Archive for March 2011

The Magic of the Jump Rope

March 21, 2011

FOR PARENTS OF YOUTH ATHLETES ::

Did you know that, even with today’s technology, the jump rope is still the best training device for developing athletic ability, especially for the young maturing athlete? Skipping rope just a few minutes a day can do wonder for foot speed, quickness, and coordination. Boxers have been using the jump rope for years to become swifter on their feet. Sometimes the simplest things in life have the greatest value.

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The Big Mistake

It’s not always the great plays that win the game as much as it is the big mistakes that cost a victory. If you can cut back on making crucial mistakes, if you can stop shooting yourself in the foot, it’s as good as adding a new weapon to your arsenal. The best way to cut back on your mistakes is to constantly visualize yourself doing things correctly. Practice preventing the big mistakes as much as you practice performing the great plays. Learn from your mistakes; learn not to make them.

Call of Duty…Call for help!!!

March 2, 2011

FOR PARENTS OF YOUTH ATHLETES::
Call of Duty…Call for help!!! This video game is holding our kids captive. They’re not meant to be still for sooo long. What will become of these virtual prisoners of war? Will parents enlist and “save the day,” or will they leave them to decay?

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L.O.S.E.R. (Lack Of Staying Emotionally Revved)

Winners stay charged up — they never let up the intensity until it’s over. From somewhere deep down comes the inner strength to keep them fired up until they have what they’re after. They just can’t seem to let go. They’re turned on the entire time they are competing. Winners keep the pedal to the medal — they stay emotionally revved.