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February 27th, 2019

Sometimes, Let the Athletes Figure it Out

There are times when coaches—and parents—jump in to help athletes through a negative result during competition, and as a result they miss out on an opportunity for helping the athletes build lifelong skills. Read More...

February 21st, 2019

Mastering the Coach-Athlete Communication Process

Coaches are only going to be successful if they master how they communicate with their athletes, and that means understanding it's a process involving not just speaking, but listening and having perspective. Here are five tips on improving coach-athlete communication. Read More...

February 19th, 2019

Fear Can be an Athlete's Toughest Opponent

Athletes are typically result-oriented, which means they can focus too much on the end result, and this can make them over-think, over-analyze, and even over-control the skills needed to perform properly. Here are tips on how to help athletes overcome feelings of fear. Read More...

February 17th, 2019

Demonstrating Anything is Possible

This is a story of an outstanding football coach who, despite being in a wheelchair with more challenges than anyone could care to take on, successfully teaches his players on how to tackle and block and successfully execute plays on the football field. Read More...

February 15th, 2019

Earning Trust as a New Coach

Trust and belief do not come with the title of coach, they are earned by the coach through time. New coaches should take a different approach to the first round of communication with the team members. Read More...