In part 2 of this 4-part ‘Coaching Traps’ series we discuss how critical coaches create insecure players and ways for players to deal with these situations. Make sure to share this episode with another coach or teammate!
Archives for February 2018
In part 2 of this 4-part ‘Coaching Traps’ series we discuss how critical coaches create insecure players and ways to avoid this trap. Make sure to share this episode with another coach or player!
We begin our 4-part ‘Coaching Traps’ series by breaking down the traits of controlling coaches. Players need both freedom to create and standards to be upheld to become their best, but this balance is easier said than done. Be sure to send us a tweet @Hardwood_Hustle and let us know how you handle this balance!
We begin our ‘Coaching Traps’ series with a discussion for players about how to deal with controlling coaches. Some coaches can be harder to play for than others, and we hope this episode gives players insight into how to handle themselves in these situations.
With the concerns about player safety in the NFL and continued increase in popularity with the NBA, we discuss whether or not basketball has the chance to some day overtake the NFL as the most popular sport in America.
Inspired by a recent PGC Basketball blog we go in-depth on a discussion about rules for basketball parents to make the game more enjoyable for everyone involved. Consider these rules as a coach/parent and implement them where you can!
We continue our player pitfalls series with a discussion on an issue coaches see with their players, with that being pouting. Adam and TJ dive into why this is not only an issue for the player but also for the team as a whole.
In a world where the relationship gap between coaches and ‘trainers’ seems to grow constantly, we discuss how coaches and trainers can start getting on the same page to better serve the players they work with. As a former coach and current owner of the Blue Collar Basketball (GA) basketball development company, PGC’s Sam Allen brings his vast experience in this area to this important discussion for coaches and trainers.
It’s easy to go through the motions in the gym, but for players looking to be their best they have to be intentional about their intensity of their work. In this continuation of our player pitfalls series we challenge players to raise their level of effort.