how testing can be used to both drive and assess a groups commitment and culture. You can check… Read more
Great quote from my friend @dmcconnell29 in an interview he did with @fergus.connelly for the @teamsportmasterclass. The most successful people I know in the performance and rehab fields have continued to learn, grow, and evolve throughout their career. They recognize there’s always more to learn, have the curiosity to pursue new information, and the humility… Read more
The athletes that SUSTAIN success commit themselves to doing the little things right, consistently. They warm-up with intent before practice. They train regularly in-season. They hydrate, eat, and sleep with purpose, with a performance mindset. Often times, these acts are monotonous. They’re repeated on a daily basis for months in a row. The best athletes do them… Read more