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January 12th, 2019

Calming players before and during a big game

You sense that your team is on edge, tense and nervous about the contest. What do you do? That’s easy. Take the same approach you do for all regular-season contests—and a lot of positive, supportive encouragement. Read More...

January 9th, 2019

Trusting Your Assistant Coaches

If your program is going to be successful, you and your assistants need to be on the same page. This starts with establishing mutual trust and respect, and there are a few simple ways to make that happen. Read More...

January 5th, 2019

Look at Your Coaching Language

Communication is obviously a big part of coaching. But how much time and effort do you put into your coaching language—the words and phrases you use to convey your thoughts and instructions to your players. Read More...

January 4th, 2019

A Different Type of Intellect

Coaches who are emotionally intelligent are better able to handle stressful situations and build relationships with their athletes, making it an important skill that deserves more attention. Read More...

December 30th, 2018

Your Most Important Meeting

There are only two times a season when a coach has complete control over the results. The first is the preseason meeting, the second is the postseason banquet. But only one of those has the potential to make or break your season. Read More...

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