An athlete’s triumph lies in more than just training inside the gym or following a routine.
After all, while many coaches take their clients and athletes follow specific training programs, not all of them achieve success on the field.
In that case, what separates good athletes from great ones?
What are the key factors that drive an athlete’s growth and development?
And how can coaches use those factors to ensure their athletes’ success?
In today’s episode, I share the four key ingredients necessary for ensuring your clients and athletes achieve success in and out of the gym. I explain how humility and communication skills can create the right training environment for athletes.
I illustrate how commitment to the process can lead an athlete toward success. And I also share my experiences of training with NBA professionals such as Roy Hibbert, Glenn Robinson, and Kelan Martin to illustrate how they achieved success in their careers.
Great coaches not only have vision. They also have the unique ability to instill that vision into their clients and athletes. – Mike Robertson
This week on the Physical Preparation Podcast:
- How the right training environment can affect an athlete’s growth
- How a competitive training environment like Westside Barbell can foster progress towards success
- The keys to building the right training environment for athletes
- The importance of honesty, humility, and communication skills when training athletes
- How having a vision helped NBA player Roy Hibbert get better results
- Why coaches need to help athletes address and work through their weaknesses
- How committing to the process of improvement helped Glenn Robinson and Kelan Martin achieve success
- The power of committing to the process instead of the outcome
- The psychological impact of belief in success
- How coaches can instill their belief and vision into their clients
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