What Happens When You Just Do It
The advice we give you should be put into practice. Here's what happens when you do
From a coach who read our previous post, and put the lessons to work:
The lesson here isn’t complicated: Read the feedback in the study, do what it tells you to do, get the results.
I think it’s also illustrative that this didn’t take a lot of time to put into action. Less than a few hours, actually. So if you’re looking for results, this is pretty easy to pull off.
Here’s the thing about everything you read here, Coach: You can trust it. I make sure to filter out the stuff you don’t need to know about, and give you only the good stuff. The last thing this whole site is about is reading stuff, and not putting it into practice. Use today to do that. Nike doesn’t own the exclusive on just doing it. You can, too.
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Similar advice is found in the movie Friday Night Lights (2004): a drama based on the book by H.G. Bissinger and directed by Peter Berg about the 1988 high school football season of The Permian High Panthers from Odessa, Texas.
If you want to improve your situation, give it all you’ve got and get the job done.