• Dr. Jack Ramsay
    July 15, 2019

    Dr. Jack Ramsay: My 60 years in basketball

    by Coach and Athletic Director

    Throughout the year, Coach & Athletic Director will go back 25 years to share some of our best articles from 1994. In this article, written by Dr. Jack Ramsay, the Hall of Fame basketball coach looks back on his journey through the game and offers lessons learned along the way.

  • athlete running
    July 9, 2019

    Running for Punishment: Why coaches should give it up

    by Randy Hisner

    Coaches in several sports still use running to punish their players, but does the tactic actually work? Coach Randy Hisner breaks down four reasons why coaches should find another strategy and begin building a positive attitude around player conditioning.

  • strength training squat
    July 1, 2019

    Powerline: Conducting a year-end evaluation

    by Ken Mannie

    When the year’s over, strength coaches should conduct a year-end evaluation of their programs, examining everything from facilities to techniques.

    In Ken Mannie’s latest installment of Powerline, he offers insight on what coaches should consider before next season begins.

  • baseball good hitting
    June 21, 2019

    Baseball: 7 steps to good hitting

    by Coach and Athletic Director

    Throughout the year, Coach & Athletic Director will go back 25 years to share some of our best articles from 1994. This article — “7 steps to good hitting” — was written by Jim Gabella while he was an instructor with the Cleveland Indians. Today, Gabella is a scout for the San Francisco Giants.

  • baseball umpire
    June 18, 2019

    Bridging the Divide: Developing positive relationships with refs

    by Randy Hisner

    Referees everywhere are hanging up their stripes, fed up with the constant abuse that comes from fans, parents and coaches. So what can we do?

    Umpire and high school coach Randy Hisner spoke with his fellow referees to offer five simple tips that will create stronger relationships between coaches and sports officials.


July 17, 2019

Study: Rugby-style tackling may have lower force of impact than football style

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Colorado mandates mental health training for all coaches

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