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RECIPES FOR SUCCESS

How did your favorite kicker or punter earn that scholarship? How did he make it to the big leagues? Was is smooth sailing? Was it handed to them? Were they just a natural kicker or punter? Some of these stories may surprise you. 

How did they overcome failure, rejection, struggles and letdown to make it into college, Arena, the CFL or the NFL? These stories should inspire you and let you know that anything is possible and not to give up on your dreams.

 

By signing up for the Kicking.com network, you will receive the "Recipe for Success" from a current or former NFL, college or other professional punter or kicker every month. Hear their stories in their own words, with advice for you on what to focus most on in your workouts and training.

We have an interview with Eric Wilbur as the "Recipe for Success" this month in the members section. Some of our recent interviews are the actual audio from the interview, so you can download it and store on your iPod or computer.

Here are a list of Recipes from players you can read about, with a Premium Membership: Nick Setta, Ryan Longwell, Connor Hughes, Lawrence Tynes, John Carney, Craig Hentrich, Nick Harris, Brad Daluiso, Billy Cundiff, Nate Kaeding, Chris Boniol, Mitch Berger, and many more...

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Here are the recipes from the Kicking.com Network creators....

Doug Brien
Brion Hurley
Aaron Mills
Tommy Barnhardt


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Doug and Tommy's Frequently Asked Questions: "I have been kicking lately and seen that something just isn't right. My steps are the same, but my point of contact on the ball changes from kick to kick. On kick the ball might be on my ankle, and then the next time it might be on my toe. Then I will have a series of kicks where I hit the sweet spot. What are some things I can do to improve my contact?" -- Click here to read our answer

 
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