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Three Dimensional Coaching

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Three Dimensional Coaching

“Capturing the heart of the Athleteâ€

OCTOBER 1, 2011- Saturday

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga!!

Featuring- CARL PERRY- 2000 Natl. Champion

MARK HULL- State Director, Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Being a 3-dimensional coach means that you are 1) fundamentally sound; 2) skilled at coaching the mind/motivation of the athlete and most importantly 3) focused on capturing and developing the heart of the player.

 

One significant justification for sports participation is that it builds character. This presumption has become one of the unquestioned truisms of sports. The results are in: The longer an athlete participates in competitive sports the less they make good moral decisions. We spend our time coaching tactics and technique, we also need a game plan to coach for character and significance. In our time together we will discuss philosophically, spiritually and very practically what can be done to seize the great opportunity to use the incredibly powerful position of “coach†to positively shape the total athlete.

Topics Addressed

• 3 Dimensional Coaching Pyramid

• Coaching the Heart for Character and Significance

• Transactional vs. Transformational Coaching

• Developing “Mindsight†by answering 4 Key Questions of Coaching

• Creating and directing difficult situations toward a positive outcome.

• Understanding the formula for change as it applies to coaching and programs.

 

About the presenter:

Mark Hull has spent the last 23 years working with coaches seeing first-hand the pressurized world of sports and the highs and lows of coaching. A former teacher and coach and a parent of three children who’ve come through the club, scholastic and collegiate programs, he’s seen the potential and pitfalls in all of it.

 

For the last six years he’s served as the “character coach†for the UW-Eau Claire football team, expanding that role to work with the UWEC women’s softball and soccer teams. Mark has also been a presenter for USA Wrestling’s Coaches School at the Olympic Training Centers in Colorado Springs and Lake Placid along with high school coaching staffs in Wisconsin.

 

 

Vocationally Mark serves as the State Director and WI Coaches Ministry Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

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Three Dimensional Coaching

“Capturing the heart of the Athleteâ€

OCTOBER 1, 2011- Saturday

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga!!

Featuring- CARL PERRY- 2000 Natl. Champion

MARK HULL- State Director, Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Being a 3-dimensional coach means that you are 1) fundamentally sound; 2) skilled at coaching the mind/motivation of the athlete and most importantly 3) focused on capturing and developing the heart of the player.

 

One significant justification for sports participation is that it builds character. This presumption has become one of the unquestioned truisms of sports. The results are in: The longer an athlete participates in competitive sports the less they make good moral decisions. We spend our time coaching tactics and technique, we also need a game plan to coach for character and significance. In our time together we will discuss philosophically, spiritually and very practically what can be done to seize the great opportunity to use the incredibly powerful position of “coach†to positively shape the total athlete.

Topics Addressed

• 3 Dimensional Coaching Pyramid

• Coaching the Heart for Character and Significance

• Transactional vs. Transformational Coaching

• Developing “Mindsight†by answering 4 Key Questions of Coaching

• Creating and directing difficult situations toward a positive outcome.

• Understanding the formula for change as it applies to coaching and programs.

 

About the presenter:

Mark Hull has spent the last 23 years working with coaches seeing first-hand the pressurized world of sports and the highs and lows of coaching. A former teacher and coach and a parent of three children who’ve come through the club, scholastic and collegiate programs, he’s seen the potential and pitfalls in all of it.

 

For the last six years he’s served as the “character coach†for the UW-Eau Claire football team, expanding that role to work with the UWEC women’s softball and soccer teams. Mark has also been a presenter for USA Wrestling’s Coaches School at the Olympic Training Centers in Colorado Springs and Lake Placid along with high school coaching staffs in Wisconsin.

 

 

Vocationally Mark serves as the State Director and WI Coaches Ministry Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

register online go to: wwww.chattanoogawrestlingcamps.com

Sorry but I don't hold with the "trueism",that sports build character.I am aligning myself with those who believe that the competitive nature of sports EXPOSES your true character.Jim Stowe "retired" serveral years before his passing as the second winningest coach in Tn. football history,but never stopped coaching his family,friends,or just some random passerby if the opportunity presented itself.One of his favorite quotes was "My job was not coaching football,it was molding men...men win football games".One of his favorite stories was about John Tucker,the only man to win more football games on the sidelines than himself.Tuckers senior laden Milan team one year was a juggernaut,and they ran the score up unmercifully on Coach Stowes young Lexington team.After using that loss(52-7,I think)to motivate his squad for a year,Coach had his shot at revenge...and played his bench.One of Stowes seniors asked him midway through the fourth quarter(up 28-14) after Milan had just scored "Coach,why wouldn't you let us beat 'em as bad as they beat us last year?",to which he replied "Do you not remember how that felt,I don't want to make those kids over there feel that way".After telling his story and pausing for a minute,he grinned and said "I think it hurt Tucker more for me to ease up on his team than to have beaten him by sixty,we both knew that I could have and I didnt have to embarass his kids.The sport of football did not "build" character in Lexingtons kids for 33 years,Jim Stowe used football as a tool to teach his kids that real men could show love for their teammates and compassion for others.Isn't that what "character" really is?

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