Manage episode 306908318 series 2899507
- 0:39 - Balancing development of athletes, starting from a young age and lasting as they become older.
- 0:42 - David Epstein - “cult of the head start” (balancing long term development and short term development in terms of success).
- 1:55 - John’s thoughts on how playtime should be treated with young athletes.
- 3:45 - Practice planning example: what John would do in one hour of practice.
- 4:05 - “Play practice play” model.
- 6:42 - Helpful advice coaches should give from the sidelines.
- 7:10 - Developing intuition and independent problem solving within young athletes.
- 9:11 - Effective debriefing post match.
- 10:49 - Effectively coaching young kids who are easily distracted or not paying attention.
- 11:07 - Creating standards.
- 11:59 - Quick, rapidly moving games to keep kids attentive.
- 14:37 - Tips for maintaining attention during offtimes where coaches may want to explain or demo a drill.
- 16:03 - Working with kids who demonstrate a lack of effort during practice.
- 17:06 - Trying to figure out why they might be not putting in effort during practice.
- 17:29 - Kids that are not trying vs. kids that are disrupting practice.
- 18:07 - In a situation with a variety of skill levels, challenging kids at a higher level while also not drowning out kids of a lower level.
- 20:39 - The greatest takeaways from all the interviews John has done.
- 20:59 - Importance of humility.
- 21:26 - Understanding that the core tenet of coaching is love (both the sports and the athletes).
- 22:46 - John’s plans on upcoming live and virtual coaching development programs.
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