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Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: April 10, 2012

1. “Great coaching is like driving in the snow“. Brad Stoffers (@CoachEducation) from Athletic Coach Education provides a great analogy describing 5 ways in which coaching is similar to winter driving. This may seem like an unusual analogy but the … Continue reading

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Expert Advantage Recommended Reads: March 20, 2012

1. To kick off this week’s Expert Advantage Recommended Reads, this 5 minute clip is worth the watch. A great story proving that it doesn’t take state of the art facilities to achieve success. Thanks to Nick Levett (@nlevett) for … Continue reading

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Literature Review: The Path to Excellence – A comprehensive view of development of U.S. Olympians who competed from 1984 to 1998

Today’s Expert Advantage blog post is a guest post written by Young-Bin Cho. Young-Bin is a 3rd year student at the University of Guelph-Humber, Ontario, Canada, working towards a Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology. Young-Bin is currently completing a … Continue reading

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