Blogs and Websites

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The Science of Volleyball Blog

NCSA Athletic Recruiting Blog

Gold Medal Squared Blog

The Volleyball Coach Blog
Volleyball Recruiting, NCAA Rules, Important Facts, Trends and More

Changing the Game Project Blog

Outside the Lines Blog for Sports Admins, Coaches and Parents

NFHS Learning Center
Courses on Coaching, Sports Parenting, Sports Safety

Mental Toughness for Sports, Business and Life
Dr. Rob Bell, Sports Psychologist Author

High School Sports Stuff
Blog sharing ideas and philosophies on coaching high school athletes, as well as being an administrator for high school athletes and teams.

National Association for Youth Sports
A resource helping coaches, parents and administrators provide the best youth sports experiences for children.


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Recommended Reading

The Hinge  By Dr. Rob Bell
Have you ever noticed how the outcome of a competition depends upon one play or moment? The Importance of Mental Toughness is that it only takes one. The Hinge is the one moment, event, or person that makes all the difference. It connects who we are with who we become.

The Fulfilling Ride: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Athletes Have a Successful Sport Experience By Dr. Greg Dale
Parents play such an influential role in the experiences children have in sport. Whether you are the parent of a six-year-old who is just beginning to participate in organized sport or an eighteen-year-old varsity athlete, you will find this book insightful and helpful. The Fulfilling Ride encourages you to examine your current role as a sport parent and provides you with practical strategies you can use to maximize your effectiveness in this very important role.

Athletes Wanted  By Chris Krause
The ultimate resource for parents, athletes, coaches, and really anyone involved in the recruiting process.

Becoming A True Champion  By Kirk Mango
Inspiration & Sports Training Principles For Athletes

Leading with the Heart  By Mike Krzyzewski with Donald T. Phillips
Coach K's Successful Strategies for Basketball, Business, and Life

They Call Me Coach By John Wooden
The legendary coach talks about his life, his players, and his winning philosophies in this bestselling autobiography.

Coach Wooden's Pyramid of Success: Building Blocks For a Better Life  By John Wooden and Jay Carty
Based on John Wooden’s own method to victory, Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success reveals that success is built block by block, where each block is a crucial principle contributing to life-long achievement in every area of life.

Talent and the Secret Life of Teams  By Terry Pettit
A collection of writings on coaching, leadership, and team-building by one of the most successful coaches in NCAA history.

Successful Coaching 3rd Edition  By Rainer Martins
This book offers an in-depth introduction to the coaching profession and is specifically written for the high school and serious club coach.

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