Lets start with Aleeyah Loren's really good quotes for volleyball players who've missed a serve at game point.
What does discipline look like when you say YOUR SPORT is your priority?
Damian Lillard once again delivers some really good quotes especially for volleyball seniors preparing to go to the next level and play in college.
You can’t say “oh my sport is my priority” and continue to ignore doing what it takes to be a full-time goal oriented contributing member to your sports team.
Some things that don’t contribute to you maintaining a “ready to compete at the next level ” healthy body will have to be sacrificed in order to prioritize your athletic goals.
No you cannot “do it all” because something will break down and more times than not.. “that something” is what you need in order to compete and keep your position on the starting team.
Others who’re willing to prioritize doing what’s needed to “be ready” especially on teams with big rosters and lots of players ready to rumble and itching for a chance to show coach what they can do WILL get the playing time. Best believe. #areyouready
Repost from @frmlazro
How do you separate yourself? With your willingness to still GET UP AND GO! 💪 #TheFormula
Summer Homework for #volleyballplayers
What if you could enjoy your off season and feel prepared for Fall without tearing yourself down?
Here are 6 ways
1) Get 8 hrs of sleep. Start with small increments of change. Eg. Go to bed 15min earlier.
2)Do the off season work. Schedule it in your calendar and schedule in activities that fill your cup. Find the balance.
3)Notice what you are saying to yourself. Are you building your confidence or tearing it down? Change your narrative.
4)Choose friends that help you grow. The people you surround yourself with influence your life and your habits.
5)What advice would your future successful self tell you today? Write it down, practice repeating it daily as your new mantra.
6)Your thoughts create your feelings which lead to your actions or inactions creating your results.
You have impact.
Start prepping now for next season in your sport and life.
1:1 confidence coaching for athletes is now open. Be ready mentally and physically for Fall. Dm me to start the internal work now. You are worth the investment and time you’ll save yourself.
My thoughts on Alex Jean's quotes about body image and self acceptance the first year as a student athlete in college.
Your senior summer before you go to your first year of college as a student athlete… is not the time to have senioritis and to party … you need that summer to prepare yourself
for the increased
👉🏾training workload, 👉🏾time management responsibilities for classes and volleyball
👉🏾competition for playing time,
that everyone faces, male and female when you get to college.
That’s what “next level” means. There’s more to do, there’s more to get ready for, there’s more you need to be able to handle.
If you’re not prepared to do those things during the summer then you’ll be playing catch up for the first 2-3 months of your freshman year.
I post players advising players, warning players, letting players know about what they did or did not do to prepare for a better first year (and succeeding years) experience so if what your parents or your coach is saying is not resonating with you about the need
your high school senior summer … maybe hearing the message from other student-athletes like yourself will help convince you, that there is no shortcut and that it’s better to be ready early than to get ready late.
(Ooh that last part was good 👍🏾 I have to remember that one😂😂)
Check out @brycewilsonw 👍🏾👍🏾interview with @alexjeannnn
D1 Volleyball Player @alexjeannnn on dealing with body dysmorphia
‼️Full podcast link in bio
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I share alot of individual, partner and easy-to-do volleyball serving drills we do in class with my followers.
Many of these volleyball practice drills you can do at home by yourself or try at your next practice with your teammates.
If you're a B team or JV player trying to make varsity next year...your goal should be to complete 1000 reps a day of at least three of the basic skills on your own...volleyball passing, serving and setting should be at the top of the list.
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