Another season has come and gone. Unless you’re holding the trophy at the end (and maybe even if you’re holding the trophy), there’s at least one thing you need to fix or update in your system. No system is perfect, and some are just bad.
On this episode Joe and Daniel discuss why you shouldn’t throw your system out, how to evaluate it to make some corrections, and what changes you can make without a wholesale change.
Every season we learn lessons as coaches. What are we good at, what are we bad at, what do we need to expand or contract in our playbook and system. This year was no different.
On this episode Joe and Daniel are going through YOUR lessons learned from YOUR season.
Toxicity happens in every profession. It happens on Wall Street, it happens in the military, and it happens in sports.
Generally, it’s magnified in positions when the rules or positions put a toxic person “in charge” of others. This is especially an issue when that group is made up of kids that can’t take a stand against the toxicity.
On this episode, Joe and Daniel discuss what a Toxic Coach looks like, why you need to deal with them now rather than later, and just how you can go about letting a coach go.
As the off season begins for many across the country, it’s time to focus on what you need to improve for next year. Without a doubt, many of you have strength and speed on your improvement list. But, it’s not just THAT you hit the weight room. It’s HOW you hit the weight room that matters.
On this episode Joe and Daniel discuss the importance of using the weight room, why you need to have a program to follow, and what that program should consist of.