Getting Lost in the Dance

We would all likely to experience FLOW on a more regular basis. A few easy ideas may help.

The First Day of Camp

Developing positive relationships goes a long in determining our effectiveness when working in teams. Here are some tips for effectively establishing strong relationships

A Team Approach to Developing Mental Skills

Do you ever get frustrated when other team staff members undermine your messages? Working with coaches around sport psychology can go a long way!

Is It Important for Athletes to Have Fun?

Are your athletes getting the most out of training sessions? Incorporating a little fun can go a long way.

Simple Tips to Enhance Training Effectiveness

Could your team's trainings be more effective? A few simple tips can help!

Building an Effective Team Culture

A strong team culture is important to success and member satisfaction. A few coaching strategies can help teams quickly and effectively foster a positive culture.

The Power of Questioning in Sport Coaching

The coaching process continues to evolve. It appears that coaches are increasingly incorporating questioning into their training sessions. This article examines some of the potential benefits of such an approach.

Facilitating Athlete Readiness

Allowing athletes some 'free time' before competition can have a big impact on performance.

Suspended for Winning?

This article discusses the suspension of coaches following overwhelming victories after a high school basketball coach was recently suspended following a 161-2 win.

The Emotionally Intelligent Coach

This article considers the role of emotional intelligence for the sports coach. It appears that what separates great coaches from the rest of the pack is often not determined by an extraordinary amount of tactical and technical knowledge, but rather the ability of a coach to be aware and regulate emotions, empathize, and build effective relationships.

Myths and Misconceptions of Sport Psychology

There are common misunderstandings surrounding sport psychology that adversely affect the likelihood of coaches addressing the psychological dimensions to performance.

Navigating the Line Between Coaching and Distracting

It's not just athletes who need to be reflective, it is important that coaches ensure they are providing their athletes with an appropriate amount of feedback and communication that will contribute to their performance without undermining their focus on the task at hand.

Maintaining a "Winning" Focus Is Not the Way to Win

Performance, in any discipline, requires engagement. When we shift attention from the task at hand to something that may, or may not, happen in the future (winning/losing and the potential repercussions), we undermine our ability to perform in the moment.