extra time off-- good or bad for Crosby?
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10-29-2012, 11:36 AM
Join Date: Jul 2004
Not sure where else to put this - interviewed Sid's trainer last week - he offered a lot of stuff on Crosby's recovery, etc.
Hopefully something different than you have read before.
His vision is very special, specifically his ability to track moving objects, but I think the characteristic that stands out the most is his lack of complacency. In 12 year of working with him, he’s never missed a workout, and he’s never given anything less than his best effort. He has a remarkable way of bringing his “A” game on a daily basis, which requires tremendous focus, determination, and mental toughness. He’s extremely bright and very serious about his performance. He’s also a fierce competitor, and takes advantage of his ability to intimidate his competition.
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