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  • SubGenre:Coaching / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:52
  • eBook ISBN:9781667864532
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667864525

The Complete Coach

How to Develop Players Who Will Be Successful When They Leave Your Program!

by Ryan Wiggs

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The Complete Coach is a guide which helps coaches organize their programs in a way in which will develop well-rounded and successful teams and also individuals. The book is meant to transcend sports, and help coaches focus on what really matters- developing good human beings. Whether you are an aspiring coach, or a veteran who is looking for a little spark to add to your coaching style, this book is for you!
The purpose of The Complete Coach is to help coaches organize their programs in a way that helps them be more successful during the season, but will also develop high character individuals outside of athletics. The book is broken into 3 parts- Your Culture, The Meaningful Practice, and Competitions. All three parts offer ideas and suggestions about how to smoothly run your team and set them up for success in addition to ideas for positive character building. The hope is that you find one or two ideas that really resonate with you and you can begin implementing them in your program right away. Although this book is written here in 2022, I believe the ideas included will prove to be timeless. No matter what sport you coach, or what level you coach, if you want to improve your coaching style, this book is for you!
About the author
Ryan Wiggs has been head baseball coach at Belleville East High School in Belleville, IL since the fall of 2015. Prior to that, he served as a teacher and baseball coach in Delavan, IL for two school years. He loves the community he lives in, as he also graduated as a Lancer from Belleville East in 2006. Ryan loves reading and learning about ways to become a better leader for young adults. We all love to win on the field, court, or pitch, but Ryan believes his biggest successes come when players leave his program and become productive members of society. Ryan is married to his beautiful wife, Hailey. They have two children, Wyatt and Avery. Everyone in their family loves their playful dog...who is of course, named "Lancer."