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April 8th, 2017

Creating a Coaching Philosophy

What is your coaching philosophy? This is an important question to answer, yet taking the time to create your own coaching philosophy is often overlooked. Having one can make all the difference in your actions and in the lives of your athletes. Read More...

April 1st, 2017

Short and to the Point

Old Dominion Head Football Coach Bobby Wilder consciously limits his team meetings to three main points. Coaching expert Wayne Goldsmith goes further, limiting any presentations or videos to no more than three minutes. Both agree that long meetings tend to be very ineffective. Read More...

April 1st, 2017

Working with the Athletic Trainer

Having a strong connection with your program’s athletic trainer can make all the difference in the well-being of your athletes. In this article, a head athletic trainer lays out the foundation blocks for building this relationship—communication, knowledge, and trust. Read More...

March 25th, 2017

Coaching with Confidence

When outside distractions start to affect your thinking, they can hurt your ability to be a great coach. Sports psychologist Dr. Patrick Cohn explains how to deal with distractions and self-doubt so that you can be successful. Read More...

March 25th, 2017

Creating Decision-Makers

Coaches are the frontline in creating players who are quick thinkers and making sure their decision-making skills are constantly growing and improving. Here are ways you can make sure that developing these skills are front and center in your coaching strategy. Read More...