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May 22nd, 2016

Three Tips for Changing the Culture

If you’ve taken over a program that has been not been successful for a long period of time, or if your team is in the middle of an extended losing season, you may be searching for unique ideas to change the culture of your team. Here are three essentials to making this happen. Read More...

May 15th, 2016

Five Essential Workouts for Every Athlete

No matter what sport you coach, you are responsible for developing an offseason and in-season strength and conditioning for your team athletes. These are five exercises that are essential for every coach’s strength and conditioning program regardless of the sport they coach. Read More...

May 15th, 2016

Hiring the Right Assistants

In the same way you prepare methodically for your next game, a similar amount of detail should go into hiring assistant coaches. It's important to determine all candidates’ strengths and weaknesses and think about how each might potentially fit on their staff and within the school community. Read More...

May 7th, 2016


There are times when one-on-one players meetings are the right way to handle a specific situation. Sometimes the individual meeting should be done on the spur of the moment, other times they should be done by appointment. Here are examples of when and how she conducts individual meetings with her players Read More...

May 1st, 2016

Adhering to a Great Code of Conduct

Every coach should have a Code of Conduct. If your athletic department doesn’t have one, please consider creating one—or speak with your athletic director about creating one. If you and your athletic department do have a Code of Conduct, considering adding some of the points that have been selected from these four Code of Conducts: Read More...