The Laws of Performance

  1. The difference between good and great is flawless execution and ongoing endurance. Do it right, and then do it again and again and again.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.