To get the blood pumping:
TOWEL CATCHES for Punt Returner.
In order to teach punt returners to catch a punt with tight elbows, roll up two towels and have them squeeze under their armpits.
— #TeamsTalk (@talk_teams) May 23, 2019
My advice for players & parents during the recruitment process.
3. Ask questions. Ask questions. This not only allows you to learn about the process, it shows coaches & others that you are truly engaged in learning about the process & the school. Below are just a few examples: pic.twitter.com/nxTaHLnIaU
— Coach William Payne 🧩 (@TweetsbyCoachP) May 23, 2019
Recruits…. if you think your high school coach is the reason you aren’t getting recruited… you’re wrong. Your HS coach has the obligation to College Coaches to be honest about your academics, work ethic, commitment, attitude, and leadership.
— Coach Jeff Barnes (@jeffbarnes52) May 21, 2019
Ohhh…Quote of the day material
Be grateful for today pic.twitter.com/1g07xVt0L3
— Eric Vendemia (@ewvendemia) May 23, 2019
Always check the water depth first. pic.twitter.com/K2rrJFHENl
— Darwin Award 🔞 (@AwardsDarwin) May 23, 2019
Pretty sweet new hire hype video from Juwan’s playing days
— Michigan Men's Basketball (@umichbball) May 22, 2019
“Perspective is everything”
If you're frustrated about not being where you want to be, look back and see how far you've come. Celebrate that progress and use it as fuel to keep going. Perspective is everything.
— Kevin DeShazo (@KevinDeShazo) May 23, 2019
Didn’t see the video heading that direction…
— Overtime (@overtime) May 22, 2019
Movement > everything else.
“Until you build movement patterns, it makes no sense to load/test strength. Adding strength to broken-down movement is not progress, it’s a problem, and it often leads to more problems”.
From @ZachDechant “Movement Over Maxes”.
— Luis B (@luis_training) May 23, 2019