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Everything Coaches Need to Consider When Testing Athletes
By Alana Gillmore
Whether you’re coaching cyclists, runners or nordic skiers, testing is essential in gauging fitness and progress....
Helping Athletes Harness Failure
By Patrick Smith
“An athlete who is effective at contextually assessing their own performance will engage more flexibly with...
Building An Inspirational Triathlon Community with Joy Miles
Coach Joy Miles has a passion for helping athletes from all skill levels feel comfortable and confident in the world of...
No More Screaming on the Sidelines: How to Work with Controversial Parents of Junior Athlete
By Mackenzie Madison
Enthusiasm & support are great, but too much can be a nightmare for coaches. Here are expert tips on how to handle...
Coach Collaboration: Become a Better Collaborator
By Jen Rulon & Philip Hatzis
In part three of the three-part series, coaches Jen & Philip discuss what to bring to the table in order to maximize...
Keep Calm and Coach On (Through the Pandemic)
By Dr. Rick Kattouf
If your athletes are feeling depressed or overwhelmed through the current pandemic, never fear. Test out these 3 simple...
Dial Back the Intensity During COVID-19
By Philip Hatzis
Struggling with an athlete who is itching to train hard? Here’s how to convince them to dial it back and reallocate...
Five Easy Ways to Support Athletes During Uncertain Times
By Simon Ward
These are challenging times for everyone. During a crisis, some coaches step up to the plate while others crumble under the...
Retain Your Athletes Through COVID-19
By Menachem Brodie
Now is more important than ever for your athletes to feel appreciated & heard. Use these empathy practices to keep...
Adjusting Endurance Training During Major Life Changes
By Taylor Thomas
Dynamic circumstances call for dynamic solutions. Find ways to keep your athletes feeling motivated and supported...
How to Share Your Athletic Achievements with Athletes You Coach
By Matt Fitzgerald
No one wants to listen to their coach rant & rave about their ‘glory days,’ but there are ways to...
The Three Most Powerful Words a Coach Can Say to an Athlete Are “I Don’t Know”
By Matt Fitzgerald
Don’t be scared—the effect of saying “I don’t know” to your athletes is usually the opposite of...