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- I have access to court space and a small weight room (3 racks/2 benches/2 sets of dumbbells up to 50 lbs/3 trap bars).
- There are obvious differences between the groups in terms of size/maturity/ability/effort/focus and this will affect my planning.
- I work with the groups after practice at 5 and 6 pm. The girls get to school at 7 am. Practice for 3 hours. Then work with me. They are tired. They have homework. They have social lives. And quite frankly, most 14 year old girls don’t give a shit about physical preparation.
- Because this is my 3rd year out there, the foundation has been laid with the varsity girls, and that ship is sailing smoothly.
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The plan for the varsity girls is a little more detailed, but not much, we don’t need to do anything super fancy. However, this is the third year for some of them, they are proficient at the lifts, the effort is better, the focus is better, and the group size is smaller.
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2. I love to read. I am fortunate in that, reading is my leisure activity of choice. I make reading a priority in my day, which, over the course of a decade, adds up to a lot of pages. And I mean I read everything. Novels, history, science. It’s not all just training. However, there are some high quality books on the science of training out there. I will get a list up soon of some recommended reading.
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