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.
Technique is only one piece to the puzzle are you coaching the entire process?
Dr Werner has spent many years playing, coaching, and training softball players and other sports. Dr Werner shares her medically and scientifically based knowledge to help us become better coaches
Do you coach from a preconceived idea of what a player should be, how something should look? A podcast to make you think
What makes a good practice? Who is it for? How do you know if your practice was a success? I’ll point you to some of the answers and let you discover more on you own in this podcast.
Many of us Coaches teach skill only one way, forgetting who we’re teaching it too. How do you teach skill? Who are you teaching it for?
Mental Toughness is a topic few really understand, If you want your player/ employees to be mentally tough, take 10 minutes to listen to this podcast.
There will inevitably be conflict within a coaching staff. How should we handle it? What are the best practices to help resolve a conflict? A podcast to provide some insight
Failure is a Concept. The fear of this concept that we create keep us from even starting sometimes. Listen for more, and hope you have some INsight from listening
Konner Beste Student Manager for South Dakota State University Men’s and Women’s basketball teams shares the impact he hopes to make as he takes off on his basketball coaching journey
I go thru some examples of studies and other information that a lot of us hang our hats on when coaching. Are they worth us using them? What else should we be questioning?
What are you telling you player when you use the word protect and there in the batters box? What are they protecting? How bad is a strikeout?
Which should we rely on more? Which is better to help us teach our players? Which do you look to? My thoughts and some additional INsights
I tell a story from the past season of coaching, Hope it helps you as a coach get better
If you agree or disagree with how Tom Izzo coached his player in the NCAA tournament, please take the 10 minutes to listen and then comment on this podcast
I go back, way back before the podcast and talk about how it came to be, what inspired me to create the podcast and some of my biggest takeaways so far.