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I get told quite often ” I want to coach basketball or be involved, but I’m not really sure what I want to do?” “Do I want to be a skills trainer?” “Do I want to coach high school?” “Do I want to grind it out and try to make it in college or […]
Our Spring Break Skills Events will take place over 2 weeks in April. New concepts and new drills to improve your game on your break. Register using a link below. Prefer a mail in registration form? Download one now. MILWAUKEE SPRING BREAK – INDIVIDUAL SKILLS CAMP I Date: April 15, 2014 Location: […]
In just a handful of pages, I have distilled the most important aspects of Coyle’s theory on talent and skill development. Making your program a powerhouse is possible, but it will only come with a lot of hard work over time. And guess what, both coaches and players must do that hard work. […]
Naturally, keeping it short and not praising your players will not suddenly make you a master coach. As stated before, you achieve what you emphasize, but master coaching involves emphasizing in the right way. Here are four virtues to guide you in the right direction. 1. The Matrix: four components with which a master […]
Teach in short, direct phases. That’s just one tenet of “master coaching,” as Coyle calls it. Just as with practice relative to the principles of deep practice, it’s important to coach in the right manner to get the desired result. It’s not enough to explain how to do something correctly; you must explain […]
The Need Achievement Theory is one of the most-recognized theories of motivation and is of great relevance to performance environments. According to this theory, people have three basic needs that need to be satisfied to maximize motivation: The need to feel autonomous, the need to feel competent, and the need for social connection. While […]