Set the tone for a perfect practice with the right warm-up

A warm-up is so much more than some light jogging and stretches. It sets the tone for every practice, which in turn sets the tone for the entire season.

If you’ve ever seen a dip in motivation, effort, or technique – listen to this episode. A few tweaks at the start might prime your athletes for success down the road.

On Episode 17 Attack Style Wrestling, we discuss the first (and arguably most important) part of planning a perfect practice – the warm-up. I share my tried-and-true methods that I still use to warm up my athletes. Full disclosure – I stole these from years of experience and a network of elite-level coaches, and now I pass them on to you. By the end of this episode, you’ll be armed with detailed instructions on everything from the pre-practice speech to injury prevention.

Check out today’s episode below:

Here’s what else you’ll discover in today’s episode:

  • 1:20 – Learn when a coach has the greatest influence on their athletes
  • 2:25 – We explain the difference between warming-up new kids and high school state champions
  • 3:20 – Get answers to the question I get asked the most – hands-down
  • 4:40 – The ONE thing to keep in mind when starting a practice, regardless of your goal
  • 7:00 – Is a perfect practice even realistic? learn where to find my cheat sheet to creating one
  • 8:47 How to balance success and struggle in each practice
  • 9:07 the anatomy of a perfect practice – pre-practice speech
  • 10:28- The pre-practice speech- what do the greatest coaches say?
  • 11:14 – How to develop a “hate to lose” mentality 14:25: The crucial components of a good warm up and how to get your athletes fired up for practice
  • 17:00- What are your core tenets to groove performance in every position?
  • 19:40- Setting down the roots of a great practice plan

Click below to listen to the full episode now!

Stay strong,

Coach Weber

PS – Don’t forget that this episode will unlock the potential for the rest of your season! Start off on the right foot, and you won’t have to play catch-up down the road.