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Future Directions in Coaching Life Skills: Understanding High School Coaches' Views and Needs

@inproceedings{Gould2006FutureDI,
  title={Future Directions in Coaching Life Skills: Understanding High School Coaches' Views and Needs},
  author={Daniel Gould and Yong-chul Chung and North Carolina. and Paige Hall Smith and Jack White},
  year={2006}
}
This study was designed to examine the types of personal and social issues high school coaches need knowledge of and what they perceive their roles are in terms of developing player life skills. A survey of 154 varsity high school sport coaches representing seven sports was conducted. Results revealed that these coaches ranked psychological/social development and teaching physical skills/physical development as their most important objectives. Failure to take personal responsibility, lack of… 

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