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Sport Coaching Resource of the Month–October 2012

Continuing with my blogging on free online coaching education opportunities, October’s coaching resource of the month is the National Federation of High Schools aka NFHS. Found online at the NFHS Learning Center, NFHS’ Coaching Education offers a number of courses for free to any coach.  The free courses include: A Guide to Heat Acclimatization and …

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Sport Coaching Resource of the Month-September 2012

This month I am starting a new area to focus on with our monthly Sport Coaching Resource; free online coaching education and training.  I have four courses/sources identified so far.  If you know of one, please drop me a note or make a comment here. This month’s free coaching education online course comes to us …

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June 2012 Coaching Resource of the Month–Respect in Sport

The Institute for Sport Coaching is proud to announce it has partnered with Respect in Sport, Canada’s only interactive, online certification program, to provide the best possible online training for coaches and parent to protect our youth and enhance an organization’s mandate for safe, fun and respectful environments for all. Respect in Sport was developed …

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May 2012 Resource of the Month

Several years ago I had the pleasure of meeting a recent graduate, Brad Stoffers, from Boston University’s masters program in coaching education.  Brad immediately impressed me with his intelligence and passion for coaching education.  In the time since his graduation, Brad has created a great resource for coaches of all sports.  I highly recommend you …

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April Coaching Resource of the Month

One strength and conditioning coach that I pay particular attention to is Vern Gambetta.  Vern is a well published and respected expert regarding the training of athletes.  One thing I really enjoy about Vern is his dedication to continual learning–he does not stop looking, researching and experimenting to find new ways to aid athletes. You …

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