A conversation with US Soccer education instructor and long-term coach with the U.S. Women's National team program Jeff Pill.
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Stop using the intervention list with Dr. Kapil Gupta (part 2)
43:14Josh speaks with Dr. Kapil Gupta to which they dive deeper into the coach, player relationship.
Performance coaching with Dr. Kapil Gupta
46:14If your not serious, genuinely serious, you shouldn't be performing.
Mario Despotovic asymmetrical buildup
1:07:22The former manager of Hajduk second-team discusses his philosophy, coaching, and using asymmetrical structures in the build-up. Enjoy
A theoretical discussion about objective and subjective coaching with James Smith and Dan Abrahams
2:04:12This was a discussion between James Smith, the thinker, and Dan Abrahams, sports psychologist, about whether coaches need to be more objective in their approach to coaching. Both objective and subjective or mostly subjective. The discussion was moderatored by Josh Faga. You be the judge.
Endure by Alex Hutchinson
1:10:03A conversation on how the brain affects the body during endurance training.
All things nutrition with James Morton, former performance coach Liverpool FC
33:37Josh and I speak with James Morton, who at the time was the head of performance at Liverpool FC.
1st conversation with Raymond Verheijen in 2015
34:47Josh and I speak with Raymond Verheijen for the first time in this conversation back in 2015. The influences Raymond has had over the years in our development as coaches are extraordinary. Enjoy this first conversation as we uncover what is football and the lens we were not looking through back in the day.
Original episode from 2015 with Jeff Pill
57:00A conversation with US Soccer education instructor and long-term coach with the U.S. Women's National team program Jeff Pill.
JKIP final episode with Raymond Verheijen
1:29:38This is the last and final episode of the Just Kickin It podcast. Josh and I would like to thank all the past guests for spending time to share, discuss, debate, and scrutinize all things coaching. The podcast has helped many individuals grow and become better coaches, along with us. It has been a wonderful journey. In this episode, Raymond talks about his online programs Coaching the competencies of your players Free will Understanding your players through a different lens.
What can a soccer coach learn from an FBI negotiator?
45:35Josh and I spoke with Christopher Voss, former FBI negotiator and co-author of the book, Never Split the Difference. If you work with athletes, clients, or even your own children you want to listen to this episode. How to get to a "That's Right" instead of yes. How to use techniques to allow individuals to stay in a state of flow. What to do with bad information. How you become smarter by listening. And a whole bunch more.