The Mindset Myth: Natural or Bust
Debunk the myth that athletes are either a natural or a bust.
Let Kids Learn Sports By Watching, Rather Than Detailed Explanations
Matt Kata talks about how kids watching professionals can sometimes be the best teacher.
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.
Positive Coaching Vs. Negative Coaching In Helping Kids Improve Quickly
Jack Clark believes that coaches get much more out of a player by focusing on his or her strengths.
Give Effort Until You Don't Get It Wrong, Don't Just Do It Once
Award-winning coach comments on how players progress, sometimes in order to ensure they support teammates
How Coaches Can Demand Discipline Without Yelling
Award-winning coach details how he implements team rules on dress and behavior
Coaches Who See Athletes Make A Mistake Can Remind Them Of The Process
Award-winning coach explains how to help players cope with mistakes and praise them when they bounce back
How Coaches Can Bridge The Generational Gap With Younger Athletes
Make the effort to communicate in a way that the athlete will both understand and be comfortable with.
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.
How Positive Team Chemistry Starts In The Locker Room
Terry Porter shares that all great teams come together in the locker room before succeeding on the court.
Players Don't Care How Much You Know Until They Know How Much You Care
Coach for Minnesota Women's Ice Hockey Brad Frost emphasizes that players need to know how much you care.