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  • Posted by Bill Vasko
    Wed at 8:25 PM
    To make an athletic team the best it can be, there needs to be synergy between the head and assistant coaches. In many cases, a school’s athletic director is the decision-maker on hiring assistant coaches. But the head coach should play a vital role in the process.     Here are ...
  • One of the toughest tasks for a coach is to develop an evaluation system to observe and evaluate the players on their team.  This week I offer tips on how to integrate a coaching rubric that includes both objective and subjective evaluations of your athletes -- you can read more here. www.dr...
  • Parenting in 2016 is difficult.  Coaching in 2016 is difficult.  Being a kid in 2016 is difficult.   Making matters worse is an online environment in which parents attack the choices of coaches, go after coach's jobs, and generally make matters worse for coaches.  Do coaches de...
  • Posted by Tone Lanzillo
    Mon at 12:12 PM
    For any coach who works with the traditional playbook, there is a tool that you can incorporate in your training and practices with the players on your team. The primary focus of the Mental Prep Playbook is to help your players become mentally prepared to play their best game through two different f...


 

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