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What can your young athlete learn from Tim Tebow or Jeremy Lin?

Building strength from the inside out

 

As a coach that has dealt with thousands of young athletes it intrigues me that both these athletes have strong religious backgrounds. Is there a connection with how both were so prepared when their numbers were called to perform on the field or court?

There are so many factors involved for an athlete to earn a scholarship to college and that much more to become a Professional Athlete! The road to success is a delicate balance between genetics, living environment, work ethic and mental preparation.

Over time, I come to see that Work Ethic and Mental Preparation are huge difference makers! 

Now, this is not a referendum on Religion but more on having a Strong Moral Compass. The direction that our Youth receive on daily basis needs to be STRONGER. We as parents have a obligation to teach our children the virtues of hard work, respect for elders, education and a healthy lifestyle.

This speaks to building a STRONG FOUNDATION in order to Build Warriors. This person will be successful in athletics and more importantly LIFE.

Coach Ramon 

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Elaine August 15, 2012 at 10:32 AM
Tim Tebow is also Dyslexic and an inspiration for those with LDs. The NC Patch recently wrote an article on my new book unREAL Education: Beyond Report Cards. It is a true story about my son, his struggles and ultimate success dealing with dyslexia and the school system. (http://newcity.patch.com/articles/parent-writes-about-struggles-to-get-special-education-services) Reviews can also be seen on amazon.com and www.unrealeducation.com. www.facebook.com/unrealeducation
Will McAvoy August 17, 2012 at 02:22 AM
both are useless

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