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“A mistake becoming a habit is a mistake.” – Dan Gable   

It is a mistake to miss the opportunity to develop leaders in the training environment.  Strength and conditioning modalities provide a great platform to cultivate leadership attributes that can carry-over to the practice and competition settings.  Unfortunately, sports leaders are often developed by default as far as who can lift the most weight in the training room.  This is a mistake.  Take the time to emphasize leadership and communicate its value to work ethic, morality, and positive outcomes (in sports and life).  Who do your athletes look-up to?  Who do they model themselves after?  What leadership characteristics do these role models possess that can serve as a good example?

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