Self-confidence removes fear and doubt and allows the athlete to play loose, aggressive, and most importantly without the fear of failure. There is no question that an athlete’s self-confidence correlates to their performance in practice and games.
Camps have traditionally been an integral part of the summer experience. Kids looking to improve at their sport and build their strength and conditioning now have a better option – Small Group Training.
Unfinished business is a positive spin on the construct of “failure”. True failure occurs only rarely, such as outright giving up. Most times, it is a matter of figuring out what went right (always start with a positive) and what needs to be fixed, and then trying again.
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The StriveFar team had the opportunity to meet with Director of Coaching for The Colorado Storm to discuss the benefits of team and individual coaching in soccer. Tiffeny has an IMPRESSIVE resume and her own Wikipedia Page. Take a minute to watch the video – the video is short but the insight is thoughtful and extremely Read more about Benefits Of Team Coaching & Individual Coaching In Soccer – Tiffeny Milbrett[…]
How you as a parent can tell if a coach is actually coaching your son or daughter.
During my year of soccer coaching in Denver, Colorado I have been startled at how loud and rambunctious a group of players can be off the field, yet as soon as they step over that line onto the pitch, a painful silence pollutes the air. On one side of the pitch, you have the loudest Read more about How to Encourage Communication in Youth Soccer[…]
We want to provide you with some ideas to get your first 5 clients up and running within the first couple of months. For 1 hour per client per week, that can bring you in $1000 a month, just by working 5 hours a week (based on a $50 per hour rate). 5 hours. That’s Read more about 8 steps to get your first 5 clients. 5 clients = 5 hours a week = $12,000 a year.[…]
We’ve all been there. Laid out a few cones. Told our athletes how the drill works. And they’re doing it. They’re focused, they’re enjoying the drill, they hit some good shots and do things successfully. Parents are looking on at little Johnny because he’s playing so well. Awesome – we’re coaching! Job done! Well unfortunately Read more about Be Honest, Are You Organising Or Coaching?[…]
If you haven’t done private coaching before, it can be a bit of a daunting task. We all get taught how to coach, but we only ever get taught how to coach in a team situation. No one has ever run a training course for private coaches – what to do before the session; what Read more about 6 Steps To Prepare For Your Private Coaching Session[…]