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Coaching Today's Athletes

The key to coaching teenage athletes is realizing how to recognize these changes and then adapting to them yourself. This doesn’t mean lowering your standards or making things easier for them, but it might mean adjusting your approach and finding new ways to teach your lessons. Read More...

On Your Side

With the right approach, you can get parents involved in the program in a number of positive ways. Not only with this improve the experience for them and their kids, it will also make your job easier. Read More...

A Learning Culture

Bob Karn, winner of nine state championships as Head Baseball Coach at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, Minn., explains how he intertwines learning and sports in his program. Read More...
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