90 Flag Football Coaches Trained!

Coaches – mostly 1st timers in the Flag Football Fanatics league – are saying that the latest round of Hustle & Attitude coaching clinics was Very Useful to them.


Over the last two weeks, I’ve held two clinics in each of the Flag Football Fanatics locations:  Cincinnati, Columbus, and Dayton.  90 coaches attended!  According to the survey data thus far 75% were exactly the target audience these clinics are geared towards – 1st time coaches in this league.  The clinics provided information about the Hustle & Attitude philosophy, as well as practical tips on how to prepare the equipment, how to work with kids, how to set-up and run effective practices, how to set line-ups and manage games, and how to deal with referees and parents.  When asked, on a 5-point scale from 5-Extremely Useful to 1-Not Useful, the average response for the entire clinic was 4.08 or ‘Very Useful’.  Coaches particularly liked the portion about how to work with the kids, scoring it at 4.25.


With more and more coaches attending and the consistent survey ratings over 4.0 – Very Useful, I look forward to providing more clinics for the coaches in the Flag Football Fanatics league.  If you think your child would benefit from a coach trained in a philosophy that puts the children first and has practical tools to work with them, run practices, manage games, and deal with parents and referees, please refer the league director to me.  I would love to discuss how I could create a tailored clinic for the coaches in your child’s league.

3 thoughts on “90 Flag Football Coaches Trained!

  1. You say the clinic provides info on hustle and attitude,make you should the hustle and attitude physophy. Just a thought.

    Good work Love Dad ________________________________

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  2. Not sure if you are saying I should copyright the philosophy. I am looking into copyrighting the clinic materials and maybe pursuing a trademark for ‘Hustle & Attitude’. I am definitely considering writing a book – The Hustle & Attitude Guide to Coaching Youth Sports.
    Thank you for your comments – I appreciate that you follow the blog.

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