Want your son to get a football scholarship?  Hit him with tennis balls—really hard

Gronk Gym: How The Gronkowski Boys All Got So Good At Sports
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When Gordy Gronkowski’s five boys were little, he used to line them up in the backyard and chuck tennis balls at them. Hard. At first, he knew, the boys would be scared. There might be some bruises. But to be good at sports, you can’t be afraid of the ball. And so the balls would come, and the boys would have to catch them. Eventually, they did.

Gordy started this when the boys were 4 years old. The boys got older. They got wiser. Their hands got softer and their skin got thicker. So Gordy started hitting the balls at them. With a racquet.

I guess I'm supposed to admire Gordy Gronkowski for this, but honestly, I'm a tad creeped out. Maybe I should be relieved he didn't go all Patches O'Houlihan on his kids and bring out a bag of wrenches.  If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge Ed Reed!

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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