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Put Your Soul Into It

  Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian in history and arguably the greatest athlete ever. Michael’s coach, Bob Bowman, has a philosophy that is rather simple: We do the things other people can’t or won’t,...

Are You Willing to Fail?

  As you seek to progress as an athlete you will be challenged. It might be endurance laps in the pool, conditioning on the football field, or cross country running on the road. If you’re...

Three BIG Reasons Why Core Strength is Important.

  Core strength is essential to the success of ALL athletes. It is a commonly overlooked part of training that may be the most important part of your program. Your core consists of the largest...

The Athletic Continuum

<<Grab a copy of the book here.>> What is The Athletic Continuum®? Think of the athletic continuum as a connection of skills that make up someone’s ‘Athletic Ability.’ While it’s true that some people...

10 Traits of Mentally Tough Athletes

  There is no doubt, mental toughness is one of the most important traits of an athlete. Another word to describe mental toughness is ‘GRIT.’  It’s the ability to work hard, to push yourself to your...

Win Forever

  What “Win Forever” means is to aspire to be the best you can be. Coach Carroll refers to it as, “maximizing your potential.” But Winning Forever is not about the final score; it’s about...

3 Rules to Becoming A Better Cyclist

  When it comes to performing your best on the bike, there are plenty of people willing to give advice. But what do the world’s best riders do? Let’s look at their top 3 suggestions… Ride with people...

The 7 Phases of the 100m Sprint

  The 100 meter sprint race is always a crowd favorite. It’s happens quickly and it’s over before you know it but there’s a lot of parts and pieces that all work together for...

7 Things Every Coach Would Want from Sports Parents

  Moms and dads all across America, so loving and rational at home, can transform into a raging animals at their child’s sports game. If you’re a sports parent, here are seven things that we (your kids, coaches, and...

The Size of Your Struggle

  Post-traumatic growth. It’s a beautiful idea. Psychologists call it adversarial growth or post-traumatic growth. “That which doesn’t kill me makes me stronger” is not a cliché but fact. “The struggle against an obstacle...