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March 17th, 2018

Practicing to be Comfortable

Do you have a player who does everything absolutely right in practice, but who struggles when it comes to games? Many athletes place too much pressure on themselves, which can heighten their anxiety about every move they make. Here are tips to cure this problem. Read More...

March 10th, 2018

What Will your Legacy Be?

In the course of your career, you will win some games and maybe even a championship here or there. Is this your legacy? When you leave the coaching ranks, how will you be remembered? Here's a perspective on this topic to consider. Read More...

March 10th, 2018

Official Relationship

It's important to pay close attention to the way that you treat referees—especially when you disagree with a call. You are a role model for your athletes; treat officials with respect and so will your athletes. When you do think that the referee has made an incorrect call, you disagree, he explains that coaches need to remember that they are a role model for the athletes. Read More...

March 3rd, 2018

Defining Core Values as a Team

Randy Jackson, Head Football Coach and Athletic Coordinator at North Forney (Texas) High School, spends time teaching players how to live the cultural expectations of his football program. But first he asks the players what those expectations should be. Read More...

February 25th, 2018

Evolution of a Successful Coach

To be successful, coaches must evolve and grow over time. As you add new pieces to your coaching philosophy and develop your own style, you will graduate from one stage to the next. Recognizing where you are in your coaching evolution will help you understand what you need to do to keep moving forward. Read More...


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