Developing One's Coaching Philosophy
Dr. Daniel Frankl
Dr. Daniel Frankl has been a professor of kinesiology at UCLA for the past 21 years. He teaches sports psychology and sociology and is an avid cyclist, wind surfer and tennis player.
Dr. Frankl explains what a coaching philosophy is and the importance of developing one before beginning to coach a team. A personal philosophy is a reflection of who you are as a person and is based on your experiences. Topics such as a coach’s ego and self-esteem are discussed.
How to deal with a losing season, why young kids are better suited to individual sports as opposed to team sports and coaching your own child’s team are all explored.
Click on the play button on the right to learn:
- How a first time coach can develop his own philosophy
- The things a coach must learn before beginning to coach a new sport
- Why kids should be involved in team decisions
- The importance of over preparation
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