Preparing The Successful Coach by Matt GarrettPreparing The Successful Coach by Matt Garrett

Preparing The Successful Coach

byMatt Garrett

Paperback | January 4, 2008

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This easy-to-read guide prepares future coaches of all levels and all sports for scenarios and issues they will encounter during their careers. Preparing the Successful Coach provides instructors and students with a springboard to discuss issues that are often overlooked in coaching preparation programs. Students are able to look at scenarios from multiple viewpoints and learn to problem solve effectively.
Title:Preparing The Successful CoachFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:272 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.6 inShipping dimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.6 inPublished:January 4, 2008Publisher:Jones & Bartlett LearningLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0763740993

ISBN - 13:9780763740993

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Table of Contents

Section One: Coaching PhilosophyChapter 1: Developing a Coaching Philosophy: What Makes a Good Coach?Chapter 2: Ethics and SportsmanshipChapter 3: Balancing Coaching with Other Professional DutiesChapter 4: Balancing Coaching with Family and Personal TimeChapter 5: Professional AdvancementSection Two: A Coach's ConstituentsChapter 6: The Relationship with the Athletic Director and Other Head CoachesChapter 7: The Assistant CoachChapter 8: Parent-Coach RelationshipChapter 9: The Relationship with the Junior High, Middle School, and Other Amateur Sports ProgramsChapter 10: Other ConstituentsSection Three: Developing the TeamChapter 11: Selecting the SquadChapter 12: Coach-Player RelationshipsChapter 13: The Star Athlete and the Third-StringerChapter 14: The Starting Line-Up and the BenchChapter 15: The Multiple-Sport Athlete and the CoachChapter 16: GoalsChapter 17: Team Rules and ConsequencesSection IV: Team PsychologySection Four: Team PsychologyChapter 18: MotivationChapter 19: ConfidenceChapter 20: ConfrontationSection V: Team PhysiologyChapter 21: Playing Injured PlayersChapter 22: Body CompositionChapter 23: Ergogenic AidsChapter 24: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Illicit DrugsSection Six: The Coach as AdministratorChapter 25: Planning PracticeChapter 26: SchedulingChapter 27: Overnight Trip and Travel ConsiderationsChapter 28: College RecruitmentChapter 29: StatisticsChapter 30: Game Day and the Off-SeasonSection Seven: Coaching IssuesChapter 31: Legal IssuesChapter 32: Student-Athletes Who Violate the LawChapter 33: HazingChapter 34: Classism and RacismChapter 35: Religious IssuesChapter 36: AcademicsChapter 37: Sex and Gender IssuesChapter 38: The SummerConclusionChapter 39: Practice Test Questions