July 4, 2017


Coaches Toolbox Article Archive


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We must also recognize that kids will
have their own individual goals, and
we don’t want to quell those goals.
Rather we need to teach them the
importance of maintaining their own
individual goals while at the same
time putting the team goals ahead
of their own. But how do we do that?
This post will examine some ideas
on that concept.


And, from the archives:


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Win More Games with Explosive Athletes
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    Higher jumpers get the ball. 
    Faster athletes get past the
    defender.  Give your team an
​    edge with these techniques
    used by the pros…

   
Faster Athletes

    Higher Jumpers
  
    Better Skills

Click here to Learn More about how this training can help you win more!
 
 
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The Academy for Sport Leadership
Resources

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Click the link below for some information
on the resources that Dr. Cory Dobbs has put 
together to help your athletes become better
leaders.


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Quote of the Day
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"What is important in the end is not how
much you won, but how much you did
for others."

Pat Summitt
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Brian Williams
The Coaches Toolbox