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Coach to Coach: Making Your Off-Season Count, Part IIby: Bryon Hamilton
Head Coach, Foothill High School, Palo Cedro (CA)
© January 2011
Last month, I wrote about some simple steps in evaluating a season that does not meet expectations. I touched on a few of the areas that I feel are critical in assessing these types of seasons. The areas include communication, off season training programs and evaluating returning players’ strengths and weaknesses and adjusting schemes accordingly. But what about the seasons that exceed our expectations? The seasons when things went right. Seasons when players and coaches came together to produce excellent results.
As coaches, we must dissect and evaluate the reasons for success with the same vigor and resolve as we did the unsuccessful season. When success is achieved, it is easy to fall into the trap of “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”. To some extent that is true, but I like the following quote by ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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