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As the latest Super Rugby franchise rolls into town, the school and rugby club engagements begin with sporting role models being put in front of our youth athletes, selling them healthy messages. Many would say that this is their duty as role models; others might say this is a waste of valuable time and resources, particularly if it costs the club money. Personally I believe it can be effective, but only if it is part of an active role model program.
Performance is about moving the needle of capacity of the players you are coaching. It is about developing the skills of your players to progress and compete in the division or age category that are in and enjoy the experience. Sometimes as coaches we get stuck training for a performance outcome, forgetting what truly makes up that great performance.
All Board/Committee members are responsible for the financial accountability of the organisation. Not just the treasurer, who is the one responsible for managing the processes. Try these three simple steps (with sample documents) to improve your financial planning processes.
Growing up, we dream of being like our sporting heroes and even when we have grown up, we watch on with admiration and respect. But not many people have an understanding of what goes on behind the scenes to get athletes on the field week to week in season. Many would believe that elite athletes are pampered and lead a charmed life. My week long experience showed me that this couldn’t be further from the truth.
High performance is a term that is thrown around sport with a relentless drive towards achieving results. Many believe that this requires resources, the latest technology and supplements and fancy training equipment. Whilst this is true in elite sport, it is nothing without purpose. If you were to build the world’s best sports club, what would it look like? Where would you start in terms of building that club? I would start by building a talented team that had the attitude to match the values of the club.
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