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Worthington Soccer Coaching: 4-3-3 Analysis & Coaching, Session 4: Defending in your Final Third

Worthington Soccer Coaching: 4-3-3 Analysis & Coaching, Session 4: Defending in your Final Third | North Florida Women's Soccer | Scoop.it

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More Important Than Talent | Mental Toughness | Changing the Game Project

More Important Than Talent | Mental Toughness   | Changing the Game Project | North Florida Women's Soccer | Scoop.it

“Talent goes a long way in determining whether an athlete will make it at an elite level. But the factor that separates talented athletes from other talented athletes: the willingness to suffer and endure hardship.”


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Clare Labowitch's curator insight, November 23, 2013 11:30 PM

I really disagree with this. Work ethic and resilience need to accompany talent but a willingness to suffer seems too "old school" to me.

 

Craig Crossley's curator insight, November 24, 2013 4:53 AM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - SKILL ACQUISITION to SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

 

Some interesting debate in this article....see readers comments too for other perspectives...

Lynn Findlay's curator insight, November 25, 2013 5:11 AM

This goes for learning other skills, too.

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10 Things Mentally Strong CrossFitters Don't Do

10 Things Mentally Strong CrossFitters Don't Do | North Florida Women's Soccer | Scoop.it
A former colleague of mine shared an article this morning on Facebook that I found particularly interesting.

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Belkacem Nabout's curator insight, November 21, 2013 1:48 PM
Produits Universaliss Bank....Produits Universaliss Laboratory
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Attacking From the 2nd Line In the 4-2-3-1

Attacking From the 2nd Line In the 4-2-3-1 | North Florida Women's Soccer | Scoop.it
By Stevie Grieve, Author of Coaching the 4-2-3-1, Modern Soccer Tactics and Winning Soccer Tactics. In this exercise; the player in Red is the goal scorer from the 2nd line.

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