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Managing the Difficult Athlete. Responsibility. In any given situation as a leader, if you have a conflict, you are at least 50% of the problem. Be willing to accept this responsibility Doesn’t mean you or your philosophy or agenda is bad. Self Review. Self Review. Why do you coach?

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responsibility
Responsibility
  • In any given situation as a leader, if you have a conflict, you are at least 50% of the problem.
  • Be willing to accept this responsibility
  • Doesn’t mean you or your philosophy or agenda is bad.
self review1
Self Review
  • Why do you coach?
  • How strong is your knowledge base?
  • What is your coaching/leadership style?
  • Organization skills?
  • Clear seasonal goals?
the athlete s issues
The Athlete’s Issues
  • Home life
  • Improper Nutrition
  • Coach/Athlete Disconnects
  • Overtraining
  • Lack of Proper Goals
  • Focus
  • School Pressures
  • Poorly designed practice plans
coaching disconnects
Coaching Disconnects
  • Coach’s goals
  • Athlete’s goals
  • Team goals
  • Are we there yet?
overtraining
Overtraining
  • Fatigue beyond normal limits
  • Repeated errors or poor cue reads
  • Irritability
  • Nagging injuries
  • Dehydration
  • Loss of weight
  • Swollen glands
recovery
Recovery
  • Proper practice plans
  • Proper weight training goals and protocols
  • Rest
  • Icing
  • Pool work
  • Massage
goals
Goals
  • Goal Definition
  • Not having a goal is a goal
  • Goal attainment strategy
  • Make it real
break it down
Break it down
  • Break each “problem” down to its component parts
  • Solve the simplest problem first and move up
  • Big problems start with small issues
break it down1
Break it down
  • Break important goals down into their component parts
  • Strategize the easily solvable
  • Make it attainable and modifiable