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Some Great Sports Coaching Podcasts

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Bo's interview with James Parris, host of the sports coaching skills podcast, is one of our favorites. Bo and James discuss a variety of subjects in the podcast, ranging from the work we perform at Athlete Assessments to Bo's professional rowing career, in which he won three Olympic medals in four Olympic appearances. They also go over how to work with your team through this trying time, how to develop accountability in your athletes, how to build healthy conflict with your way to achieve overall performance, how to develop psychological safety within a team, and how to relinquish power as a coach while still creating and maintaining close relationships with your athletes. 

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Business coaching podcast is a lifetime commitment to learning, improving, and encouraging others to improve. It is both a science and an art. It's the skill of motivating others to change via the emotional connection. How do you become a coach – and, perhaps more importantly, how do you become a good coach? – is the question. It's all about figuring out what your genuine coaching talents are - the talents you'll need to become the coach you want to be. Coaches all over the globe have long been frustrated by the fact that most coaching schools do not teach you how to coach! The majority of coaching courses – you know the ones I'm talking about - the ones run by national athletic organizations – seem to be focused on teaching you how to do everything but coach. 

A normal coaching course will teach you about sports science. You'll learn about periodization and planning ideas and ideas. Physiology, biomechanics, sports psychology, skill learning, nutrition, and performance analysis are among the topics covered in lectures. Coaching courses, on the other hand, rarely teach you how to coach. Consider that for a moment. When the last time you took a coaching course that genuinely was taught you how to connect, engage, and inspire players' hearts and minds? Can you recall listening to a football coaching podcast that taught you how to train personal qualities such as commitment, boldness, resilience, and governance? The issue with most coaching courses is that they do not teach you how to coach. 

We believe that you already know the majority of what you need to know about coaching. If you want, you can get what you put into coaching out of it! Sports science, periodization, and the overall content of coaching courses are critical components of your coaching knowledge base. The skill of coaching, on the other hand, - your capacity to form and maintain good connections with athletes – is already within you. It's only a matter of being willing to share it with others.  Every week, we welcome coaches from a variety of sports, settings, and experiences to examine and discuss topics in sports coaching academia, as well as explain how we may begin to use these concepts in our life coaching podcasts as coaches. Explorethespacehow.com named the basketball coaching podcast one of the best 20 sports coach podcasts to listen to in 2021. 

   

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