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Video Analysis Software Tools
Coaching Tips

3 Reasons Why You Should Incorporate Video Analysis During COVID-19

Now is the time to invest in this  technology, as your clients rely on virtual connections to engage with your business. Plus, this new revenue stream will continue to grow with your business as you reopen, setting yourself up for future success. Here are a few key reasons why you should incorporate video analysis technology into your business today.

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Athlete Evaluations and Effective Feedback Communication
Coaching Tips

Ultimate Guide for Effective Feedback and Evaluations

Performance evaluations are found in all aspects of life. In school, students are graded on homework and exams. In the workplace, there are continuous performance reviews. But with sports, there aren’t any standards or metrics to be graded on, which has created a grey area on best practices and techniques on how to effectively provide constructive feedback to develop athletic skills. In this guide, we outline how to give athletes your best with great evaluations.

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Avoid Coaching Burnout
Business Management

4 Ways to Avoid Coaching Burnout

Sports are becoming increasingly more competitive, putting additional pressure on coaches and trainers at all levels. Along with developing your athletes, the business aspect of the profession can be just as grueling. Between daily practices, developing strength and conditioning programs, administrative tasks, and added pressure to produce results, coaches and trainers are feeling more and more burnt out. Fortunately, there are ways these individuals can avoid the stress and successfully recover when experiencing symptoms of a burnout.

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Coaching Tips

Best Practices for Organizing Efficient Sports Tryouts

Seasons begin at the first open tryout. The evaluations and feedback at tryouts are perhaps the most influential part of any team’s season. Sports tryouts don’t determine the success of a team, but if done correctly, can fast track to a championship. Address these areas to create an effective, efficient, and enjoyable tryout session.

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Coaching Tips

3 Tips on Increasing Youth Fitness Participation

For kids, summer offers a much needed break from the daily responsibility of sitting in class and doing homework. Too often, however, this means more screen time. We’ve put together a variety of ways that will help you get kids the off the couch and enjoying fitness-related activities.

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Lombardi Keys to Success
Business Management

Lombardi’s “Seven Blocks of Granite” to Success

As someone in business for sports, I naturally gravitated towards the many inspirational anecdotes and motivation stories, in relating my own coaching and business experiences. The purpose of this post is to summarize the core teachings of Vince Lombardi’s advice from his motivational talks in the 1960’s and to empower you and your leadership team as you continue to find ways to drive success everyday in your sports business.

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Leveraging Technology to Become a Better Coach

Technology continues to revolutionize every aspect of our daily lives and has bled its way into the sports industry — especially for coaches and trainers. Fortunately, the integration of technology provides a new lens on the advancement of coaching while greatly impacting the job from virtually every angle. This makes it imperative for coaches to learn how to leverage technology the right way to maximize efficiency, complete communication, improve athlete performance and optimize health standards for athletes nationwide.

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How Youth Sports Build Character

Youth sports have and will continue to play a huge role in the development of character traits like leadership, work ethic, being disciplined, and more. Giving kids an effective foundation for growth and development for future roles in adulthood is something that can be taught in youth sports.

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Alternatives to Participation Trophies in Sports

Recently, the topic of participation trophies, the physical trophy awarded to youth athletes for participating in their sports program, league or organization, has been a topic of divisive debate. So the question: Do you believe participants should receive a trophy for simply participating? There are defensible arguments on both sides, which I will highlight here. My answer, in case you wish to skip to the chase and not read the rest, is: Participation trophies are dependent on the core values behind the desire to award them, providing meaning to your definition of what participation, trophy, victory and success means. Before I spoil you with my core values and definitions, let’s outline the positive arguments on both sides.

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