Balancing Family and Coaching

Balancing the Job You Love With the Family You Love   Coaches, have you ever paused for a moment or taken the time to reflect on the balance you’re keeping…

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Getting nervous vs. choking

Getting nervous vs. choking Choking may be the most talked-about, yet least substantive issue in sports. TV commentators and newspaper columnists, and of course talk show callers seem to love…

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Don’t hide

Don’t Hide For all the complaining that players are apt to do about not getting the ball enough, one of the biggest faults of most players is their failure to…

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#onepercentbetter • Videos 1 to 6

Here at PGC, we’ve designated January 2016 as the month of #onepercentbetter. All month we’ve been sharing a series of short videos to help you find ways to improve, even…

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Getting more playing time

Getting more playing time In 2002 I chose to transfer from my first college to the University of Alberta, a team I thought could win the National Championship. The U…

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Defending a stronger player

DEFENDING A STRONGER PLAYER   When you are guarding a stronger player, especially when he has the ball, how do you combat his pivots and his movement to the basket?…

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Trust the process

The simple, yet rarely executed, formula for winning   Process. Process. Process. You have probably heard it thrown around in the last several years when it comes to sports teams and…

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Hand position on defense

Position of Your Hands   Coaches always urge, “Hands up!” so their players will distract the offense and deflect passes, and players prefer to play with their hands at their…

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Get a sneak peek into a PGC session

Here’s your opportunity to get a sneak peak of what goes on during a PGC classroom session! Watch PGC’s Dena Evans explain the principle of precision—the P in SCHAPE—what she…

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