In this entry to my Technical Director's log I talk about some of the things I did during the last couple weeks of practice before the holidays.
A fellow blogger has some advice for players looking to become powerful hitters. I share some of my own thoughts and observations to the conversation.
The presumption is that team-bonding exercises are a good way to create unity. Apparently, though, there's research saying just the opposite.
Comments from a brain researcher at an exercise science conference speak to the influance of the coaching environment we create on our athletes.
Peak - Secrets from the New Science of Expertise helps you understand what the concept of deliberate practice means and how to apply it.
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.
Goals can be very useful things, which is why they are so often encouraged. There is a downside to them, though, that is little talked about.
The last couple of weeks of work in my role as Technical Director at Charleston Academy have focused on our coaching and how it can be better.