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COACHING CHILDREN TO EMBRACE A "LOVE OF THE GAME" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006

This article from the USOC Olympic Coach E-Magazine, Spring 2004 issue, focuses on helping coaches see the importance of fostering a love of the sport.  Coaches occupy multiple roles in children’s lives as sport participants. Coaches must be excellent instructors so that youth learn and improve skills, increase knowledge of strategies and tactics, and achieve their goals. Coaches can also inspire children to maintain motivation for participating in sport and, in so doing, allow them opportunities to accrue such benefits as positive self-esteem, enjoyable experiences, long-lasting friendships, and a positive attitude toward the value of lifetime physical activity.

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LONG-TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT: TRAINABILITY IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006

This article from the USOC E-Coaching Magazine's Spring 2004 issue discusses development.  Scientific research has concluded that it takes eight-to-twelve years of training for a talented player/athlete to reach elite levels. This is called the ten-year or 10,000 hour rule, which translates to slightly more than three hours of practice daily for ten years. Unfortunately, parents and coaches in many sports still approach training with an attitude best characterized as "peaking by Friday," where a short-term approach is taken to training and performance with an over-emphasis on immediate results. We now know that a long-term commitment to practice and training is required to produce elite players/athletes in all sports.

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WHAT COACHES CAN LEARN FROM GREAT MANAGERS: BREAKING ALL THE RULES PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006

This article from the USOC Olympic Coach E-Magazine, Spring 2004, explores how  coaches can motivate their athletes.   In short, coaches can ensure that youth want to continue their sport involvement—that is, participate for intrinsic reasons—rather than participate for primarily external reasons such as feeling obligated to others to continue. How can coaches maximize their positive impact on youths’ motivation in sport?

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Be The Coach You Want To Be PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006
This article is from the USOC Olympic Coach E-Magazine, Spring 2005 issue.  There are no rules or clear pathways to become a great coach. There are no laws that say you should do this or you should do that. There is no set or established plan that you must follow to become a good coach or a great coach. John Wooden did it his way, Bill Walsh did it his way, and Pat Summit does it her way.
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CAN COACHES PREVENT CHOKING? BEING READY FOR WHEN THE FLOW STOPS FLOWING PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 23 September 2006

This article from the USOC Olympic Coach E-Magazine discusses how to help your athletes deal with stress and perform more consistently

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