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Coaching competitive team sports for girls and women

by Hally Beth Poindexter

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Published by Saunders in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports for women,
  • Coaching (Athletics),
  • Group games

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] Hally B. W. Poindexter [and] Carole L. Mushier.
    ContributionsMushier, Carole L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV709 .P57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 244 p.
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5304035M
    ISBN 10072167271X
    LC Control Number72086453
    OCLC/WorldCa600421

    Championships Results Database (Search by team, year and/or student-athlete through ; sports available are DI baseball, softball, and track and field, and all divisions of volleyball and football). Books shelved as sports-coaches: Wooden on Leadership: How to Create a Winning Organization by John Wooden, They Call Me Coach by John Wooden, Success Is.

      6 Tips for Successfully Coaching a Youth Sports Team Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Mike McInelly. As the youngest of 4 athletic brothers and a 3-sport all-state sister, I grew up being towed around to hundreds of my siblings’ games and tournaments.   Some sports are ready-made for a discussion about the influence of team culture on individual and team performance. Team sports, such as basketball, football, and soccer, require that time and energy be devoted to building a culture that will lead to success. Without this discussion, the chances of a team being successful are small.

      And that's because men's teams in professional sports don't even seem to consider hiring a woman to coach their teams. Consider the career of Cheryl Reeve. In , Reeve became the head coach . Which of the following is not a difference between coaching boys and coaching girls? Girls tend to place more emphasis on teamwork, self-improvement, and team goals. Boys tend to blame a poor outcome on outside forces, such as officials, weather, or illegal play by an opponent. Girls enjoy sport more if the coach provides a cooperative atmosphere.


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Coaching competitive team sports for girls and women by Hally Beth Poindexter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Poindexter, Hally Beth. Coaching competitive team sports for girls and women. Philadelphia, Saunders,   Nicole M.

LaVoi is a Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology and Co-Director of the Tucker Center for Girls & Women at the University of Minnesota, USA, and former collegiate tennis coach and USPTA tennis teaching professional. Her research pertains to gender and coaching, and media portrayals of women in sport.

She is the primary author of the longitudinal Women in College Coaching and 5/5(2). Women in Sports highlights notable women's contributions to competitive athletics to inspire readers young and old. Keeping girls interested in sports Author: Kerri Jarema.

Discover the best Sports Psychology in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Their relationship with you as the coach is especially critical to their happiness, coach-ability and peak performance. As a coach of young women you must understand that it’s relationships that primarily motivate young women.

In this way girls are very different than boys. Boys are far more task oriented. That is true whether in comparison to the girls who play sports, or to the girls who don’t. Authors. Ethan J. Skolnick is a longtime sports columnist who covers the Miami Heat at home and on the road for the Palm Beach Post.

He appears regularly from 1 to 3 p.m. Let me state clearly up front that I think there are MANY more similarities in how men and women approach sport and competition than there are differences. The Psychology of Coaching applies equally to both genders.

Coaches of male teams and female teams can learn much from each other. Thus, my intent is not to be divisive or derogatory in any way. Coach K’s second book to make our must-read list.

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Television shows and movies don’t portray women as competitive or aggressive, so this oftentimes needs to be taught. Michele Lewis Watts once spoked at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Women in Sports Leadership Conference, offering these eight recommendations for coaching girls.

--Ron Kravette, Head-Coach Boston University Synchronized Skating Team, Coach to National Champions and World Competitors From the Back Cover This book answers the tough questions including how to handle disgruntled parents, troublemakers, and balancing playing time in a fun yet competitive s: 8.

“Coaching girls”: A content analysis of best-selling popular press coaching books. Women in Sport & Physical Activity Journal, 15(4), MacKinnon, V. Techniques for instructing female athletes in traditionally male sports: A case study of LPGA teaching professionals.

The International Journal of Sport and Society, 2(1),   Keeping Girls in Sport coach training module. Recently I completed the Keeping Girls in Sport coach training module from Canadian Tire Jumpstart so I could share information about it.

The program quoted a lot of research as to why girls play sports, what makes them stay, and why they quit. Some themes that came up throughout the day included the importance of mentors, role models, and asking women to coach – asking female athletes if they’ve considered coaching after college, asking moms to coach youth sports teams, asking alumni of after school sports programs to give back through coaching.

Support from administrators. Despite her parents’ disapproval, she joins a local women’s team, where she befriends Jules (a pre-Pirates Keira Knightley), falls for her dreamy Irish coach.

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This is the motivational and sensational story of a women’s basketball team that in the season worked its way to an unbelievable defeat of the number one ranked team, the College of New Jersey, despite the challenges of being deaf. When coaching girls teams, you will find that you can utilize natural leaders much more to create a cohesive team environment.

Nominate your captains and mentor them in leadership. Let them do more of the work and create the kind of community girls crave in their sports. This little book is a gem. I'm a volleyball coach of 15 to 16 year old girls, and have been coaching this age group for many years.

I've had many many interesting situations arise over the years and there isn't one that was not covered in this s: All ages & skill levels. Click on any book below to learn more. Then steroids australia. This year I am coaching a competitive U15 Girls team and goalkeepers for competitive Boys.

I will share session plans here to show how our books can be used in practice. Receiving ball under pressure: Receiving. Books depicting strong sporty/athletic girls - girls who can probably kick guys' ass =) Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

After watching a disastrous high school male coaching flop that led to humiliation for most of the girls on the team last year, (and having been a former high school standout athlete coached by a woman), the author hits every legitimate point in the difference of the sexes with regard to competitive s: The coach tends to gain the girls’ respect more quickly.

However, girls tend to shut down with a hard line coaching approach. Having fun is relative to each gender. There are subtle differences in what both genders enjoy in sports competition.

Of course both boys and girls enjoy winning as opposed to losing.