How to Properly Respond to a Loss
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“No Individual should take blame for a loss, because no individual should take blame for a victory." -John Wooden
This quote by John Wooden highlights the proper mental approach athletes must have after a loss or victory. If you play football long enough, then you are going to lose some games. We as athletes often do one of two things after a loss. We either place blame on ourselves, or we blame others such as teammates, refs, or coaches. Rather than placing blame on anyone, it is best to focus on what you can control. Rather than placing blame, try following these three steps after a loss, and you will see development mentally and physically.
If any athlete struggles with breaking down your own film then I recommend you sign up for “Perfect Performance Virtual Hudl Review.” Our Virtual Hudl Film Review will be a 45 Minutes session via Zoom for High School Football Players to review their game film with Perfect Performance Coaches. These sessions will be used to assess strengths and weaknesses of the athlete and our Coaches will provide feedback for them to improve their game. Additionally, our coaches will use their knowledge of recruiting to help identify key plays for athletes to include in their highlight film to send to colleges. If interested, view the link below.
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