Coaches Empowering Athletes … Using an “Athlete-Centered” Approach

Bridging the gap between coaching research and practice By Michael P. Sheridan, Ph.D. What is this article about? The purpose

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"One, Two, Three, Attitude – HaH!" Another lesson in Coaching Education and Youth Sports

Malcom Gladwell writes about youth sports, Rick Pitino, David & Goliath and war strategy in the New Yorker: by Dr.

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Structuring Rewards for Athletes in Youth Development Programs

By Dr. Haley Perlus Athletes First Why do young athletes participate in sports?  This is a simple question with insurmountable

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"Parents' Anger on the Soccer Field – and mitigating factors"

Concerns regarding expression of anger directed toward officials, coaches, teammates and even their own child are examined and a discussion of ‘sideline rage’ is featured.

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Dr. Scott Martin's Research on Effective Coaching Behaviors

By Scott Martin, Ph.D. “The secret to winning is constant, consistent management.” – Tom Landry Winning is the ultimate goal

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What should you think about while running?

by Steve Wininger, Ph.D. The Research on Focusing Attention Most research has examined the attentional focus of runners by categorizing

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Violence in Sports

The following is from Wikipedia.org. This is good. Wait until you see the set of examples of violence. Violence in

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Get & Stay Motivated

by Tami Eggleston, Ph.D. CC-AASP The following article is by Tami Eggleston, Ph.D. of McKendree University. She’s an Association for

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Developing the Practice Intensity Habit

Practice intensity is the will, commitment, and enthusiasm to practice with a purpose. Most coaches consider it an important characteristic

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