The Laws of Performance
- The difference between good and great is flawless execution and ongoing endurance. Do it right, and then do it again and again and again.
- Training should model the playing conditions and situations. It is the coach’s job to encourage the athlete to stretch the limits of their mental and physical ability.
- Every program has a D.I. Factor: a measure of discipline and intensity. This is not the same as activity measured in time, reps or sets.
- Success should be measurable, tangible and easy to see. Improvement must be continuous. Today’s challenge should become easier in order to move on to more complex mental and physical tasks.