Coaching a Realistic Perspective
Coaching: A Realistic Perspective is the ideal textbook for anyone who is preparing to coach athletics. All aspects of the profession are addressed in a clear and straightforward manner, presented with advice gained from decades of experience. The expanded and updated eighth edition examines the qualities of successful coaches--presenting tools for self-evaluation, recruiting, off-season planning, player and parent expectations of coaches, potential problem areas, and the balance between a coach's work life and personal and family life--a topic often overlooked in other textbooks.
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Considerations in the Life of a Coach
Points of Decision in Your Professional Career
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