5 Characteristics of Confident, Successful Student Athletes: Part 3
#3 If you want to be a confident, successful student-athlete, you must worker harder ON your sport than you do IN your sport
Confident and successful athletes know that they must work harder on their sport than they do IN their sport.
They know they must practice their skills just about every day of the week.
They know they must strength train, speed train, and power train at least 2-3 days per week.
They know they need to eat healthy, get quality sleep, and spend equal time recovering and stretching as they do playing their sport.
Training hard ON your sport, which is all the things you do off the field, will bring about a different level of confidence when you are playing IN your sport. Make sense?
Most athletes understand this, but they are not always willing to make the sacrifice needed to do it.
If you want to be more confident and successful, you will find a way to execute on those things above consistently. Which ones do you need to get working on?
Serving your athlete,
Coach Andrew and the PFP Team
P.S. Interested in helping your athlete Strengthen their Mindset? Check out our 7 Step Strengthen Your Mindset Formula.