Mr. Platehead

If your only look at the world through the hole in an Olympic weight plate, you will lose peripheral vision. Continually looking at movement from one point of view becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. Look at the big picture, look at relationships and connections. How can these be enhanced and fostered. If there is a problem, where is the breakdown occurring? Approach each training problem with a beginners mind, have no preconceived notions. Think and look global, see movement with different eyes. Be willing to take a risk. Try a new path. There is a big difference between a routine and a rut. Are you in a rut with your training programs? Remember a tool in one persons hands can be a weapon in another’s.


At 8/16/07, 6:55 AM, Blogger promoteyourblogforfree said...

nice blog

At 8/20/07, 1:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vern, Most good coaches would never look at things with a fixed mind. But its all about the stage of development of the athlete and good coaches do care about their wards.


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