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Coaching Principles

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Julie Guarasci

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of Coaching Principles

Coaching Styles What have you experienced? 1) Authoritarian
emphasises discipline
is well organized
may be feared and disliked, especially by spectators

2) Business Like logical approach and well planned
current on new strategies or technologies
may set goals too high for some athletes
3) Nice Gal/Guy well liked but sometimes taken advantage of
may alienate intense athletes 4) Intense emphasizes winning over all
high anxiety is often translated to players
may alienate easy-going athletes 5) Easy Going casual approach
doesn't often push athletes
usually well-liked
impression of not taking the sport seriously Autocratic versus Democratic ~ do-as-I-say approach
~ AUTOCRATIC TELLING: happy to instruct athletes and doesn't seek input
~ AUTOCRATIC SELLING: encourages questions and feedback but decision ultimately lies with the coach ~ encourages athletes to be fully involved
~ DEMOCRATIC SHARING: makes plans based on athlete's suggestions
~ DEMOCRATIC ALLOWING: allows athletes to create possible approaches and implement suggestions themselves PHILOSOPHY OF FAIR PLAY
NCCP has a philosophy of fair play
1) respect the rules of the game
2) respect the officials and their decisions
3) respect the opponent
4) provide equal opportunities
5) maintain dignity under ALL circumstances
The Role of the Coach What do you think? Maintain optimism Maintain self-esteem
Promote team work How do you promote team work for individual sports? team warm ups, team meetings, team planning sessions, team social events Provide balance and be an advocate for a healthy lifestyle Implement maximum participation Build a flexible program Make sure the personality and style fit Work with spectators/parents/colleagues Coaching Skills a) Communication
b) Understand training principles and learning styles
c) Understand limitations of athletes
d) Promote safety and reduce injury
e) Create appropriate training programs
f) Help athletes with imagery and relaxation
g) Reflect on the coach-athlete relationship
h) Provide guidance for athletes Winning should take the back seat to:
Goal attainment
Respect for opponents and officials NCCP: National Coaching Certification Program 5 Levels
Levels 1-3
geared towards coaches at the community, regional, and provincial sport levels
Study Theory (basic principles)
Technical (sport specifici)
Practical (hands-on instruction)

Level 4-5
geared towards coaches of national, international, and high-performance athletes

must have level 3 complete and a minimium of 3 years experience

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