Why All Coaches Should Read Aristotle
It can give coaches a window into virtue, ethics, courage, and justice to help them keep the bigger picture.
Teams Separating Practice Groups By Skill, Not Age Group
We should also have some way of identifying over time whether the policy is producing the outcomes we want.
Culture Is Centered Around One Word: Compete
If players have competed to be better students, people, and players every day, they've had a good day.
9 Strategies Leaders Can Use To Recruit More Female Coaches
Lavoi proposes nine strategies for increasing female coaches in youth sport as less than 20% are female.
Working Mother-Coaches in Youth Sport: Beyond the Worker-Mother Identity
Mothers already have interpersonal qualities required for effective coaching that is less natural for others.
Parents Need To Stop Trophy-Chasing And Let Their Kids Learn
Winning is important, but it's more important to help kids learn life lessons because trophies collect dust.
What To Do When An Opponent Doesn’t Follow Eligibility Rules
Before making any sort of accusation, you would be well-served to communicate with the school to understand.
Spurs GM R.C. Buford: Coach's Job Doesn't Stop When The Game Ends
Developing players and coaches doesn't depend on wins and losses during a game, but off the court too.
Popovich Discusses Current Events With The Spurs And It Makes Them Better
Instead of analyzing game film or doing a drill in practice, the Spurs Gregg Popovich discusses current events
Starting The Conversation With Youth On Inclusion
Start by asking one or two people on your team: “How can we create safer spaces for LGBTQ athletes, coaches?"