Championship teams have players that are highly skilled and well-conditioned. They have coaches that use great strategies and training techniques. They also have great team chemistry.
The best teams are the ones where everyone involved is committed to the success of the team.
Having all your players more concerned about team success and truly caring for their teammates is often the difference between good and great teams.
Having great team togetherness can also make a season with less victories still feel like a winning experience for the participants.
In the clip below Grapevine High School (Texas) head football coach, Randy Jackson, gives you some ideas on what you can do to help build a family feeling on your team. This clip comes from a DVD devoted to developing a program’s culture. For more information about that DVD click the link Culture Defeats Strategy: How to Create a Championship Culture for Your Program
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