It's time to stop spending all your money on your athletes sport specific training. If that's the only place you spend it, you are missing a huge piece of the puzzle for their development.
My name is Jeremy Gritton. And for the last 13 years, I've been helping parents see a greater return on their investment both financially and time to help their athletes achieve their goals.
I get it. I'm a parent myself. And I know how much time and money you invest in their travel sports, their specific coaches that help them. What I'd like to share with you today are three reasons why the right strength training program will give you a greater return on investment will prevent your athlete from getting hurt, and will also help them achieve their goals.
I want to tell you a quick story. So I was after my freshman year in high school, I was the same height, I am now six feet tall. I was 135 pounds soaking wet. So I needed to get stronger. I started a strength training program and trained hard for 9 weeks that summer. I probably put on three or four pounds of muscle. But when I went back to my high school team, I was a different player, I played with more confidence, which enabled me to be a far greater player than I ever thought possible.
It goes to show you that the right strength program will absolutely give you a greater return on your investment but also help your athlete be a better player.
We want to teach them that it’s an important part be their sports career, but can also be fun. Their sports career will probably last into their early 20s or if they're elite, maybe into their 30s. So if we can help develop a foundation that shows them the importance of fitness and exercise, both physically and mentally, that to me as a parent is a far greater return on my time and my finances than anything I can think of.
I believe that this one might be the most important.
What happens as an athlete gets older, and they start to focus on one sport more and more. They're repeating the same movement patterns over and over. So they start to create imbalances in their body. And that is going to lead to injuries.
For example, soccer players are very quad dominant, the front of their legs are extremely strong and developed because of all the running, planting their foot on the ground to kick and change directions quickly. They typically are weak in their hamstrings and glutes. And that leads to the majority of injuries with knees for soccer players.
Yes, we want to develop the muscles that they need for their sport to help them get faster, stronger, more explosive. But we have to spend just as much if not more time, developing those other muscles so that we can help prevent injuries.
There you have it, three ways the right strength training program will give you a greater return on your investment, but also help protect your athlete and help them reach their goals.
So if you're a parent and you are looking for guidance, and you realize now, how important strength training is, I'd like to offer you a free strategy session with me where we can talk about your athletes goals and how our system can help them just like it's helped the hundreds of athletes that we've run through the program.
So make sure you claim that strategy session because every day that you are not taking action on this, you are missing a huge piece of the puzzle for their development and you're not getting near the return on your investment.
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