Lionel Hollins: Why Specialization Is Overrated
Lionel Hollins advocates for children to play more than one sport as a child.
Championship Players Don’t Just Understand Their Role, They Embrace It
Lionel Hollins talks about playing for Portland Trail Blazers and how they played cohesively as a team.
The Role Of A College Coach Is Helping Kids Develop Into Adults
Lionel Hollins talks about the importance of self-motivation when a child is a playing a sport.
Positive Coaches Inspire, Encourage, Direct And Discipline
Lionel Hollins speaks about the importance of inspiration, encouragement, and direction in positive coaching.
Developing Players As Community Members, Not Just Athletes
Wayne Tinkle talks about the importance of developing players into good community members with character.
When It Becomes About The Parents, Kids Stop Enjoying Sports
Geoff Loomis talks about how parent involvement lowers the enjoyment of sports for children.
Sports Parents Reap The Benefits When Their Kids Love Sports
Geoff Loomis talks about the enjoyment parents should get from their kids being passionate about sports.
How Steve Kerr And Gregg Popovich Use “Appropriate Fear”
Chris Ballard explains a technique used by current NBA coaches to instill "earned" authority on their teams.
Pro Athletes As Role Models For Competition
Chris Ballard talks about how the idea of an athletic role model should be pivoted from talent to character.
A Common Trait Among Those Who Overcome Adversity: Adhering To Core Values
Chris Ballard talks about the importance of core values and the way they develop through adversity.