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April 24th, 2016

The Mental Game

Implementing sports psychology into high school sports has been slow for several reasons. May coaches do not have much confidence in it, while other feel that spending practice time on techniques and tactics offers greater payoff. This author believes the time has come to invest in mental skills training (MST) at the high school level. Read More...

April 17th, 2016

A Positive Example

Along with teaching skills, serving as a role model is a critical aspect of being a high school coach. The growth and development of your student-athletes is the ultimate objective and everything you do should serve as a positive example. Read More...

April 16th, 2016

Championship Coaching Starts with Relationship Building

A great way to learn about quality coaching is to listen to coaches and athletes talk about the coaching styles they believe are most helpful for achieving success. Championship coaches all share one thing in common: they make building relationships with their athletes a top priority. Read More...

April 2nd, 2016

The Benefits of Having a Summer Camp

If you develop a successful summer camp for youth players in your school system, it can establish the foundation for a long-standing, successful high school varsity program. Read More...

April 2nd, 2016

Coach Core Values

Core values are the foundation of what you do and why you do it. They are anchoring principles that ground you to what’s really important and guide you toward success. Every coach should use core values as a way to lead his or her team through the season’s ups and downs. Read More...


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