(Rental)-Knight School: Teaching Coaches How To Coach (knight)
Knight School: Teaching Coaches How to Coach
Are looking for coaching wisdom from one of the greats in any sport? Legendary college coach Bob Knight answers over 70 questions pertaining to successful coaching in the this unique DVD presentation. Knight, of course, won over 900 career games as a head coach at Army, Indiana and Texas Tech. He won three national championships (1976, 1981, and 1987) as the head coach of the Hoosiers and led the 1984 U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal.
In this presentation, Knight addresses a wide range of topics concerning coaching and a coach’s off-the-court responsibilities. There are plenty of ideas here for coaches at all levels to employ in their programs to help them become more successful.
As any coach knows, the success of a program is entirely about on-the-court production and performance. It is also dependent upon what happens off the court. Coach Knight breaks down his beliefs and thoughts on topics such as building your team, a coaching staff, and a program.
The wide variety of topics Knight addresses includes the following:
- Developing a coaching philosophy
- Dealing with players and their parents
- Determining team rules
- Strength and conditioning
- Team and coaches meetings
- Calling timeouts in games
- Staff responsibilities
- Scouting reports
- Handling injuries
- Hiring assistant coaches
- Marketing your program
- Characteristics of a successful coach
- Fund raising
- Team bonding and goal setting
- Dealing with other coaches at your school
- Motivating individual players
- Time management
- Bench dynamics
- Playing on the road
- And many more!
If you have been searching for how to build and improve your program, Coach Knight’s presentation is the answer. Rent this How to Coach Basketball DVD today.