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December 30th, 2017

Finding the Right Time

Players benefit from getting playing time and it’s an important part of their development and growth as an athlete. Yet, in order to get everyone into the game, you might have to be creative and recognize the right times and situations to do so. Read More...

December 17th, 2017

Culture Change

Jamie Gill, Head Volleyball Coach at Tuloso-Midway (Texas) High School, turned around the fortunes of her program by getting her athletes to believe in themselves through mental discipline. Read More...

December 16th, 2017

Proper Conduct for Parents

Many parents have a tendency to become too emotionally invested in their kid’s athletic success. This can create headaches for coaches and athletes alike. In order to be proactive about this distracting behavior, develop a parent code of conduct and be sure to clearly communicate it before every season. Read More...

December 10th, 2017

Focus on Today

David Walker, Head Football Coach at Martinsburg (W.Va.) High School, has led his squad to six 3A state championships over the past decade. But when it comes to his day-to-day work with players, that history of success is rarely mentioned. Instead, the focus is on the here and now. Walker uses the motto “Get Better Every Day,” and it resonates throughout the program. Read More...

December 10th, 2017

Engaging the Bench

As a coach, it’s important to remember that the players on the bench are part of the team and should be held to certain expectations. How can you make sure your athletes are getting the most from their bench time? Read More...


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