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January 16th, 2016

Using Trigger Words

Trigger words can inspire and encapsulate directives and goals for a specific athlete or team. In order to be most effective, they need to be attached to specific goals. Read More...

January 16th, 2016

Winning with Kindness and Positivity

“Old-school” coaching methods that emphasize yelling and screaming have become a thing of the past. Getting through to today’s athletes requires a deft—sometimes softer—touch. Read More...

January 9th, 2016

Leading your Team Through a Losing Season

Momentum is a key component of sports. Good teams can ride momentum to a championship. But what if your team is on the other side of the momentum wave--how do you handle the situation when you’re losing and everything is going against you? Read More...

January 9th, 2016

Selecting your Squad

Determining who makes your team and who does not is obviously a necessary aspect of coaching, but it can also be a difficult, unpleasant task. The following are a few practical suggestions to make the process a little more positive and bearable for the athletes. And when there are fewer problems with those trying out, there should be less stress for you. Read More...

December 30th, 2015

Coaching with “Attitude”

To get the most out of athletes, at any level, coaches must coach with the right attitude. Your attitude as a coach is far more important than any of the responsibilities you have as a coach. Read More...


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