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Subject: RE: How does Fayeteville-Manlius do it?
I've spoken with Bill Aris a few times at NBN and Manhattan and I also got the chance to speak with some parents while watching the races. I believe their success is due to creating a very positive, almost spiritual culture on the team.
If you trust and respect your teammates and coaches and you stay consistent with training all year round your chances for success increase.
It's NOT some workout secret unless you consider hill running year round to be a secret.
Change the culture, promote accountability within the group, teach the athletes to be their own best coach and learn the sport just like you learn any other subject.
They usually have a very small group as well and Bill tends to do a lot of talking following practices. Many coaches forget that their job is to train the athletes and coach the team. A good coach is good because of who he is and what he believes. The experience is akin to learning from a teacher who truly believes in the positive influence of the sport.
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