“SWEET! I wiped out! They should make pads for your butt!”
Five minutes into his first ride on his first skateboard and my son was bouncing up off the ground, getting his board out of the shrubbery, and jumping right back on. There were no tentative “baby steps”, no hesitation. It was full force, hop on and go enthusiasm. That brief moment contained the most important aspect of successful training.
What is the most important aspect of successful training? Today, I’m guest blogging over at Performance I Create. Read the rest of this post here .