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Coach Education Center

Championship Coaching Starts with Relationship Building<p>Author: Dr. Wade Gilbert<p>07/20/2015<p>To rerun this excerpt/article in a magazine, newspaper, …

The secret of England’s cricketers this summer is this: they have learned to be positive

Bad blood between teams may provide a short-term boost but it also brings with it a longer-term popular disengagement. Thankfully, the opposite is …

Self talk - The UK's leading Sports Psychology Website

Everyone has an inner voice which can be either helpful or unhelpful – the angel on one shoulder (helpful) and the devil on the other (unhelpful). It …

All-Blacks and Pep Guardiola: Two articles on expert coaching | Brian McCormick Basketball

In “Pep Guardiola: The Man Behind the Manager”, Jamie Scrupps wrote that there are three things that separate Guardiola from his peers: Never ending …

The Talent Equation is a community of people dedicated to unleashing the potential of young people in sport

Some of you may know that I work as a Talent Academy Coach which is a great experience as I am have the privilege of working with some pretty awesome …

Coaching a phenomenon – exciting or terrifying?

<b>To mark the start of the Open, our Research Consultant, Michael Hopkinson, looks at talent coaching, the rise of Jordan Spieth and his coach Cameron</b> …

Power: What, Why and Who has it? - Analysis and Discussion of Coaching Science, Methods and Technology

By Cameron Campbell<p>Posted February 13, 2015<p>In Articles<p>0<p>Coaching is considered to be a highly dynamic and complex process, where coaches are required …

How the 10,000 Hour Rule helped me

In the last few days I had a short discussion about Coaches asking players to pass and follow your pass in training exercises because you wouldn’t …

Session Plans

It constantly amazes me how my session plans change over time. I will look back at old plans and marvel at how different they look. Without realising …

The last days of Roger Federer

What does it mean to call a tennis player a genius? Ed Smith reflects on his own career and asks - should Roger Federer just give up?<p>I’ve hit …

Sports Psychology – Importance of the Coach-Athlete Relationship

ReferencesShow all<p>Coatsworth, J.D., & Conroy, D.E. (2006). Enhancing the self-esteem of youth swimmers through coaching training: Gender and age …

Why 'grit' isn't always a good thing

We must ensure that we do not teach children that asking for help or admitting they cannot cope is a sign of weakness, writes Lucy Pearson<p>There is plenty written about ‘grit’ and its importance as a quality; in education circles, the term famously coined by Angela Duckworth has mistakenly become a …

How Being Caught Speeding Made Me Think about the Environment, Circumstance and Luck in Coaching

During my many miles around the country, there is always an inherent risk I will marginally overstep the mark on speed limits. I was recently offered …

Environment

A Leadership Blog: Gratitude: The Habit of Noticing

Gratitude: The Habit of Noticing<p>Gratitude is a way of investing ourselves in others. A particularly overlooked aspect of the art of gratitude is the …

Growing the Distance: Timeless Principles for Personal, Career and Family Success

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Ed Smith: for some coaches it’s not about improving sporting skills but about moulding people

Many high achievers, across all disciplines, have troubled and complex relationships with people who pushed them. I would like to pretend that …

Follow in the bare footsteps of the Kalenjin

Champion runners from the Kenyan tribe show how the interventions of modern sports science can be counterproductive if relied upon too soon. …

SKILFUL COACHING

For a variety of reasons there seems to be some reluctance to use questioning as a coaching technique. Some people believe that a coach who asks …

The Future of Coaching

<b>By Mike Dale, Managing Editor (Magazines)</b> Society is changing. We’re living longer, busier and more demanding lives, but we’re also tech-savvy, …

Trends

Too much practice and specialization can hurt instead of help child athletes

Recently, a preteen tennis player came into Neeru Jayanthi’s clinic for follow-up on an overuse injury to his wrist. Jayanthi, a sports medicine physician at Loyola University Medical Center in suburban Chicago, learned that the child’s coach had instructed him to take off his splint before a …

3 Ways to Create Context for More Effective Coaching

Written on June 24, 2015 at 7:46 am, by Eric Cressey<p><i>Today's guest post comes from Cressey Sports Performance coach, Tony Bonvechio.</i><p>Social media …

9 Ways Olympians Develop Resilience

How do Olympic champions develop resilience? A sport psychologist looks at the latest sport psychology research on grit and resilience

Positive Coaching Alliance

This is how your players learn the most

Bowlers benefit from ODI rule changes

ICC news<p>Play 01:34<p>'Bowlers are on a hiding to nothing' - Richardson<p>In a move to give bowlers a bit of breathing room in 50-overs cricket, the ICC …

Ask E. Jean: He Ghosted After Our First Video Chat

We'd been talking online, and he left on a climax—literally. What did I do wrong?<p><b>Dear E. Jean:</b> After ending a six-year affair with a married man (I'm surprised I'm still alive after the biggest crash of my life), I started meeting people online. One guy, the most gorgeous Frenchman ever (my …