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Why Mental Readiness Matters To Football Tempo

Last weeks blog posed several critical questions regarding the learning tempo and cadence of your team. The answers to these important questions can only be found in mental readiness. How many times a player bench presses 225 or how high a player jumps will not tell you how much of the route tree can be introduced in the spring. Mental readiness doesn't mean changing how you coach for every single individual on your team - it starts by understanding the current learning skills of your team, your offense, your defense and then implementing common developmental strategies across position groups. When you know the right pace and strategy to feed instructions and information to your team, it maximizes development and minimizes wasted time across every position. The end result sets up your team for success well before the first fall practice.

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