As an athlete who does or doesn’t do sports performance training, you have specific skills and requirements in your sport to perform at a high level. My question to you is how often do you have to work on those skills to get better at them? If the answer is just one time and then you’re perfect you’re good to go and you don’t have any more growth to do and that fits into my point about repetitions. We all know and it’s common sense that it takes multiple repetitions when it comes to skill-based moves in the game whether we shooting passing dribbling or just the exact moves and waiting to hit or touchable. We know that all the sale moves take thousands and thousands and thousands of repetitions to achieve any level of mastery. My question I was do you think the same about performance training? Do you think the sports performance training to increase your vertical to increase your speed to increase your overall athletic abilities as a one-you do it one time or even for one month and you’re good to go you don’t have to do it again you should’ve gotten all the results that you’re going to see from that month alone? After ants in those first questions, commonsense would tell you not it takes much more than what it is you’re doing to achieve mastery. It takes more than just a week or a month sometimes even more than a year. We have to look at sports performance training in the same way look at the skills required for our game if we want to do something like increase our speed or our vertical it’s going to take thousands of repetitions on vertical and on speed to see those improvements. So ask yourself are you willing to have the patience and put in the time to see the outcome or are you expecting it to happen incredibly fast. At Next Level Athletics we offer sports performance training and we highly encourage our athletes to pursue sports training as a long-term endeavor and not just a temporary fix to get a goal within a few months. Those who stick around and put work into other ones reap all the rewards. Come try a free week and sports performance training today!