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How To Be A Champion With Brett Favre

Learn how to teach the traits of a champion with the help of NFL quarterback Brett Favre.
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Created by Kent Johnston
Last updated 5/2014
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A Champion is someone who reaches his or her potential. No matter what a young person is interested in - sports, computers, art, music, science - this course will help parents and mentors teach their children how to reach their full potential.

Brett Favre and the Champion Zone Coaches are experts that will help teach parents how to equip kids with the traits of a true champion. You will learn about six crucial areas that contribute to the making a champion. Whether it is a revolutionary new way of approaching fitness, how to build skills, or acquiring a confident attitude; you will learn how to develop the entire child - inside and out - to help them reach their full potential and become a champion.

Who is the target audience?
  • Parents, mentors, coaches, and kids age 10 and up.
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of this course you will be able to incorporate key developmental elements that will help children and young people reach their potential in many areas of life. Some of the things you will learn from this course include:
The true definition of what it means to be a champion.
Successful steps in building character.
The four steps needed to reach your potential.
A new approach to youth fitness.
Attaining an attitude that is successful.
How to overcome fear of failure.
A formula for making good decisions.
How to properly teach skill.
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Expand All 20 Lectures Collapse All 20 Lectures 01:17:13
3 Lectures 06:15
Character and Lifeskills
2 Lectures 14:34

Character & Lifeskills

Section 2 Quiz
7 questions
3 Lectures 10:00
Introduction to Skill

Brett Favre on Skill

Race Car Analogy to Potential


Section 3 Quiz
4 questions
3 Lectures 17:09
Introduction To Fitness

Brett Favre on Fitness

Pathway To Peak Performance


Section 4 Quiz
3 questions
3 Lectures 08:13
Brett Favre on Nutrition

Leslie Bonci's "Tips for Nutrition"

Brett Favre on Alcohol


Section 5 Quiz
2 questions
3 Lectures 09:45
Brett Favre on Attitude

A Navy's SEAL Attitude

Brett Favre on Attitude 2


Section 6 Quiz
3 questions
Decision Making
2 Lectures 09:20
Brett Favre on Decision Making

Decision Making

Decision Making

Section 7 Quiz
4 questions
1 Lecture 01:57
The Challenge
About the Instructor
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21 year NFL Strength and Conditioning Coach

Kent Johnston has over two decades experience as an NFL Strength and Conditioning Coach. Johnston began his NFL career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1987. He then spent seven years in Green Bay during which the Packers made six playoff appearances and played in two Super Bowls. He began researching youth training programs during his time with the Packers. Other teams he coached with included the Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns and most recently the San Diego Chargers. He also served as Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Alabama on two separate occasions. Johnston was a 2005 inductee into the Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame in York, Pennsylvania.

His passion has always been in the development and training of young people in not only the physical realm but in the other areas that make up the whole person. He received his Master's degree from the University of Alabama and has owned youth training centers in the past.

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