Your coaching philosophy should not be developed overnight. You should gather different views of coaching the way you would visit a buffet�choosing and trying different methods and observing what works for others.
Pete Newell's Playing Big
When Dr. Naismith invented basketball, the entire floor was divided into three distinct parts: the guard section, the center section, and the forward section.
Lore of Running-4th Edition
It is well documented in psychology texts that there are seven basic emotions: joy, sadness, anger, love, fear, shame, and surprise. Other emotions are regarded as a combination of these basic seven.
Volleyball Systems & Strategies
The five-player serve-receive strategy gives everyone opportunities to develop their skills as forearm passers, without placing undue pressure on any one passer.
Football Kicking and Punting
For a soccer-style kicker, the sweet spot of the ball is about 1 � to 2 � inches down from the ball�s widest segment.
Swimming Anatomy eBook
Try these squats to strengthen legs for improved swimming performance.
When we speak about strength in golf, we are talking about a complex, multifaceted concept.
Basketball 3rd Edition eBook
This drill focuses on the fundamentals: shooting hand behind the ball, elbow-in alignment, release off the index finger, follow-through, and catching the ball in position to shoot.
Tennis Anatomy eBook
For a tennis player, the shoulder is one of the most used (and sometimes overused) areas of the body. Typically, this makes it one of the most injured areas, especially in competitive tennis players.
Coaching Cross Country Successfully eBook
Running while fueled by inspiration is great, but it can also be overdone.