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Developing a Coaching “Philosophy”

Posted 3 years ago Niklas Cederström 3 minute read comments

Most coaches that I’ve encountered have what they call a “coaching philosophy” which seems to me a quite broad and unexplained term. It can […]

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How a Coach’s Pedagogical Philosophy Impacts the Intrinsic Motivation of Athletes

Posted 4 years ago Amy Rew 2 minute read comments

Intrinsic motivation can be defined as “engaging in an activity for itself and for the pleasure and satisfaction derived from participation” (Vallerand, 2004). The […]

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Which is best for high performance team support? Coaching or playing experience?

Posted 4 years ago Keith Begley 2 minute read comment

There are many variables that impact on the success of a team. One variable widely acknowledged is the contribution of a coach or manager. Across […]

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6 questions to ask when developing a coaching philosophy

Posted 7 years ago BelievePerform 0 minute read comments
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