The coaching philosophy you choose is central to how you define your career and how your team functions in practices and competitive situations. The coaching philosophy is the foundation of your program.
John Wooden's UCLA Offense
The one time the team in possession of the ball is at a numbers disadvantage is when inbounding the ball.
The Women's Basketball Drill Book
Three-lane movement drill.
Hockey Plays and Strategies
Much like other aspects of offensive play, coaches have to decide how comfortable they are with getting their Ds involved in the offense.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball
Understanding how to field a ground ball is entirely different than teaching infielders how to do it.
Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Baseball eBook
This drill teaches the receiving position of the hands. It also provides an opportunity to teach athletes to use two hands when catching a ball.
Coaching Volleyball Technical and Tactical Skills
When on defense, having all your players in the correct position on the court no matter what defensive system the team is playing allows a team to be successful.
Tennis Skills & Drills
Strategies are plans that give a player a sense of purpose when on the tennis court and that build on the common patterns of play.
Golf Flow eBook
Despite the degree to which they help us transcend ordinary abilities, flow states are real and happen to normal golfers all over the world.
Coaches must get athletes excited about learning to dominate the basepaths individually and as a team.