Tenacity is known to many people in many different forms. Words such as persistence, determination, perseverance, grit and doggedness in the context of life would provoke a host of different memories and experiences. They may well be a mix of sporting, work, health or family related events. It could be that competitor, like Goran Ivanisevic winning Wimbledon in 2001 or the Japanese Rugby team beating South Africa at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. It could be a family member fighting an illness or the unwavering persistence of children. All in all, a tenacious approach to life brings with it many benefits.
Speed is the main difference between the best and the rest at any age and in basically every sport. An applied focus on increasing speed leads us closer to excellence.
You don't get picked if you are injured. We play sport because we love it. Applying ourselves to a performance program will help to prevent injury. This means you can enjoy yourself for longer. More play = more success.
The best competitors in the world are not necessarily the best in the gym. However, they have superior co-ordination levels. This enables them to achieve world records and success. Its not just about weights.