How Coaches Build Cohesive Teams

From our friends at TrueSport: Boys and girls tend to value and prioritize relationships, competition, and hard work differently, which means coaches use different strategies to build a cohesive boys’ team compared to a cohesive girls’ team. Sport Psychologist Roberta Kraus, Ph.D., explains these differences to help parents and coaches better understand what they’re seeing and hearing during practices and games. Read Article

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Should coaches be fit?

Well, everyone should be fit. But, according to Tim Baghurst, Ph.D, it is especially important for coaches as they are role models for young athletes. You can read his interesting article on the topic brought to us by our friends at TruSport.