Whistle and a Clipboard- the coaching communities resource
Summary: Whistle and a Clipboard interviews successful coaches from the past, present, and future allowing them to share their coaching failures and successes, tips, drills, and skills, along with practice do and don’t to help youth coaches everywhere better coach the kids in their communities. Your host, Jason H Oates, will also interview other professionals discussing current issues related to youth sports among these, strength training, speed and agility, concussions, and arm care.
A discussion of body language from two different perspectives to learn and gain a better understanding
Confidence, What is it? Do we need it to succeed? A response to a listener question about his son
Rich Hudson Managing Director Buckinghamshire Cricket, Author: Pressure Myth, Cricket Coach, Performance Psychology Consultant shares his insights into coaching and performance from the inside out paradigm
By telling our player, those we lead, that they need to be mentally tough to succeed, we are actually taking away the qualities from them and pointing them in the wrong direction. Listen to learn more
Ian Goldberg Co-Founder and CEO at iSport360, Youth Coach and Sports Parent shares how if we as coaches will communicate with parents more it will help us.
Is Death holding you back? Are you afraid to live for fear of dying? My thoughts
Steve Collins The Porch Dog Head Coach at Madison Memorial and President and CEO of TeachHoops.com shares wisdom gained from coaching and teaching for over 30 years
Are you making coaching about you? It’s about your players, it’s not about us.
Shelby Turcotte Founder and CEO of the Basketball Coaching Academy and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Shelby Trained shares how to use all the time you have with your players to gain an advantage
Jason Oates Coach and Creator and Host of Whistle and a Clipboard shares his answers to the question thru the eyes of a coach with 60+ season of coaching multiple sports and all ages plus having interviewed 225 others
Everyone is born an original but to many die a copy – Abraham Lincoln
Mason Waters Flagler College Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach shares how a coach can have a huge impact off the court as well as on the court
We learn more from failure than success. We should encourage mistakes, better said Support Risk within our teams at practice and even games. For a better explanation have a listen
George Lynch Head Coach Clark Atlanta University and former NBA Player shares how work ethic can take you from where you are to where you want to go
Our interpretation of words gives them meaning, if not they are just a sequence of letters. Have you shared the meaning of the words you use with your players/employees?