One day I’ll get back to writing about sports and coaching, though at the moment, the nature of this reality, consciousness, who we are and other topics are much more fascinating subject area and topics to explore.
One Day – Opshop
I’m currently not coaching at the level that I used to be for a variety of reasons, though still at the same time I am exploring for new information, or new ways of doing the same things, and it’s always amazing how small differences can make such big changes.
And of course I’m always looking for information, techniques and exercises for instilling the core skills into the players being coached.
Split Vision Tutorial – Field Hockey
So I haven’t completely forgotten about coaching, and one day I’ll be back into the full swing of things and bring in more information, though one can check out the huge number of posters on this website on coaching to see the work previously done, such as:
As we all develop and grow, our priorities change, though what we learn in one area, we can apply to others, for the more information that one can gather, the simpler it can become.
And the following are four observations made many years ago when I was deep into trying to come to a greater understanding of the coaching process.
Regardless of how good you are, without a desire to improve and a willingness to practice, you’ll never be the best you can be
No one way is ever right, some are just more effective than others
The difference between being positive or negative is a state of mind
If something looks simple, then there’s been a lot of thought gone into it