Coaches Need To Make Room For Life Lessons In Sports
Jamie Young talks about the importance of teaching young athletes lessons that will carry over later in life.
Jeffrey Marx: Sport Does Not Automatically Build Character, But It Can
Jeffrey Marx, the author of Season of Life, explains how youth sports can reinforce and teach life lessons.
How Coaches Can Balance Discipline And Fun
This Award-winning coach talks about balancing being assertive while also letting her players let loose.
Controlling Your Emotions When Dealing With Officials
By focusing on the present and not dwelling on the past, the team is able to bounce back from bad calls.
How Coaches Can Address Character On Day One
Be explicit about the value of character as soon as players walk in the door, says this MLB Team President.
Coaching Character Gets Results In Any Sport
Coaching character is effective in any sport, resulting in success both on and off the field.
Ask The Leading Questions And Your Players Will Find The Answers
USA Field Hockey Coach allows her athletes to discover what works best for them in a particular skill or role.
Failing One Time Doesn't Make You A Failure
Tom Herman, University of Texas Head Football Coach, describes how one failure or mistake doesn't define you.
Mental Training, Much Like Physical Training, Requires Repetition
Some athletes are surprised to learn that repetitive exercise is the key to mental training.
Athletes: Embrace Who You Are And Give Yourself Permission To Succeed
Dan James on how important it is for athletes to give themselves permission to be who they want to be.