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  • athletes coach huddle feedback
    November 14, 2018

    Welcoming feedback from athletes and parents

    by Kevin Hoffman

    Effective coaching today requires a more inclusive climate. Coaches should welcome feedback and ask players for their opinions. The two groups from which feedback can be most effective are players and parents. For “old school” coaches, this is taboo.

  • high school football stadium
    November 7, 2018

    A.D.ministration: Facing time constraints, new responsibilities

    by Dr. David Hoch

    Athletic administrators nationwide are being asked to assume additional responsibilities while continuing to direct the athletic program. With tight budgets and reductions in staffs, superintendents and principals have to shuffle tasks and duties to other individuals to keep things operating. That can place more stress on the AD.

  • November 2, 2018

    Raise Your Game: Failure uncovers learning opportunities

    by Coach and Athletic Director

    Alan Stein Jr. is a performance coach, consultant, speaker and author who spent 15 years working with the world’s best basketball players.

    In his upcoming book, he shares high-performance secrets from some of the world’s brightest minds in sports, business and entertainment. In this excerpt, he shares thoughts from successful people who use failure as learning opportunities.

  • strength program design
    October 30, 2018

    Taking charge of your strength program design

    by Graig White

    When it comes to training, I’m seeing more than a few coaches adopting new methods. They either take over the training duties themselves, delegate them to an assistant, or allow their athletes to go to an outside source.

    For coaches who want to offer their own program and do it right, here are some considerations.

  • October 23, 2018

    Maximum fundraising with minimal investment

    by Jay Johnson

    There are a variety of programs that can produce maximal dollars in a short time with less effort than other fundraising events. Here are some examples and strategies for teams.

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