Some Food for Thought

  • Specialize in being a generalist.
  • Seek knowledge, not information.
  • Balance theory and practice (Art and Science).
  • Don’t ever forget it is not about you, it is about the athlete.
  • Create and foster independence in the athlete.
  • Be a leader.
  • Development takes time – the process is cumulative.
  • Have a plan, execute the plan, and evaluate the results.
  • Coach the complete athlete – the 24-hour athlete.
  • Find mentors, not gurus!

If you are interested in learning more about these ideas join us in June at GAIN. Go to and apply to join a select group of professionals interested in “Coaching the Best to Be Better.”

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