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Kids Coaching: Memories – Part 2




Kids Coaching is so Rewarding

Robert was a born leader.


Not the most gifted athlete in the world.


Not the strongest kid in the weight room.


And certainly not the fastest guy on the field.


But he was captain of the #2 ranked high school football team
in Illinois and a three year varsity starter for one reason….


He elevated the work ethic of his teammates.


And he did so without words.


Robert just flat-out worked hard.


Every play.


Every down.


Every moment in practice and games.


And when you’re around a guy like that, it’s hard not to look in the
mirror and want to work harder yourself.


I’ll go on record as saying that the two consecutive trips we made as
a team to the state quarterfinals were due in large part to Robert.


Four starting offensive players went on to Division One football
scholarships after there senior seasons.


Five more from the defensive side of the ball.


Truly, this team was talent personified.


But Robert, the undersized and under skilled offensive lineman was
the real cog and catalyst.


Now, you may be assuming that what I learned from him was something
to do within the realm of "leadership" or "work ethic".


But that’s not what Robert taught me.


What he did offer as a valuable lesson however, was the power of
knowing what NOT to say.


Team Captain.


Undeniable Leader.


"The Man" in the locker room and on the field.


And barely a word ever came out of him.


It’s the pat on the back he would give his running back for making a
great cut and springing a 40 yard run.


The look he would give another offensive lineman if he didn’t feel as
though their block was as aggressive or complete as it could have been
on the last play.



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We are facing some very difficult and scary economic times.


But your career doesn’t have to be effected at all if you plan wisely.


The youth market of the industry continues to surge with record-breaking
revenues being seen throughout the world.


I want you to quickly read IYCA Member, David Gleason’s story –


"From a pure financial perspective the IYCA has been an incredible catalyst
for my career. Supporting a wife and two kids with a single income (me)
these days is not an easy task no matter what the industry. With the economic
environment such as it is, my personal training business has taken a
substantial hit even though I work with in a fairly affluent area. With the
knowledge and insight I have gained from the YFS Level 1 certification,
IYCA continuing ed, and the IYCA members website – my business is
growing at a mind boggling pace.


To be completely transparent… I lost 9 sessions per week at $80 per
session. Simply, $2880 per month. Before I even had time to hit the
panic button I found out I passed my Level 1 exam and started my first
class for 6-9 year olds. I quickly surpassed that mark with just two
classes per week and I am now being requested for other age groups
and by organizations like the local PTO, Education Foundation, and
even pre-schools as well as moms and dads I have never met"



This is the kind of "beat the economy" story I see all the time
throughout Membership in the IYCA.