Many dream of becoming a top-class coach at the highest level of sport, however doing so will not come easy, with a number of steps having to be taken. Simply collecting coaching badges is no longer enough, so just how can coaches achieve their goals in this area?
A recent study, carried out by UK Coaching, found that experiences away from formal coaching education have helped individuals in reaching an elite environment. A number of common themes were raised by this research also, with participants having been asked individually about their development history. Let’s take a closer look at the different findings in more detail.
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The new Premier League season kicks off this weekend, with professional clubs up and down the country having been stepping up preparations over recent weeks in order to give themselves the best possible chance of making a good start, as well as ultimately having a successful campaign overall. But just how can coaches at a more recreational level ensure that their team is ready by the time the new season rolls around?
There are a number of reasons as to children must be supported when it comes to playing sport, including the learning of new skills, physical activity and social interaction. However, with there being some health and safety concerns attached too, it is important for parents and coaches to be aware of how youngsters can best avoid injuries.