David Benzel’s 5 Strategies for Athletic Success
With Bob Ronstadt’s comments in italics
That includes its history, its traditions, as well as technique and strategies.
Champions do. And you are a champion if you do too.
Recognizing errors is the first step toward experiencing “deep practice.” See the book, The Talent Code, to discover what “deep practice” means. Also, David Benzel extends this rule (don’t make excuses) to everyday behavior as well… e.g., don’t make excuses about being late to practice, losing your composure, passing the buck, etc. Own it. Improve.
In other words, don’t let the negative rule your athletic development or your life.
Enjoy the journey. Enjoy your life. And pass it forward.
To learn more about David Benzel, visit his website “Growing Champions For Live” at https://growingchampionsforlife.com/
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