Athlete Life Skills #1: The Little Things Make A Big Difference

Before you can be trusted to pick up a zone blitz, hit the game winning shot, or guard the other team's best player, you must be able to do the little things correctly.

The first thing that John Wooden, legendary UCLA basketball coach, taught his team was how to take care of their feet, starting with their socks. That's because each player needs to have a solid foundation and that starts with your feet. 

Today, you'll learn how to properly tie your shoes, the importance of why, and how it relates to life.