Jordan Burroughs: Training Mentally And Physically For Success
Burroughs shares with us his journey from humble beginnings to collegiate and international wrestling prowess.
The Winner's Circle For Post Game Or Practice Feedback
Sometimes positive feedback can be more impactful coming from teammates, as seen in this "Winner's Circle."
Now seven months in, we’ve learned a few things about the pandemic’s wider impact on youth & HS sports.
Coaches can get involved in leadership in a different way by talking about character-building and identity.
Activity from PCA trusted resource RISE to examine how athletes use sports as an agent social change.
Working With Your Players To Identify Mistakes
Watch as this wrestling coach helps his athletes identity their mistakes by asking, instead of telling.
Focusing On The Positives Of A Performance
This wrestling coach helps his athletes identify the things they did well, instead of focusing on failures.
Using Teachable Moments To Help Athletes Grow
Watch a youth hockey coach asking his team what they learned from the recent Winter Olympic Games.
The Criticism Sandwich Explained
Watch and learn as a youth coach uses the "criticism sandwich" with his player after a game.
Being Nervous Is Normal
Watch this coach talk to his players about pre-game nerves, and how to control what they can for success.
How To Involve The Bench
Keeping all athletes involved, even if they are not competing at the moment, can pay off for the whole team.
How To Use Positive Charting
Sometimes positive feedback can be more impactful coming from teammates, like here in a Winner's Circle.
Using The Quiet Drill To Teach Communication
Watch how temporarily preventing players from communicating can show the importance of being vocal.