Monthly Archives: December 2011

Consider a Different Approach to Winning – John Wooden Did

TweetThe Wizard of Westwood knew a thing or two about winning basketball games. John Wooden also knew how to take those ideas and apply them in practical ways that translated into winning not just basketball games but national championships. Wooden’s … Continue reading

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Entering the Coaching Profession: Things I Wish I Had Known!

TweetI Wish I Had Known! A recent college graduate, newly married and full of optimism and energy, I eagerly set about the task of making my mark in my chosen career, coaching and education. Newly equipped with skills and ideas … Continue reading

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Rules for Designing Your Own Quick Hitters: Start With the Alignment

TweetDesigning Your Own Quick Hitter Five elements of designing a good quick hitter include: 1) Starting with the alignment: Ask the question “what alignment can I use to negate as many advantages as possible for the defense?” For example, one … Continue reading

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