Training The Injured Athlete
Most coaches’ approach to managing injured athletes actually does more harm than good.
The athlete has been part of a team for their entire football career…and now they’re being sent to train on their own, work with the athletic trainer or just stand to the side.
That is the WORST thing for them.
They need a role. They need to feel like they’re part of the team and use that to motivate them to come back stronger than ever.
So how you you do we implement this with your athletes?
It starts with this: There should never be a time when the athlete doesn’t train.
Even if it’s leg day and the athlete has an ACL injury…they still train.
But it must be coached and executed properly.
And situations like that are just some of the things you’ll learn how to approach step-by-step and coach successfully in Training the Injured Athlete.
In Training the Injured Athlete You Will Learn:
- How to train your injured athletes.
- How to give them the mindset they need as they are stepping back into the program while navigating these new challenges.
- How to give them a role in the program that will make them better, stronger and more likely to succeed than ever before.