Thread: Motivation
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06-04-2010, 05:00 PM
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It really is up to your son to find motivation, if he loves the sport then he should want to practice and try hard every game and in ever practice. I would tell him that you don't really have a second chance to get back into hockey if you decide to quit now and decide you want to play again a few years later. His best chance to be a good hockey player is right now and its very important that he sticks with it and has fun. Maybe there are a couple aspects in his game he is really good at and you can challenge him to become better and be as good as a professional hockey player at that. If he has some weaknesses tell him that if he wants his best shot at going to the next level he needs to become a complete hockey player. Overall he has to want to do it or it will never work but if he does keep pushing him as this is an excellent opportunity in his life and you don't want to regret later in life missing out on it.

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