We all have limitations in how we perceive and remember things. This is something important to keep in mind when we think about what's happening.
Here is a report of what I saw and heard when we hosted a Gold Medal Squared coaching clinic for the staff at Charleston Academy.
A comment about some research into serve reception seems to provide an example of a failure to actually read the research and/or to understand the results.
A coaching friend of mine from England attended the 2018 AVCA Spring Conference. It was his first time at an AVCA event. Here's his report.
Coaching education tends to suffer from too much focus on things that play a minor part in coaching and not enough of the stuff that we think really matters.
Coaching is not something you just start doing, contrary to what many players seem to think. It's a challenge requiring constant education and development.
I attended the 2017 USA Volleyball High Performance Coaches Clinic for the second time. Here's an overview of what went on.
I took part in the 2017 USA Volleyball Coaches Accreditation Program (CAP) Level III course. Here is how it was structured and my thoughts.