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Title Coaching excellence / Frank Pyke : editor
Published Champaign, Ill. : Human Kinetics, [2013]


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Description xiii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I BEING A COACH -- 1.Roles and Responsibilities of the Coach -- 2.Coaching Styles and Skills -- 3.Qualities of Respected Coaches -- pt. II MANAGING THE PROGRAM -- 4.Planning and Evaluating the Program -- 5.Creating a Positive Team Culture -- 6.Relating to Others -- 7.Managing Risk -- pt. III DEVELOPING THE ATHLETE -- 8.Evaluating the Athlete -- 9.Designing a Training Program -- 10.Implementing Training Methods -- 11.Analysing Technique -- 12.Teaching Sport Skills -- 13.Sharpening Mental Skills -- 14.Advocating Appropriate Nutrition -- 15.Addressing Injuries and Illnesses -- 16.Nurturing Life Skills
Summary No single resource can convey everything that a coach should know and do. So Coaching Excellence does the next best thing: it builds on the basics to provide you with a wealth of information so you can become more adept in your role as an excellent coach. Eighteen experts offer the best knowledge, research and insights that you can apply in working with your athletes, players and teams. Throughout the text, you will find proven strategies, advice and insights. From evaluating and teaching skills to motivation, nutrition and safety, Coaching Excellence is the complete guide to becoming a complete coach
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Athletes -- Training of.
Coaching (Athletics)
Coaching (Athletics) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals.
Author Pyke, Frank S.
ISBN 145042337X (paperback)
9781450423373 (paperback)