Building a Program Series: Balancing the Negatives with the Positivesby Blitz Basketball Systems
Lesson #10 of the Building a Program Series - Balancing the Negatives with the Positives
This lesson is one of ten in our Building a Program series. This series focuses on a combination of off-court and on-court ideas that can take your program to the next level or build it from the ground up. These ideas have been built through 25 years of running a highly successful high school basketball program.
Each course in this series is a 2,000 word article that includes highly specific examples and ideas that can help you build your program. These writings are easy to read and are downloadable PDFs, so you can always save them.
Here is a short excerpt from this lesson, titled Balancing the Negatives and Positives
"Playing for an angry coach does not improve performance. It might improve effort or intensity in the short term (out of fear), but it does not lead to better passing, shooting, or ball handling. These are activities that require skill and practice and confidence. Being constantly yelled at actually makes executing these fine motor skills more difficult."
This course is all about the power of balancing the negatives and positives within your program!
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