Most high school athletes have no idea what to do to get noticed by college coaches. Too many people falsely believe that if they have good performances, coaches will automatically figure out who they are and recruit them.
We have a lot of new information to share with you today. Some of it is only being confirmed as I log into work this morning so I’m posting this before we’ve even added all the new info to the site.
3 Methods to Coach More Effectively
As a coach there are so many options to include in your training program that it can sometimes be overwhelming. We know that strength training is important, but if it isn’t distilled down to the essentials we can end up in a position of “paralysis by analysis.”
Alright friends I have a couple of important announcements for you today.
I’ll attempt to be brief and let you ask questions if you have them. First up:
The 2013 CTF Summer Clinic is moving to Harvard!
What’s in Your Tool Box?
by David Cusano, Wheaton College (MA)
I pose this question to every coach everywhere.
We can all understand training philosophy, training theory, physiology, biomechanics and motor learning. We can purchase DVDs, go to conferences and even get certified.