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August 5th, 2017

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For athletes to get the most out of their experience, they have to “buy in” to their training. Here’s an exercise that helps them see the cost-benefits of their work and gets them mentally prepared to play and compete. Read More...

August 5th, 2017

What to Say on the First Day

There's nothing like the first day of practice. For coaches and athletes alike, it's a day full of excitement and hope, with a dash, or more, of nervousness on the side. It's also a day that sets the tone for the rest of the season. That's why how you communicate with your players and their parents is critical. Read More...

June 17th, 2017

Teaching Core Values

In 1978, 26-year-old Kevin Donley was the youngest head coach in college football when he took the reins at Anderson College. Thirty-eight years later, he has become the winningest active coach in the nation, while leading the University of Saint Francis (Ind.) to its first national title in the 2016 NAIA championship game. In the following interview, he explains how he motivates players and develops team leaders. Read More...

June 17th, 2017

Building Vocal Leaders

How can you get athletes to speak up without pushing them further into their shell? If you have leaders who are able to use their voices, your team will become more successful both on the playing field and off. Here are tips on helping athletes find their voices. Read More...

June 11th, 2017

Giving Your Athletes a Voice

More and more coaches are taking a collaborative approach when it comes to team rules and culture. With today’s generation, buy-in happens more readily when players have a say in the development of the team. Read More...