Truth vs Lies of Youth Sports Training…


Youth Sports Training Protocols.

I couldn’t agree with Dave Gleason more than I do…


Watch this and tell me what you think:




Skill versus Performance when it comes to youth sports training

Do You Know the Difference?


‘Why’ Is What You Need to Know:


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5 Responses

  1. AndersFægri says:

    Un-organisted activity is very important for kids.Kids need places where they can play and have fun. Most research show that to reach the top-level in most sports, you need to have had about 10000 training-hours behind you. So skill-practice in different ways is important, in organisated and un-organisated ways. The kids learn useful activities in the organisated training, and have lots of training-hours in their un-organisated play with friends.

    Thank you for intereesting videos.

  2. Sean says:

    I’ll say it for you Dave,”olympic lifting for TIME, is ridiciulous and incredibly dangerous.”

  3. Vicki Nye says:

    Truthfully I feel this gentleman rambles way to much. His point is continuously missed by his over talking.

  4. Anon says:

    He is skirting around the question of how he would optimally develop a kid who really looks like he is heading towards one sport. If he had a kid who eats and dreams baseball,say, would he optimally having him do baseball 50% of the time, 40% of the time, tell us what you really think would be best.

    Its good that you guys are tackling the 10k hours thing head on. Every sports parent in America is quoting that rule now, so you guys need to address it.

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