Making great drills

Making great drills

Why are drills important? Coming from a TGfU background, there is often little to be said about drills. Games yes, but not drills. Admittedly, it’s much harder to create a great game – one that really effectively overloads tactical decision making of some kind – than a great drill, but repetition is still important for … Continue reading »

It’s all about “buy in”

It’s all about “buy in”

Since this is my first blog post, I thought I’d write about the most important thing in the world where coaching is concerned: buy in. That’s getting the participants or players you’re working with to buy into your ideas. Whether it’s a complex strategic plan for an elite basketball squad, or single session with some … Continue reading »