Athleticism Can Be Learned!

Available on March 31, 2016. Pre-order today for special discount!

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Here’s a sneak peek at the athletic training blueprint you’ve been looking for…

As you well know, athleticism is the ultimate difference maker when it comes to success on the field or court. The athlete (or team) with the greatest coordination, speed, power, and with the ability to execute is going to have a huge advantage over their competition.

Here’s the great news… athleticism can be learned!

Developing graceful coordination, great technique, and explosive speed and agility as an athlete is simple if you have the right system. This book will give you access to what we consider the missing link that many coaches overlook while attempting to enhance their athletes’ performance.

 

Regardless of your sport or position, the teaching videos, drills and chapters of this multi-media book will teach you the ingredients of the athletic continuum.

If you want to excel in any sport the athletic continuum can become your guidepost and mentor. The better you understand it, the more you will want to use it. And the more you use it, the better athlete you will become!  

Each chapter is filled with lots of illustrations, photos and videos to teach the crucial ingredients of the Athletic Continuum.

 

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‘The Athletic Continuum’ video BOOK is coming November 26th 2015! It will be the “Ultimate Guide to Becoming a Great Athlete.”  This book is the first resource ever to actually teach anyone from scratch how to learn athletic ability. It contains dozens of videos, illustrations, drills and skills to developing dominant athletic ability! The multi-media book is built around the five skills below. 

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1. Coordination:  balance, disposition, harmony, symmetry, familiarization.

2. Technique:  skill, execution, capability, style, know-how, proficiency, craft.

3. Power:  capability, force, energy, competency, aptitude, effectiveness, vigor.

4. Speed:  agility, quickness, frequency, acceleration, velocity, momentum, pace.

5. Stamina:  endurance, energy, staying power, resistance, fortitude, resilience.

 

Athleticism is like a cake recipe. If you leave out an ingredient, it doesn’t taste how it should. The same is true for athletes. You may have natural speed, but if you lack the proper bio-mechanics and coordination you won’t reach anything close to your potential.

 

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Grab a copy of the book today and start learning the ingredients to becoming a dominant athlete! You can download it instantly and get a head start on your competition now. There is a 100% money back guarantee if for any reason ‘The Athletic Continuum’ doesn’t deliver what you expected. So there is zero risk! We believe it will be the best $29 investment you’ve ever made into your future as a coach or athlete.

 

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