As stated in other posts here on EducatedCoaches.com, the experiences we create for young participants are vital to developing a lasting love for the game. It is my observation of the game of baseball that the experiences that are currently being created at an early age are nowhere near the best possible opportunities for falling in… Continue reading Baseball – State of the Game Part II
Matt Waymont is adding into our series on the Education of a Coach. Matt who is a former player at Mars Hill College has been applying the trade of coaching at Storm Soccer Academy since 2010. During this time, he has learned that his favorite group to work with and introduce the game of soccer to… Continue reading The Education of a Coach Part V – Sport Introduction for Young Participants
Part 4 of Who am I When discussing interests and enthusiasm with my athletes I often ask for a school class/subject that they do not enjoy. I may hear things like math, or english, or even chemistry. My next question to them is why don’t you like this class/subject? The common answer I get is… Continue reading My Interests: How Do They Affect My Choices
In my last post I talked about how the choices we make shape who we are. This bigger question I have coming from that post is why do we make those choices? What influences me to make the choices I have chosen? To truly understand why we make certain choices, we must look at the… Continue reading Who Am I and What Do I Know?