"You cannot keep a committed person from success. Place stumbling blocks in his way, and he takes them for stepping-stones, and on them he will climb to greatness. Take away his money, and he makes spurs of his poverty to urge him on. The person who succeeds has a program; he fixes his course and adheres to it, he lays his plans and executes them; he goes straight to his goal. He is not pushed this side and that every time a difficulty is thrust in his way. If he can't get over it, he goes through it." -George Gilder
Champions make 'do or die' commitments. Champions are defined by their commitments. A commitment requires discipline and determination.
Are your habits, actions, and behaviors congruent with your commitments?
Video of the Day:
- Have fun with the ball for 5-10 minutes before starting
- 2 Mile Run (Continue to pick up the pace each day. This should be becoming more of a run and less of a jog.)
- Dynamic Warm Up
- 2000 Touches - 1000 Right, 1000 Left (dribble & juggle, practice turning with all surfaces of your feet, build your confidence on the ball, keep the ball close to your body, maintain control of the ball)
- 300 Core, 200 Lower-Body - Any combination exercises adding up to 300 ab reps and 200 lower-body reps. Intervals of 25 per exercise work great. For an array of body-weight exercises completely excluding weights via BodyWeightTorch.com, click here.
- Have fun with the ball for 5-10 minutes before cooling down
- Cool Down & Static Stretching (Take this seriously! This is the first step in your recovery process and preparation for the next training session.)
Take Sunday off! Rest up and stay off your feet as much as possible. Rest days allow your body to recover and for the muscles you are tearing to heal and grow.
This is just your individual training for the day. This is meant to supplement your existing training schedule and team training. If you are not currently training daily with a team, you should be looking for pick-up games or a group of talented, determined, and disciplined players that you can train with.
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