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19 Apr 8 Signs of Really Bad Youth Sports Coaching & More [Coaching Bulletin Issue #15]

8 Warning Signs of Really Bad Youth Sports Coaching

8 Warning Signs of Really Bad Youth Sports Coaching

Of course no coach is perfect.You don’t want to label or leave a coach after his or her first mistake. But certain signs warn you of bad coaching.

If you see consistent evidence of these signs in a coach you know – steer clear of them. If this sounds like your coach, you should consider finding another coach. If this sounds like you, you are probably in the wrong job.

Read on Coaching Young Athletes

Tips shared by CEO’s on Maximising work hours

 

Your back hurts. Your eyes sore. And you feel mentally and physically drained for having burned the midnight candle these past few days. As you lie on your bed thinking about the things that you’ve accomplished during the hellish hours that you’ve worked, however, you realize something disturbing: you weren’t able to accomplish anything substantial…

Read on Tech.co

 Treating the Real Causes of Pain in Runners

Treating the Real Causes of Pain in Runners

Brad Neal from Kinetic Revolution shares how to treat runners with ITB Syndrome from a biomechanical standpoint and the relative success that can be achieved with the correct approach.

 

Read on Kintic Revolution 

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10,000 Hours. Does practice really make perfect? 

Glenn Whitney from Sports Coach Radio looks at how much of athletic performance is actually down to thousands of hours of so-called deliberate practice? Maybe not as much as you think…

Listen on Sports Coach Radio

10 Traits of a Successful Athelete

10 Traits of a Successful Athelete

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