Do your players get frustrated from inconsistencies with your rules and expectations? From Adam’s experience he see’s to often coaches being inconsistent causing confusion and frustration among players. The guys discuss ways for coaches to avoid that inconsistency trap.
Archives for December 2016
In every season there will be moments you disagree with the coach. You might not agree with their substitution patterns, who’s getting the playing time and what plays are being called. Disagreeing with your coach is understandable and natural, the key to those disagreements is how you handle and respond to it. In this episode we help share feedback on how you can handle those disagreements in a positive and healthy manner.
The grandson of James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, shares some intimate stories and outlines in details how this game we all loved was created. Basketball enthusiasts of all ages, you will not want to miss this episode.
Through the Hardwood Hustle we emphasize either the hardwood or the hustle… in today’s episode, Dr. Dick Barnett epitomizes both. The legendary hall of famer shares some of his lessons, stories and poetry that’s helped shape his career.
Are you satisfied with just being good? Do you think your “good” is better than it really is? Far too often players have a difficult time becoming great because they’re stuck on being good. In this episode we will share ways for you to take your game to the next level and explain why good is the enemy of great.
After a recent NFL game that had both coaches go through almost identical situations where their kickers missed game-winning field goals, the two coaches (Bruce Arians & Pete Carroll) responded in two completely different ways. Adam and TJ share their thoughts on the two approaches and discuss the effectiveness of both.
What once started out as an idea, John McCarthy has brought the small college basketball hall of fame to life. Hear the inspiring story of how one man’s dream has become a reality.
As a player, we often forget about our role as a coach in addition to the player. If we want our team to be the best team possible, then players need to embrace the role of coach as well as player. In this episode we’ll teach you how to assist your coaches and be a better “coach” to your teammates.
TJ and Adam discuss how to build strong relationships with your players and getting them to build strong relationships with one another. If you’re trying to build a closer, more cohesive team, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Continuing our two-part Bringing the Juice series, Adam and TJ examine circumstances to cause the “juice” to not be present and discuss ways to get it back.