Author Archives: Lee Smith

How Coaching Courses Killed Coaching

By | May 16, 2018

Unscrambling the Egg: How Coaching Courses Killed Coaching. Recently I was asked to facilitate a workshop with the national coach development managers from many of the national sporting organisations in a particular nation. I asked them to bring their entry-level coach education resource or level-1 coaching courses manual to the workshop. At the commencement of […]

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Playing the Percentages in Attack

By | April 8, 2018

There are fundamentals in the playing of rugby that have to be played to in order to provide the basis of building a win or at least a result that is as good as the team can expect to achieve. These are the fundamentals of play that give the team a purpose for their play. […]

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Game Sense – V

By | January 10, 2018

Learning to sustain attention – to concentrate – is extremely important.  As mentioned previously, you may find that stilling the mind is helpful.  You can worry or think about other things later.  At this particular moment you must direct your attention to a specific task.  You can also repeat the number grid task described earlier […]

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