Category Archives: Student-Athlete Training

Coach Nick discusses topics related to building up student-athletes mentally, physically, and spiritually

Top Podcaster Jenningwire Interview with Coach Nick

    http://www.jenningswire.com/success/motivation/podcast-student-athlete-catch-22/ Nick Savage is on a quest before he leaves the planet to Redefine Cool?! “I want to help kids and families maintain the mantra “It’s cool to be smart or just cool to be fill in the … Continue reading

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Loudoun Sports Notebook

Loudoun Sports Notebook.

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The Key Ingredient to Harness Athleticism – Part 2

As you saw in part 1 ending with that great dancing baby, the secret to athletic success — great Hips!!!! Yes quick feet are important. We also know speed kills, but at the end of the day whether you have … Continue reading

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SLAM dunking Grades – Ten Commandments to Better Time Management

1. Plan Your Work I know it sounds simple.  Ain’t it a shame most simple dreams are the hardest to get. Most folks mix up the word simple with easy. Let’s face it.   You know your test dates, practice times, … Continue reading

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To Pay or Not to Pay – Giving $$$ to College Student-athletes

Well okay before we get settled in for the 2011 season in the span of one summer we’ve seen Ohio state caught with their pants down or should I say shirt off (getting the tattoos done), the U (Miami) with … Continue reading

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When is Enough too Much? Student Overachievement

Now that school is coming to a close, I just had to let u know it aint  (I’m sorry it’s not – my wife-n-daughter will kill me if I don’t say it right) easy when u r the dumbest in … Continue reading

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