But don’t forget…. I want to hear what you have to say.
Be sure to leave your comments…..
1) Read, Listen and Watch
Listen to CD’s and audio’s.
Watch great athlete development Coaches do what they do best.
But here’s the key (and it’s something I very seldom hear anyone else mention)…
Don’t just learn from the stuff or professionals you agree with.
We all like to be validated and stay in a relative comfort zone in terms of our knowledge
base, but this industry is chalk full of professionals who cast negative opinions about certain
training methodologies without truly understanding them.
Spend 75% of your time on learning from resources you enjoy and agree with. 15% of
your time on resources you COMPLETELY disagree with and the remaining 10% on
resources you have never heard of and are not at all familiar with.
A well-rounded education is predicated on knowing parts of it all.