Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Lessons of Strength: Florida Gators

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

Psychology will always beat physiology.

"Talent will never replace hard work."

These could go on forever, and you've probably heard most of them. But truth is perception of what's hard is a daunting idea. You're athletes might think they're working hard, but I almost guarantee you they've not even gotten close to potential....Yet.

Here's a clip from University of Florida. The guy might still be playing with a group he didn't recruit but like it or not he's getting it done and so are his guys. There's lessons here.


Even though I can't stand an immature, cry baby, wimp of a quarterback. But Urban Meyer says it just the way it needs to be said.
Just for the hell of it, this is one of my favorite quotes.

"You have to beat the best to be the best."

How's that for pressure? Get's me going.





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