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October 13th, 2018

How To Project Authority

If you are straightforward with young people, they will usually respect you. This is much better than fabricating something on the spot, and your athletes will usually understand and accept this approach. Read More...

October 11th, 2018

Making Training Fun

Training needs to be challenging if athletes are going to improve, but it also needs to be enjoyable if they are going to stay motivated and focused. Here are simple yet effective tips for making a challenging practice something that athletes can look forward to. Read More...

October 7th, 2018

Ready, Set, Ask

Coaches have many responsibilities on a day-to-day basis. One of those responsibilities is to keep their players healthy and safe both in the weight room and on the field of play. But with so many athletes, how can you make sure you are communicating with each and every one of them in an effective way? Read More...

October 6th, 2018

Six Tips for Professional Development

All coaches ponder it: am I the best coach I can possibly be? Professional development is an important aspect of coaching—especially at the high school level, where coaches encounter younger, inexperienced athletes and even have the opportunity to advance to the college ranks. Read More...

September 30th, 2018

Valuable Assistance

Assistants spend a lot of their time figuring ways to help their players grow and develop, but how much time do they spend thinking about how they can be better assistants to their head coaches? Here are ways that assistants can be of greatest value to their coaches. Read More...