One of the biggest mistakes I see athletes make is trying to jump too far ahead in their skill training. Often times they’ll see a move or workout (from a pro) and want to practice it.
The mistake is that, 90% of the time, they haven’t developed the skills that lead up to that move or workout and they get frustrated when they can’t do it the same way it was seen.
If you missed my LIVE training on a practice I call SKILL STACKING last Thursday. Here is what it is about and how it will help them:
1) Design their practice around where they are at RIGHT now, with their big aspiration in mind.
2) Focus on Fortifying a Weakness that might hold them back, but more than that ELEVATE a STRENGTH that separates them from other players.
3) How to create a streak, Development of a new Habit, so their practice becomes consistent.
Skill Stacking to help athletes develop more speed and better skills w/out getting frustrated and 🛑ing…
Posted by Gritton's Training System on Thursday, March 5, 2020
In case you missed last week’s training video – The Peak Performance Pyramid www.facebook.com/
It was all about how Body Language, Thoughts and their Words effect an athletes performance.
P.S. In case you haven’t heard, we are rolling out a 6 month basketball
training program designed to help with not only their speed, strength,
vertical and skill development but their CONFIDENCE. If you’d like more
information, Email Me to setup a strategy session.