• communication
    May 17, 2021

    7 Tips to Refine Your Communication Skills

    by Chris Wellman

    Skilled coaches are always looking for ways to improve themselves. This can be done in many ways, including developing better communication skills.

  • observations
    May 12, 2021

    10 Observations of a Successful Coach

    by Paul Jansen

    What makes a successful coach? While the answers may differ depending on who you ask, they will all undoubtedly agree there is no single way to be successful.

  • q-collar
    May 11, 2021

    Q-Collar Corrals Next Step in Concussion Safety Tech

    by Wesley Sykes

    With all of the increased attention paid to concussions in all sports — particularly at the high school level — and the rate of concussions during gameplay continues to rise. 

  • livestreaming
    May 10, 2021

    Student-Run Livestreaming on the Rise in COVID-19 Era

    by Wesley Sykes

    There was a time when broadcasting high school athletic events was an arduous task — not to mention expensive too. Lugging heavy equipment around, gaffing yards of hard wiring, arriving early, and leaving late just to set up and break down the broadcast, life isn’t always as glamorous as the professionals at ESPN make it out to be. 

  • May 7, 2021

    The Relationship Between Vision & Sports Performance

    by Dr. Jennifer Stewart , Chief Vision Officer, Performance 20/20

    With more than 80 percent of perceptual input coming from the eyes, vision plays a significant role in an athlete’s performance. Every decision an athlete makes can be broken down into visual, perceptual, cognitive, and motor responses. We are well versed in training the motor response and are now beginning to appreciate the benefits of training the visual, cognitive, and perceptual elements of a sport. Athletes know they can maximize performance by training speed, strength, and agility, and are now learning how sports vision training can help them see faster, react faster and improve their awareness and perception. 


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