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 answer your questions regarding the previous podcast and go more in depth with regards to uncoachable kids.
To think that somehow uncoachable kids become unemployable adults a coach problem not a Kid problem. Nothing is fixed.
"Whether you think you can or you can't you're probably right" -Henry Ford. How does this quote apply to us, our players, our staff and all those involved in our program?
Will Rey 41 Years a Basketball Coach and Current AD and Head Basketball Coach at Northridge High shares the wisdom he's gained from coaching D1 to High School
Have you set goals for 2018? Have you taken a deep dive to understand why? Listen and maybe you will look further.
LeVar Johnson Motivational Doer, Success Coach and Former Middle Linebacker at Duke University shares how we can stretch ourselves and others to greatness
The third in the three part discussion of how to bridge the gap between High School and AAU
With all the things we hear about leaders and leadership what is the truth?
Listen to High School, AAU coaches and Professional Skill trainers discuss Basketball, how to grow and make the game better episode 2 of 3
How should we start our day? Does it really make a difference?
Listen to High school, AAU coaches and Professional Skill trainers discuss Basketball, how to grow and make the game better episode 1 of 3
Are you looking for a book or list of book to read in 2018? Check out what I read in 2017 and see if anything sparks an interest for you.
Pretending to act or having to feel a certain way, is not the way to your best performance
Zach Dechant Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at TCU who oversees Baseball shares the regrets of putting off starting and the pleasure of watching boys develop into men
Sports and Holidays