In today’s episode we challenge coaches to enhance their ability to help their players get to college while sharing specific ways for coaches to do just this.
Archives for May 2018
Today Adam and TJ break down how ‘word switches’ can be a powerful reminder and practice for your team. Though it may seem like a small shift it can have a huge impact on your entire program. Make sure to take notes and share these with your team this week!
In today’s NBA shoot-a-round we bring you a first half discussion about a powerful recent quote from Damian Lillard and then close out the second half with our thoughts on CP3’s statement on the anxiety he felt beginning with a new team in Houston.
Today we share our thoughts on the importance of not only being a great player yourself but also raising the level of the players around you. Whether you are a 5 star talent or a 3 star up and comer, if you can raise the level of ‘star’ around you, coaches will find a spot for you on their team!
At some point all coaches struggle with communicating knowledge they have to their team or an individual player. Coaches must always be conscious that what they think they are communicating may not be exactly what their players are hearing, and then work towards bridging any communication gaps that are present. We break down how coaches can begin to better communicate the knowledge they have and get on the same page with their team at all times in Episode 199.
In the first half of today’s episode we discuss a recent quote from Kobe about women’s basketball and ‘true fans of the game’, and finish with a second half covering LeBron’s comments on female coaching in the NBA.
In today’s player episode we challenge players to consider their ‘average speed’ over the last month of their workouts. Though some players may go all out for one workout a week, the players who can consistently put in quality work each and every day without completely emptying their tank are more likely to succeed and stay consistent in the long run.