When sports at every level were indefinitely postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis, teams needed new ways to stay in the game. The good news? Many coaches already use technology to develop their teams from a distance. This is your guide to all the tips and tools you need to coach remotely.
Staying in touch is key even when you’re not face-to-face with your team.
Part of being a coach is rallying your players, and that doesn’t stop when the game is over.
Your athletes can improve even if they’re not reporting to team workouts or practice.
Now’s the perfect time to review your program as a whole.
Take advantage of broadcasting technology to help fans view your games and connect with your program beyond the field of play.
These steps will help you become a remote coaching pro.