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Coaching the Coaches
Lee Taft, MS, CSCS, SPC, USATF, Performance Director, Sports Speed, Etc., Inc.
How many of you coaches that have been in the industry for a while try to take an interest in the younger coaches? This is something I have always tried to be involved with. I believe young coaches have a window of opportunity to create a solid foundation and philosophy that will make them improve year after year. But if they are only following in the footsteps of coaches before them that might have been flawed then they will also be flawed. Now, if they had a great mentor as a coach then there is a good chance they will take on a wonderful philosophy.
Here is my challenge to you. Take time to share with young coaches important elements that will allow them to improve their coaching each year. Here are some tips you should share:
There are many other elements that are important to coaching, but if you can get young coaches to learn to focus on these 11 items they will have a great headstart.
Yours in Speed,
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