As we enter the next 50 years, we are in a golden age for training.
In a lot of ways, it’s a golden era because of the technology that we have today, which means we can train at a faster pace.
And the people who do the training, they’re the ones who can change the world.
But there’s a few things you need to keep in mind if you’re going to train at this pace.
One is that if you get a concussion, it could be pretty bad.
So, for the next 25 years, train at least every other day.
If you get injured or get hurt, it might be the last time you’re training.
If that happens, get to the doctor as soon as you can, get tested and see what you need.
Then get the concussion.
Then you can come back the next day, get your training back.
It’s just common sense.
But if you have a concussion and then get a little bit of another injury, then the next training session will be difficult.
That’s why we recommend the following: Train every day.
Train every other night.
Don’t do it on Sunday or the day after.
Get tested every other week.
You don’t want to do it the first time you train.
You can do it a few times a week, but make sure you’re on your best behavior.
And you can do a lot on the weekend, too.
I’ve got a couple of years left, and I don’t know if I want to have another concussion, but if I do, I’m going to have to do something to try to get back on the same training schedule as I used to.
You have to understand the risks and the rewards.
If I’m out there on a field training in a cold rain and snow, and there’s snow on the field, that’s a different situation than if I’m training on a snow field and it’s raining.
So there’s different challenges that come with that.
So train at the top of your game.
If it’s going to be in a high-speed sport, and you’ve got an elite level athlete, you have to have the skills, the speed, the strength, the coordination to get there.
The only way to get up to that level is to train every day and every other workout.
But when you’re out there in a game, it may not be that simple.
And we want to keep that in mind.
It seems to be a big part of the game these days.
You’ve got guys out there getting hit.
You’re seeing some injuries.
The guys that get hit are getting hurt.
So you’ve gotta be smart about that.
Train in the warmup area.
That way, if you start warming up, you can get up in the middle of the field and practice your technique.
Then when you get on the court, you’ll know if it’s safe to go up there and practice that.
But I know there are some players that are very aggressive.
And I think that’s part of what makes the game so exciting.
If they’re not going to get hit, they have to be able to practice that, too, right?
That’s how we train.
We have to get those guys out on the practice court, and that’s why they’re training so hard.
I think it’s great, and it should be a thing for every athlete.
And there’s an upside, too: It keeps you motivated.
And as a coach, you want to make sure that every time you put your head down, that you’re focused on the right things, and on the training.
But the downside is that you’ve really got to be ready to train and be ready every single day.
And if you don’t train the right way, you’re probably not going in the right direction.
It depends on the player, too; sometimes the player gets injured, and then the trainer can’t be there, and they’re going back to training at their own pace.
You know, the guys who get injured are usually going to do better the next time they train.
So if you want a healthy body, you’ve probably got to get out there and play.
And, you know, you need a trainer and a coach to get you there.
So what you have, is a great opportunity to do that.
What we really need to focus on is getting the right training.
And then, if I had to do all day, I would start training a little different.
I’d start by practicing on a stationary bike.
And every other exercise would be a light cardio session, and maybe a light strength and conditioning session, too in a stationary location.
It would be pretty simple.
If we can get the right trainers and the right coaches to work with the right players, then I think we’ll be really successful.
And that’s something I hope we can achieve.
Thanks, Andy [ESPN