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How to Create Great Pre and Post Game Talks

How to Create Great Pre and Post Game Talks

How and What to say to your team before and after games. Please remember that EVERYTHING you say and do w/ your team should have a purpose. Coach K and Dean Smith both wrote about how every interaction was pre-planned. The message, location and tone were all thought out ahead of time to maximize the [...]

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Become Better at Using Your Timeouts

Become Better at Using Your Timeouts

Kudda came across a great article to help coaches be more efficient in their use of timeouts. In an article by Coach Dave Stricklin in a recent edition of Hoopskills, the 8 reasons WHY you call timeout and 8 ways to improve their efficiency and purpose was discussed. Although this was geared towards basketball, coaches [...]

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Improving Parent-Coach Communication

Improving Parent-Coach Communication

In the latest issue of Coach and Athletic Director there was a great timely article on the importance of Parent-Coach Communication. It discussed 8 tips coaches should utilize to improve relations with parents. One of the main ideas was to develop a plan in anticipation of issues that will happen. Prepare for those scenarios where [...]

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What to Say Before a Game? Pre-Game Talks

What to Say Before a Game? Pre-Game Talks

Many of the Spring season teams actually started to play games this past weekend. For those of us in the Mid-Atlantic region, this is nothing short of a miracle, especially if we remember what it was like one month ago… 50 inches of snow on the ground. With the start of games, comes the start [...]

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