I posted in my 2022 review the most-read posts from the blog last year. Here I want to share with you the most-read pieces of content I shared with subscribers to my weekly newsletter. This is the top 10 based on reader clicks.

  1. Get Rid of “Time Sucks” in Practice – Jim Stone
  2. 6 Game Changing Weapons for Setters – JVA blog
  3. Move your feet or move your platform? – this blog
  4. Get Quality Practices Using Logistics – SportsEd.tv
  5. Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Serve Zones – Joe Trinsey
  6. Rethinking Timeouts – Jim Stone
  7. Using exercise as punishment – Twitter thread from Steve Magness (author of Do Hard Things)
  8. 5 coaching practices that help learning – Facebook post from Dan Abrahams
  9. USA Volleyball Coach Academy
  10. A story about how a coach, despite good intentions, messed up an athlete – Facebook post from Dan Abrahams

It’s interesting that there’s more diversity of contribution to this list for 2022 than was the case in 2021. Last time around there were only 5 different contributors whereas this time there were 8. It’s the same when you look broader at the top 40 or so links. I wonder if that’s more about my selection of content to share or something else.

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John Forman
John Forman

John is currently the Talent Strategy Manager (oversees the national teams) and Indoor Performance Director for Volleyball England, as well as Global Director for Volleyball for Nation Academy. His volleyball coaching experience includes all three NCAA divisions, plus Junior College, in the US; university and club teams in the UK; professional coaching in Sweden; and both coaching and club management at the Juniors level. He's also been a visiting coach at national team, professional club, and juniors programs in several countries. Learn more on his bio page.

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