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How To Be A Good Spectator

Having the chance to be a spectator at any sporting event is a privilege now during COVID. Once upon a time, we could choose from a multitude of sport...

How to Prevent Hazing in High School Sports

What is Hazing?Hazing is something that some have heard of, but it remains a mystery to many. Hazing is the act of humiliating, degrading, or abusing ...

How To Coach Problematic Athletes

When I say "problem athlete," you all know what I am referring to. At least one athlete just doesn't like the training or your coaching style on every...

3 Ways for Coaches to Create an Identity Outside of Sports

What is an Identity?Individual identity is what defines you as a person. People think of when they hear your name and what they see you do out in publ...

4 Tips For First Time Coaches

Being a coach of any kind can be a stressful and intimidating job, especially when you are just starting. There are so many factors that go into being...

Tips for Coaching Young Cheer Teams

Kids can start cheer and tumbling classes as early as three to four years old, and competitive teams start kids competing as young as five. As a coach...

Watch Listen Up: Interview Pepperdine Women's Tennis Head Coach Per Nilsson

In this episode of "Listen Up", Bailey speaks with Pepperdine Women's Tennis Head Coach Per Nilsson. Per has been coaching for well over a decad...

Recruiting Enthusiastic In Youth Athletes

"Recruiting enthusiastic kids is harder than it's ever been."- Geno Auriemma, 11-time champion coach, UCONN Women's Basketball.One of the more complex...

How To Avoid Coach Burnout

'Coach burnout' is an issue that is non-discriminatory, plaguing even the best of coaches from time to time. It can take weeks, months, or even years ...

How Coach Mike Friday Lead USA Rugby 7's Team To Success

Maximizing a players' potential is not just a physical thing. There are certain life qualities to recognize and identify that will boost a players' pe...

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