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The psychology and effects of bad coaching

Original post made on May 14, 2010

A coach's ability to manage anger and frustration is the key to avoiding abusive coaching, along with redefining a longstanding coaching culture that condones drill-sergeant treatment of players, according to specialists in the field, locally and nationally.

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Posted by Tyler Hanley
digital editor of Palo Alto Online
on May 14, 2010 at 8:54 am

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