Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Kiss of Death in the World of Sports

Usually when you can’t put your finger on why Suzy or Johnny may not be getting that fair shake or your gut may tell you despite a great performance the another teammate gets the headline, the award, the interview, the … Continue reading

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The Key Ingredient to Harness Athleticism – Part 1

When training athletes many coaches and clients ask, “Where do you typically begin with most athletes to evaluate their ability to make an impact in their sport whatever it may be.”  Starting out in the football, track & field and … Continue reading

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The Most Important Treasure Coaches Can’t Teach

As college coaches have called me during the recruiting season for football, track, and basketball seeking talent, I’ve found myself repeating the same answer over and over about players or runners that emerged seemingly from nowhere to set the world … Continue reading

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Ridiculous attack breaks out on Youth Ref as parents and a player attack him!

Well I wish I could say this was a new experience I have never seen.  Back when I played Pop Warner ball in a championship about the same age as these kids in the video, I witnessed as my team … Continue reading

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