Improve Performance with Player Homework
Because most coaches don’t assign “homework”� after practices, players may come to believe that attending and working hard at practices are all it takes to become a great player. At younger ages, this might be true, but as age increases so does the need for players to take an active interest in their own training and development.
Self-imposed homework tasks can include activities to improve skills, as well as activities to improve knowledge. Players should consider the following activities for their personal practice time:
There are many things players can do to improve themselves.
cannot rely on coaches to give them a precise roadmap for success.
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