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Coaching Tips from a B1G Assistant Coach (Part 2)

Coaching Tips from a B1G Assistant Coach (Part 2)

The following comes from former D-League Assistant Coach and current Nebraska Assistant Coach Phil Beckner. Phil is a great young Coach and someone I trust very much. He has coached several players that I have worked with and continues to do amazing work with Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers. Several years ago, while he

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I Am A Coach’s Wife

(This article was originally published at Her View From Home by Renae Zimmer) I am a coach’s wife.  I signed up for it, back when we were young and stupid and didn’t have a penny to our name.  I said yes to an awesome guy and yes to being a coach’s wife. I love sports, that

Saint Mary's Women's Basketball versus Gonzaga.Gaels defeated the Bulldogs 54-51.  Jan. 10, 2013

4 Philosophies All Coaches Should Have – Part 4

This is final part of this 4 part series on the 4 philosophies all coaches should have. In the first three posts, I covered the “General Athletic/Coaching Philosophy,” the “Sport-Specific Philosophy,” and the “Practice Philosophy.”  Today I am going to talk about the “Playing Time Philosophy.” Many coaches never consider the concept of a playing

April 3, 2015 - Indianapolis, IN, USA - Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari made a point as the University of Kentucky basketball team practiced at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, In., Friday, April 03, 2015. UK plays Wisconsin Saturday night in the National semifinals. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff. (Credit Image: © Lexington Herald-Leader/ZUMA Wire)

4 Philosophies All Coaches Should Have – Part 3

This is Part 3 of this series on the 4 philosophies all coaches should have. The 4 philosophies all coaches should have are as follows: “General Athletic/Coaching Philosophy,” “Sport-Specific Philosophy,” “Practice Philosophy,” and a “Playing-Time Philosophy.” There may be more philosophies that coaches will want to consider, but these four should form the basis for

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4 Philosophies All Coaches Should Have – Part 2

Last week I began this series on the 4 philosophies all coaches should have. The 4 philosophies were as follows: “General Athletic/Coaching Philosophy,” “Sport-Specific Philosophy,” “Practice Philosophy,” and a “Playing-Time Philosophy.” There may be more philosophies that coaches will want to consider, but these four should form the basis for most philosophies that coaches will want

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