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alexis.lebedew

Great post Nick. I often make the point that time is the limiting factor - many things will improve you, but if you have limited time then you need to be as efficient as humanly possible. This post takes it another step.

I particularly like the mention of fun. Fundamentals and physical development aren't fun to coach (for most). I was once in a gym where a squad was doing physical training under the supervision of a junior coach. I asked the squad's head coach if they were doing the exercises as they were supposed to (in my opinion they were not). The coach said, "oh, no, but that's what they always do." I couldn't help but think the standards on physical conditioning were different to technical development, because they weren't as much fun.

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