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March 18th, 2017

Teaching your Players to be Competitive

Don't assume that all athletes are inherently competitive—some may have advanced primarily because of their talent level. The following are a few approaches that can help your athletes learn how to be more competitive. Read More...

March 18th, 2017

Advice from the Best

A few years ago, USA Today asked NCAA championship basketball coaches for advice they'd offer young coaches, and none said anything about basketball. Instead they talked about things like coaching for the right reasons, handling criticism, and being yourself. Read More...

March 11th, 2017

How to Build Relationships with your Players

Being an effective teacher requires more than the ability to transmit knowledge to students. It also requires building relationships with them. Each student is a unique individual with a unique background and learning style. Different students also respond to different motivations. Read More...

March 11th, 2017

Can They Hear You?

It’s easy to get engrossed in the action and it may seem at times that shouting is the only way to get the attention of your athletes, but it can be hard to tell whether your sideline advice is getting through to your players. Here is advice on the best way to handle on-the-fly feedback. You should ask yourself these questions before shouting into a field of play. Read More...

March 4th, 2017

Starting Out Strong

Whether preparing for game day or practice, warming up your athletes is essential for a safe and successful performance. One of the most effective ways to keep them injury free is through incorporating dynamic warm-ups into your coaching methods. Read More...