What makes a coach good or bad? Is a coach that screams at his athletes and berates them to be forgiven if he achieves success on the field? Furthermore is a kind and supporting coach to be mocked if his team fails? What role does a coach serve in a child's life and how can that role be promoted in a natural manner? These questions often plague parents of student athletes and make it difficult for them to understand if their coach is doing a good job or failing.
In "Good Coach, Bad Coach," parents and athletes can learn more about the nature of coaching what it takes to make a good coach. This program is also effective for coaches who are just starting out or who are in a rut and need help getting out. It examines why some coaches can pull bad teams out of mediocrity and into success while others struggle to achieve success with a heavily talented team.
These points will be heightened by a focus on learning more about different coaching styles. For example, controlling, cooperative, and casual coaching styles will all be examined. Is a coach who controls every aspect of his athletes career more successful than one who takes a casual "let's have fun!" approach? It all depends on the personality and skills of the coach and their ability to inspire their students.
Humorous demonstrations highlighting good and bad coaching will be explored, including detailed and informative explanations of training sessions. Coaches who buy this DVD also receive access to a printable worksheet that will make the lessons learned in this DVD stand out.