Last year I came across a post on LinkedIn announcing a new book about teaching youth sports. Then, I recognized the author…retired Air Force General Greg Gutterman. Finally, I noticed the title, Hustle and Have Fun! A Coach’s Guide to Winning Over Players and Parents. Those of you who have been with me on thisContinue reading “Did Someone Write My Book?!?!”
Tag Archives: High School Sports
‘Old School’ Coaching
I revisited a tweet from our friends at Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and it got my angst up. Back in September, PCA tweeted about being mentioned in a San Diego Times Union Tribune article about ‘Old School’ coaching. Although the article is about high school coaches, I think there are some aspects that apply toContinue reading “‘Old School’ Coaching”
Should Your Child Specialize in One Sport?
Sports specialization in youth sports is a hot topic. I came across an article in USA Today’s High School Sports section highlighting that 30 of the 32 first round picks in the last week’s NFL draft played multiple sports in high school. While reading the article, there were links to two others on the subject. Continue reading “Should Your Child Specialize in One Sport?”