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March 2004

March 2004


Motivating Athletes in Your Strength Program

Director of Footbal Strength & Conditioning, Ohio State
© March 2004

Ask any strength and conditioning coach to name their primary objective, and almost all will say motivation. In my experience as a strength and conditioning coach, the true foundation for optimal strength and conditioning is effort. And the major factor contributing to effort is motivation. Effort is the key to attaining the goals and objectives you have set as a coach for your program. In order for a coach to motivate any athlete they must develop relationships, trust and coach-athlete trust. A strength coach is like a used car salesman, trying to convince the athlete that the vehicle you have to sell them is the best buy for their money. You let them kick the tires, but they are never allowed ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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