Josh Schertz is in the process of building a successful program at Lincoln Memorial and on this episode he shares his secrets. One thing all coaches enjoy is learning from other coaches, in this episode, you’ll get an opportunity to learn from a coach who’s building correctly.
Archives for October 2016
Keith Spencer at Kingdom Performance is a great example of how to take your passion and calling and turn it into your career. Be inspired by Coach Spencer as you hear how he began building his business while playing overseas and how Kingdom Performance is growing in Texas.
Bigger than X’s & O’s, in this episode Adam and TJ dig in deeper to uncover the secrets coaches can explore to help get their players to their optimal state of performance. Get your notebooks out as you’ll walk away with some good takeaways guaranteed to help you today.
Coach Bob Hoffman has done it all in his coaching career and has the wisdom and insight to prove it. Be inspired by Coach Hoffman’s journey that has led him to Mercer.
Coach Paul Hewitt loves the game of the basketball and has seen all the game has to offer at every level. In this episode Coach Hewitt shares some personal stories and experiences that have helped him achieve the success he’s experienced in his career.
Every basketball team in the country starts with their first day of practice. With the excitement reminiscent of the first day of school, how do you properly set the tone for your year. We discuss in detail the dynamics of getting off to a great start on that first practice.
Playing for your parents and coaching your children is a very unique experience and one that seems to be growing in popularity. Former college basketball player Josh Templeton had such an amazing experience playing for his Dad he wrote a book titled “I Played for my Dad for 9 Years and We Still Talk” in honor of him. Join us in this discussion of managing this unique dynamic.
If you’re a college basketball fan you’ve seen the rise of Middle Tennessee State’s program. We peel back the layers of MTS’s success with head coach Kermit Davis.
You don’t get to over 700 wins by accident. You must be doing something right. Legendary Coach Eddie Martin shares his insight on what it takes to sustain a successful and prosperous coaching career.