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Playing to Combine and Link Play

Playing to Combine and Link Play
Playing to Combine and Link Play By: Sean Reed, MSc@SeanJReed The principles of play within football continue to evolve and there is an emphasis on teams being able to retain possession and break down sides that are typically strong centrally. In any series of possession we are [...]Read more

“Relationship Building 101” / “The Burning Questions Surrounding the 2014 Football Season”

“Relationship Building 101” / “The Burning Questions Surrounding the 2014 Football Season”
“Relationship Building 101” / “The Burning Questions Surrounding the 2014 Football Season” By: "The Other Coach K," David Kelly, High School, College and Professional Football Coach I know that the calendar year begins in January, but the “Real Year” begins in August when “Toe meets Leather”. Yes, [...]Read more

“Your Actions Speak So Loud, I Can’t Hear a Word You’re Saying”!

“Your Actions Speak So Loud, I Can’t Hear a Word You’re Saying”!
“Your Actions Speak So Loud, I Can’t Hear a Word You’re Saying”! By: "The Other Coach K," David Kelly, High School, College and Professional Football Coach A few weeks ago during my morning workout, one of my workout partners commenced to tell me about how his daughters [...]Read more

A LESSON REINFORCED AT THE WORLD CUP

A LESSON REINFORCED AT THE WORLD CUP
A LESSON REINFORCED AT THE WORLD CUP By: Tony Amato University of Arizona Head Women's Soccer Coach I have been in college coaching for 15 years and have learned many lessons along the way. On my recent trip to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup, I was [...]Read more

A Futbol “FOCUS!”

A Futbol "FOCUS!" By: "The Other Coach K," David Kelly, High School, College and Professional Football Coach After viewing several of the World Cup matches and observing the passionate enthusiasm that accompanies them, it's easy to see why "Futbol" is the most popular sport worldwide. Just last [...]Read more

Training Tips for Sprinters

Training Tips for Sprinters
Training Tips for Sprinters By: Eric McGinnis, CSCSDirector of SSP Swim Rollins College Strength & Conditioning Coach Sports Performance SpecialistSpectrum Sports Performance Everybody wants to be a sprinter, but any experienced swimmer knows that swimming fast can be harder than it looks. Here are five tips, in [...]Read more

Who Is Coaching the Coaches?

Who Is Coaching the Coaches?
Who Is Coaching the Coaches? By: Sean Reed, MSc I must confess that most of my blogs have been and will continue to be focused around the development of the player. I make strong reference to how important it is to ensure we create a player-centered environment [...]Read more

Thanks For The Motivation, Coach!

Thanks For The Motivation, Coach!
Thanks For The Motivation, Coach! By: "The Other Coach K," David Kelly, High School, College and Professional Football Coach Hi everyone ….. it's blogging time again with "The Other Coach K"! I was truly humbled by the tremendous response, and conversation generated from my last blog, "Are [...]Read more

5 Reasons College Athletes Underperform During Their Freshman Year

5 Reasons College Athletes Underperform During Their Freshman Year
5 Reasons College Athletes Underperform During Their Freshman Year By: Jaki Hitzelberger, MA Certified Mental Game Coaching Professional Licensed Mental Health Counselor It is all too common that highly talented athletes struggle to perform during their freshman year in college. Usually it is not a question of [...]Read more

2014 College Signings

2014 College Signings
The List Keeps GrowingNikki Lauderback - USF (Soccer) Austin Jones - Temple (Football) Brittany Kelly - USF (Volleyball) Max Parker - Syracuse (Lacrosse) Brittany Raymond - USF (Soccer) Rufus Mosley - Marist (Football) Kristy Garrison - Limestone (Lacrosse) Alexia Taylor - Liberty (Softball) Beth Nordhorn - UNC [...]Read more
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