There’s nothing better than playing under the Friday night lights. That’s why high school football players spend months preparing for a handful of games: Running drills. Lifting weights. Practicing plays. And staying focused through it all.
Players have to earn every inch … every yard … every touchdown. Nothing is handed to them. Everything is a grind.
They learn the value of long-term goals in a short-term world. Delayed gratification over instant gratification. Consistency over carelessness.
And that nothing in life worth doing comes easily. But it’s always worth it.
Talk to the students in your family about participating in football! This is where the journey is the reward. This is high school football.