Competition is not responsible for either the positive or the negative consequences so frequently highlighted by the media. The impact of competition, both helpful and detrimental, results not from competition itself but from how it is organized and conducted. As a coach, you play a major role in making sport a positive competitive experience�or not.
I Run, Therefore I Am--Nuts!
Let�s face it: Every distance runner secretly dreams of winning a race.
Softball Fundamentals eBook
Developing an offensive strategy for a game begins with the coach putting players in a batting order that maximizes each player�s ability and presents the greatest opportunity for scoring runs.
Volleyball coaches aim to take a team to a higher level by creating a certain atmosphere, focusing more effectively, and developing an environment that promotes aggressive play.
Football Kicking and Punting eBook
Whether they realize it or not, kickers and punters are constantly preparing to succeed by first seeing the results of their efforts before they ever kick or punt the ball.
The Runner's Edge eBook
Learn key training clues to maximize training efforts.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Softball eBook
The batter becomes a base runner as soon as she puts the ball into play.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball
Follow these guidelines for an easy game day.
The Art of Running Faster
Runners cannot avoid working their quadriceps and hip flexors (the muscles in front of the hips and thighs which you use every time you lift your knees), and so it is important to keep these muscles stretched and loose.
Applying Educational Psychology in Coaching Athletes
Humanism can manifest itself through the coaching process in four ways. These common emphases are affect, self-concept, communication, and personal values.