Own your positions.
We want our athletes to really feel each and every position that they’re hitting. Sometimes this means slowing down. We call this practicing. It’s the part of training that allows us to learn and become better. Then when it’s time to throw down or compete, we can rely on the skill set that we’ve built. This is an important, but often overlooked component to the development of an athlete. We’re attempting to lay down a skill set that our athletes can trust when it counts.
There will be plenty of times that life will test us outside of the gym as well. We want you to be ready. We want to put you in a position to react without thinking.
The better your training is the better everything else will be.