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.
I got my first techinical foul. Our we creating to many rules?
Pam Herath Director of Curriculum & Programming for Strive and former HS Coach and AD sharing how self-awareness is the key to our success on and off the field of play
Our team’s believe they know what they need to succeed, a lot of the time we have to give them what they want within what they need
Steve Fitzgerald 25yr Head HS Basketball Coach shares how growth is the key to success as an individual, team, and program. It's a Process.
Good Decisions are a byproduct of two things. Listen to find out what they are and maybe you can discover yours.
Andrew Lacey Head Basketball Coach Varina HS shares how he has learned success is not a destination but helping your players grow on and off the court
Our perspective can help is to understand how we are looking at a situation and being able to see the other perspective can allow us to self correct if needed
Mandy Green Head Soccer Coach at The University of South Dakota & Founder of Busy Coach shares how persistence and self-evaluation can help you and your team succeed
Have you truly evaluated your schedule and looked for the best time to put in extra work? We all have 24hrs a day, its how we choose to use them.
Theresa Beeckman 20yr Volleyball Coach and Tree Roost President and Founder shares her passion for helping players and coaches find their way of doing things
Jed Moore Head Rodeo Coach CNCC and Former Professional Bull Rider shares his process driven approach to coaching his athletes and Goat Tying
Jamie Smart Sunday Times Best Selling Author, Coach, and Mentor shares how the Inside out psychological principals will help us be better coaches
Vision is a skill not taught by many coaches. How can we teach our player to anticipate what's coming next with respect to their teammates and the defense?
James and I discuss the book, basketball, life and a few rules for both
As coaches we can help stomp out racism by talking about it with our teams and players. What can and are you doing to stop perpetuating racism in our communities?