If you follow us on Instagram, you will have seen our Thursday series on cross training. Over the past 7 weeks we have been posting ideas and notes on different ways you can cross train in order to develop different skills and movement proficiencies to increase the performance level in your primary sport. Cross Training isRead More
Procrastination vs Time Management: 5 Tips to help Student Athletes balance responsibilities and expectations.
Lets be honest here, being a STUDENT-athlete is hard work. And one of the most difficult things for many athletes to learn are really good time management skills. As a student-athlete, you often need to fit twice as much into your day as a typical student. Here’s an example: Average Student’s typical day: Student-Athlete’s typicalRead More
Today on Instagram our topic of the day was Leadership. Good leaders never lay blame. It is never someone else’s responsibility that the team lost, or the result wasn’t good. Leaders are accountable. Leaders are also humble, and more likely to give credit to teammates than accept credit themselves. …Incidentally, these are excellent things toRead More
Tell me about your goals…..? Often, when I ask an athlete “have you written down your goals? What are they?” I get one of two immediate responses: 1. Well, sort of… My coach (teacher/parent) makes me write them down, and it’s sort of ‘x’ or on my last team my coach made us write them down andRead More
Choosing which University to go to is a big decision. I mean BIG BIG BIG decision! There are hundreds of options. Hundreds of cities. Stay close to home/move far away. Canada or the US. East Coast/West Coast. Mountains/Ocean. Big/Small. Business/Arts/Science?…student athlete or plain ol student? Am I really ready for this? AHHHH it’s overwhelming! TheRead More