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BE DiFFERENT…

What does this mean to young athletes?

Here are some definitions of what BEING DiFFERENT means to members of the U13 Alberta Girls team

“be different” means to better yourself on a daily basis. You should wake up stronger, faster, different, but better than you were the day before. If you commit to “be different” and work hard every day, these changes will add up. Over time others will also recognize how you stand out in your own unique way from the rest. To “be different” means to work harder and put more effort into achieving your goals than your competition does.

“Not allowing other people to define your boundaries.”

More from these girls will be posted on the soccer page….

UNLOCK YOUR POTENTIAL AND REACH YOUR PERFORMANCE GOALS…

Sport psychology and coaching is no longer the domain of elite athlete`s – but accessible and supportive for all.
Whether you are a recreational athlete looking to maintain your motivation and enhance your fitness,
an age group athlete striving for a personal best, or a junior athlete who is looking to take the game to the next level. Performance planning, confidence building and anxiety management are a few of the many areas Sport Psychology can enhance sporting performance.

SPORT PSYCHOLOGY CONSULTATIONS MAY HELP YOU MEET YOUR GOAL
Email John at info@clubbsport.ca (587) 435 5611

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Every champion possess one ingredient – the desire to fight and overcome any obstacle to reach their goals. Clubb Sport has developed a presentation that reflects this desire and fires ones imagination to find your fight and overcome the barriers that inhibit your performance. A champion isn’t the person who comes first – but the individual who aspires and achieves their performance goals when others may have doubted.

FIND THE FIGHT TO DREAM BIG

Five weeks, three races and two World Championship qualifications. With a place in the Duathlon World Championships secured for 2017, I raced the recent hometown Calgary 70.3 Ironman triathlon and battled it out in the last km. Eventually, earning a third place finish and qualifying to race the 70.3 Ironman World Championships in Tennessee next year. So with the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii this October that will be three World Championships in 12 month’s, there is little time for reflection. Seize the day and keep moving to ‘be different’ in every way.

Contact Clubb Sport to arrange a team or club presentation to find the fight within and release your potential.