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Athletes and their coaches are increasingly using smart wearables to track athlete performance both during athlete selection and training. In this article we discuss five wearable devices companies that are tracking athlete performance across a variety of sports.
It's that time of year. Hot seats have turned into empty seats on the college football head coaching carousel. There's one impact of those changes no one is talking about: facilities projects.
Speculation has swirled around the Sacramento Kings' latest drama between the front office and head coach Dave Joerger. But for the sake of a developing roster and a team starting to taste success, cooler heads on both sides must prevail.
There is plenty at stake for Argentina as they prepare to face the Barbarians at TwickenhamMario Ledesma has made 10 changes to his Argentina team for their match against the Barbarians at Twickenham on Saturday. Ten months out from the World Cup the head coach is using the game as an opportunity to give some of his younger players another taste of international rugby, as he tries to increase the strength in depth of his squad before they face England and France in their pool in Japan.Two of his team – the prop Juan Pablo Zeiss and the full-back Juan Cruz Mallia – are starting a Test for the first time and three more – the prop Mayco Vivas, the flanker Santiago Grondona and the centre Santiago Carreras – could all make their debuts off the bench. Continue reading...
Reports say Drotske is stable after losing a third of his bloodEx-team-mate Os du Randt also caught up in Pretoria incidentWorld Cup-winning hooker Naka Drotske is said to be in a stable condition after the former South Africa international was shot three times during an attempted robbery in Pretoria on Thursday.Local media reported that the former Cheetahs player and coach had lost almost a third of his blood in the incident, was in intensive care at the city’s Montana Hospital, but was out of immediate danger. Continue reading...
NO BIAS TO SEE HERE; MOVE ALONG, PLEASE: Washington Post Slaps Brett Kavanaugh Across the Face by Re…
NO BIAS TO SEE HERE; MOVE ALONG, PLEASE: Washington Post Slaps Brett Kavanaugh Across the Face by Reporting His Return to Coaching in the “Public Safety” Section.
As crazy as Bob Knight was as Indiana basketball coach, he had this other side you wouldn't believe. You have to hear this.
After 412 days without a permanent head coach, the U.S. men's national team is reportedly on the cusp of hiring Columbus Crew coach Gregg Berhalter.
Tapestry (TPR) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
ferrantraite/Getty Images More than just lightly toasted, your brain feels singed. You’re burned out, and the cumulative stress makes it hard to decide what to eat for dinner, let alone come up with innovative ideas. But people are still expecting you to produce creative solutions despite your current mental state. What do you do? If you find yourself in this situation, I can’t offer any guarantees that epiphanies will come to you. But I can offer ideas based on my experience as a time management coach and on the science of how our brains work that can give you the best possible odds of coming up with some decent new thoughts. To start, you need to let go of trying to “make yourself” come up with something creative. If you’re already struggling with stress, threatening yourself can further trigger the fight-or-flight mode. This causes you to operate out of the primal, least creative part of your brain. So instead of saying to yourself, “I must be creative,” or “This has to happen now,” it’s better to tell yourself something like, “I’m going to see what happens,” “I’m going to explore this possibility,” or “I’m going to play around with some ideas.” You want to create a sense of psychological safety so you don’t experience debilitating performance pressure. Once you’ve created psychological safety, then experiment with activities that can trigger the “diffuse-thinking” state. This type of thinking is one in which your brain operates in a looser manner, searching to make connections between different parts of your brain versus operating in the established neuropaths followed in the “focused-thinking” state. Activities like walking, napping, eating, or taking other sorts of breaks naturally put you into the diffuse state and open your mind up to new possibilities. To maximize the benefits of these in-between times, avoid multi-tasking and let your mind explore a particular idea. For example, you could feed your brain these kinds of prompts: What might be involved in making this promotion a success? Or what might happen if we approached our customers in a different way? An openness of mind and non-judgment toward the quality or quantity of your thoughts gives space for creativity to come forth. In particular, I find that I am most creative when I not only am giving myself space from my computer but also positioning myself in a “happy place.” In the warmer months, that’s somewhere outside preferably along a lake. In the cooler months, it’s likely a coffee shop with a fireplace. Beautiful, peaceful surroundings lift my spirits and creative mental capacity. Some of my coaching clients have found their happy, creative spaces in historic libraries, art museums, or even browsing through boutique shops. Know which environments naturally give you pleasure and immerse yourself in them to allow positive thoughts to arise. If you still feel stuck and just can’t come up with something new, then you may want to give your brain more material to work with. This could look like reading on the topic, taking a field trip to a place where you can see other people’s creative solutions to a similar problem, or talking to experts. Sometimes by seeing what other people have done, you can come up with new ways to approach your own situation. And then to even further increase your opportunity for breakthrough moments, collaborate with others. Alternating between solo thinking and time in groups proves the most effective way to develop the most creative thoughts. Have a brainstorming meeting with colleagues, get together for coffee with a friend, or do problem solving with a consultant. Two or more brains can work better than one. The process of talking through ideas can stimulate new thoughts and challenge your thinking. Finally, give yourself time. When your brain operates at full capacity, you may have the ability to come up with creative thoughts on the fly. But when you’re less than 100%, you’ll have a much better chance of success by giving your brain time to percolate on ideas for a few days. When you’re mind feels blank and all you want to do is zone out, it’s more difficult but not impossible to experience your breakthrough. By putting yourself in the right mental state and environments, you can find your creativity.
Damian Lillard torches Orlando for 23 points and a franchise-record 7 3-pointers in the third quarter as the Trail Blazers defeat Orlando to end a three-game losing streak and give coach Terry Stotts his 400th career victory.
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Arsenal’s Australian coach fixed a leaky defence then introduced ‘balance and management’ to startling effectHow do you build a buccaneering team who sweep away all before them? A team who suffer a 3-1 cup final defeat by invincible double winners but demolish them 5-0 in their next meeting to maintain an unbeaten start to a new season?Joe Montemurro’s three-quarter season in charge at Arsenal was about laying the foundations for just such a transformation. Working without expectations with a team laden with stars – not least four Dutch European Championship winners – but lacking direction, the Australian set about his task. Continue reading...
The former England defender has had to deal with rejection and said he would take an unpaid role. Now he is taking over at the Football League’s bottom clubBack in July 2017, I sat down with Sol Campbell at an Italian restaurant off the King’s Road. I had interviewed him at the same venue six years earlier and, having maintained a line of contact with the former Arsenal and England defender in the interim, our latest meeting was designed to be nothing more than an informal chat on a warm summer’s afternoon.It came as a surprise, then, when Campbell used the opportunity to open up on his desire to become a manager. Normally reserved and a little withdrawn, he spoke like a man at his wits’ end. He had standing, qualifications and coaching experience but simply could not nail down a job, and such was his desperation to do so he claimed he would be willing to work for free. “I’m up for that,” Campbell said. “I’m itching to start, I just need a chance, even just an interview in which I can say: ‘Take me for free and I’ll show you what I can do.’” Continue reading...
A cherry can’t grow without the pit. The drupe works because it uses the pit as instigation, a foundation to go forward from. The same is true for the way most of us engage with a coach. That basketball coach screaming from the sidelines? There’s no way the player can hear what he’s saying. That’s […]
Members of Forbes Coaches Council discuss the newest trends in employee onboarding.
'I still think there’s time for Jeff Sessions to do the right thing,' Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz says.